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Summary of Paper The combination of MIMOs and OFDM has emerged as a promising solution for future high-rate wireless communication systems. Our discourse commenced with a historical review of the 40-year OFDM literature in Section II. More specifically, the milestones in the history of OFDM were presented in Section II-A, where the key events and contributions across several decades were summarized in Tables 2–4. Furthermore, in Section II-B1 an overview of the advances in MIMO techniques was provided, followed by the introduction of combined MIMO OFDM systems in Section II-B2, where the associated contributions found in the literature were outlined in Tables 5–7.
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[Article] Multiuser MIMO-OFDM for Next-Generation Wireless Systems-Proceedings of IEEE by Ming Jiang, Lajos Hanzo