Multiple -Input Multiple-Output _MIMO_ Techniques and Their

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					                          Department of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering
                                            University of Moratuwa

                                      Training Program on
      Multiple -Input Multiple-Output (MIMO)
       Techniques and Their Applications
On 4th and 11th June 2011 or 5th and 12th June 2011 (9.00 AM—4.00 PM)
At The Department of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering, University of Moratuwa

           To support the Telecom Industry in Sri Lanka by upgrading the knowledge of its personnel in Multiple‐Input 
             Multiple‐Output (MIMO) wireless communications 
           To assist in making decisions on improving the quality of existing wireless communication systems and in the 
             design and planning of future wireless communication systems 

Target Group:
           Technical Managers and Engineers from the Telecommunication Industry.   
           Other Personnel with  strong Telecommunication Engineering Academic Background may also apply. 

Program Outline:
            Overview of Radio Propagation 
            MIMO Wireless Channel 
            Multiple Access Technologies 
            Spatial Multiplexing 
            Diversity Coding 
            Beamforming and Precoding 
            Coordinated and Distributed MIMO 
            Applications of MIMO techniques (HSPA, LTE, LTE Advanced, WiFi and WiMAX Systems) 

Resource Persons:
          Prof. Dileeka Dias 
          Eng. Kithsiri Samarasinghe 
          Dr. Chandika Wavegedara (Program Coordinator) 

Apply before : 20th May 2011
Fees : Rs. 12000 per person (Lunch and Refreshments provided)

Contact details
Mr. Dinuka Kudavithana    Tel: 011‐ 2650634       Ext: 3325      E‐mail: 
(The exact dates will be fixed based on the participants preference) 

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Description: MIMO (Multiple-Input Multiple-Out-put) system is a core technology used in 802.11n. IEEE 802.11n is the following 802.11b a g after the new wireless LAN technology, the speed up to 600Mbps. Meanwhile, the proprietary MIMO technology improves the performance of existing 802.11a/b/g networks. The technology was first used by Marconi in 1908's, which uses multiple antennas to suppress fading. According to the number of receive antennas at both ends, as opposed to ordinary SISO (Single-Input Single-Output) systems, MIMO can also include SIMO (Single-Input Multi-ple-Output) systems, and MISO (Multiple-Input Single-Output) systems.