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SISO

(Single Input Single Output) Pronounced "sy-so," it is the traditional one-antenna architecture for wireless devices. See MIMO.
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It shows that, with considering the circuit blocks energy consumption, DSTBC scheme can outperform SISO scheme in energy efficiency with long range transmission distance.
SISO mm-wave channel modelling and massive SIMO channel modelling procedures and results are given in Sections III and IV, respectively.
Figure 2 shows the four independent SISO control loops in this scenario.
A MIMO muffer is considered as several SISO muffers, and transfer matrix theory is used to characterize each.
Considering the interactions among control loops, we have decomposed the multivariable system into a set of SISO systems.
SISO aims to meet the needs of show organisers through networking and exchange of ideas and experiences.
In this paper, SISO Volterra series are presented in section 2 and section 2-1 illustrates the calculation method for kernels or factors of SISO Volterra series.
The next stages consist of iterative soft decoding process in which MAP decoder is applied along the columns for soft-input soft-output (SISO) decoding of RSCC and adaptive belief propagation (ABP) algorithm [17] for SISO decoding of RS codes along rows.
Let us now consider a SISO linear dynamic system with Multiple Degrees Of Freedom (MDOF), such as a vibrating mechanical structure stressed by a force F (applied at a fixed point along a fixed direction) and oscillating with vibration u (at a given inspection point and along a given direction).
CS8 supports Intra-band and Inter-band carrier aggregation, SISO, 2x2 MIMO, 4x2 MIMO for each carrier, cross-carrier scheduling, as well as, integrated independent fading and AWGN (added noise) for each component carrier.
MIMO technology offers some advantages over SISO (Single-Input-Single-Output) [5-9].