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2006 International Zurich Seminar on Communications
The tradeoff between the diversity and multiplexing gains that can be simultaneously achieved over a slowly fading multiple-antenna channel with partial transmit side information is characterized in a recursive manner. It is assumed that the information rate grows as the long-term average transmit power increases, but does not adapt to the channel state. Partial power control is shown to be instrumental in achieving the optimal tradeoff over such a system. Our results indicate that thedoi:10.1109/izs.2006.1649091 fatcat:p62jgtfkgzdohnissbpmfiv5n4