November 2019 doc.: IEEE 802.11-19/1934 Precoding performance using implicit channel estimation Date: 2019-11-08 Authors: Submission Slide 1 Sigurd Schelstraete, Quantenna November 2019 doc.: IEEE 802.11-19/1934 Introduction Current 802.11 sounding protocols are based on sounding followed by explicit sounding feedback These explicit protocols can potentially take up a lot
of airtime Implicit sounding [1, 2] has been suggested as a way to reduce sounding overhead Overhead of different schemes (implicit vs. explicit) was compared in  Submission Slide 2 Sigurd Schelstraete, Quantenna November 2019 doc.: IEEE 802.11-19/1934 Introduction An important question is how well implicit channel estimation (CE) performs when used with precoding This submission looks at precoding performance using either implicit or explicit channel estimates We use a combination of measured and simulation results
Submission Slide 3 Sigurd Schelstraete, Quantenna November 2019 doc.: IEEE 802.11-19/1934 Implicit channel estimation Channel estimate obtained for reverse channel Beamformer may request BFee to send NDP Or wait for an ad-hoc opportunity BFer estimates reverse channel from the NDP (or other packet) BFer adjusts reverse channel with calibration coefficients and uses it as an approximation of the forward channel Submission Slide 4
Sigurd Schelstraete, Quantenna November 2019 doc.: IEEE 802.11-19/1934 Experimental & simulation setup Channel measurements were taken in different environments Shield Box Office environment BFer: 4x4 AP BFee: 2x2 STA H matrix collected using NDP on both ends 2x4 APSTA channels 4x2 STAAP channels Submission Slide 5 Sigurd Schelstraete, Quantenna
November 2019 doc.: IEEE 802.11-19/1934 Experimental & simulation setup (2) Calibration was performed off-line on the measured (reverse) channels (MATLAB) Calibration coefficients were determined using MMSE criterion Precoding based on explicit DL channel was compared with precoding based on calibrated UL channel Using the measured channels in simulation Both BF and MU Submission Slide 6 Sigurd Schelstraete, Quantenna November 2019 doc.: IEEE 802.11-19/1934
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) Sigurd Schelstraete, Quantenna November 2019 doc.: IEEE 802.11-19/1934 Results for BF Three different scenarios are considered
Performance without BF Performance with BF using explicit channel information Performance with BF using calibrated implicit channel information Channel measurements were taken in shielded environment and in office environment As recorded by the Wi-Fi devices Measured and calibrated channels were used in MATLAB simulation to find performance Submission Slide 8 Sigurd Schelstraete, Quantenna November 2019 doc.: IEEE 802.11-19/1934 SU BF performance - shieldbox MCS 7, 2 SS Setup in shielded
environment Virtually no difference between Implicit CE with and explicit CE Submission Slide 9 Sigurd Schelstraete, Quantenna November 2019 doc.: IEEE 802.11-19/1934 SU BF performance over the air MCS 7, 2 SS
Measurements taken in office environment Minor degradation from implicit feedback Submission Slide 10 Sigurd Schelstraete, Quantenna November 2019 doc.: IEEE 802.11-19/1934 Calibration coefficients phase amplitude Submission
Slide 11 Sigurd Schelstraete, Quantenna November 2019 doc.: IEEE 802.11-19/1934 Results for MU Three different scenarios considered MU with 4-stream feedback MU with 8-stream feedback MU with implicit (calibrated) channel feedback AP is 8x8, STA is 2x2 Channels are simulated channel D with added impairments to model front-end Amplitude offset Random phase offsets Submission Slide 12
Sigurd Schelstraete, Quantenna November 2019 doc.: IEEE 802.11-19/1934 MU performance Simulated Channel D with various amplitude offsets Random phase offsets Major improvement relative to 4SS feedback
1 1.5 dB difference relative to 8SS feedback Submission Slide 13 Sigurd Schelstraete, Quantenna November 2019 doc.: IEEE 802.11-19/1934 Summary Presented results for precoding based on implicit channel estimation Simple calibration algorithm used More advanced algorithms could be considered SU performance Little to no degradation MU performance Major improvement over 4-stream feedback
Minor degradation relative to 8-stream feedback NOTE: impact of overhead not considered in assessing performance Submission Slide 14 Sigurd Schelstraete, Quantenna November 2019 doc.: IEEE 802.11-19/1934 Conclusion Implicit channel estimation with calibration is a good candidate method for reducing sounding overhead Submission Slide 15 Sigurd Schelstraete, Quantenna November 2019
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