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1 TexPoint fonts used in EMF. Read the TexPoint manual before you delete this box.: AAAAAAAAAAAAAA Antonia Tulino Università degli Studi di Napoli Chautauqua Park, Boulder, Colorado, July 17, 2008 Workshop on Random Matrix Theory and Wireless Communications Bridging the Gaps: Free Probability and Channel Capacity

2 Linear Vector Channel N -dimensional output noise=AWGN+interference K -dimensional input (N  K) channel matrix Variety of communication problems by simply reinterpreting K, N, and H  Fading  Wideband  Multiuser  Multiantenna

3 Role of the Singular Values Mutual Information: Ergodic case: Non-Ergodic case:

4 Role of the Singular Values Minumum Mean-Square Error (MMSE) :

5 H-Model  Independent and Identically distributed entries  Separable Correlation Model  UIU-Model with independent arbitrary distrbuted entries  with which is uniformly distributed over the manifold of complex matrices such that

6 ISI Channels with Fading Fading channel Motivation:  fading and/or jamming (wireless)  cellular system with unreliable wired infrastructure  impulse noise (power lines and DSL)  faulty transducers (sensor networks)  Randomly spread multicarrier CDMA channel with fading

7 ISI Channels with Fading Fading channel

8 Flat Fading & Deterministic ISI: Gaussian Erasure Channels Random erasure mechanisms:  link congestion/failure (networks)  cellular system with unreliable wired infrastructure  impulse noise (DSL)  faulty transducers (sensor networks)

9 d-Fold Vandermonde Matrix i.i.d. with uniform distribution in [0, 1] d distribution in [0, 1] d,  Sensor networks  Multiantenna multiuser communications  Detection of distributed Targets

10 Flat Fading & Deterministic ISI: an i.i.d sequence

11 Formulation = asymptotically circulant matrix (stationary input (with PSD ) = asymptotically circulant matrix (stationary input (with PSD ) = asymptotically circulant matrix Grenander -Szego theorem Eigenvalues of 

12 Formulation = asymptotically circulant matrix (stationary input (with PSD ) = asymptotically circulant matrix (stationary input (with PSD ) = asymptotically circulant matrix Grenander -Szego theorem Eigenvalues of 

13 & |A i | =1 Deterministic ISI & |A i | =1 where is the waterfilling input power spectral density given by: the water level is chosen so that: the water level is chosen so that: Key Tool : Grenander-Szego theorem on the distribution of the eigenvalues of Key Tool : Grenander-Szego theorem on the distribution of the eigenvalues of large Toeplitz matrices large Toeplitz matrices

14   = asymptotically circulant matrix  A = random diagonal fading matrix Key Question : The distribution of the eigenvalues of a large-dimensional random matrix: & Flat Fading Deterministic ISI & Flat Fading

15 A i =e i ={0,1} Key Question : The distribution of the eigenvalues of a large-dimensional random matrix:   = asymptotically circulant matrix  E = random diagonal matrix

16 RANDOM MATRIX THEORY :  - & Shannon-Transform The  - and Shannon-transform of an nonnegative definite random matrix, with asymptotic ESD with X a nonnegative random variable whose distribution is while  is a nonnegative real number. with X a nonnegative random variable whose distribution is while  is a nonnegative real number. A. M. Tulino and S. Verdú “Random Matrices and Wireless Communications,” Foundations and Trends in Communications and Information Theory, vol. 1, no. 1, June 2004.

17 RANDOM MATRIX THEORY : Shannon-Transform  A be a nonnegative definite random matrix. Theorem: The Shannon transform and  -transforms are related through: where is defined by the fixed- point equation

18 Property of  is monotonically increasing with    which is the solution to the equation  is monotonically decreasing with y

19 Theorem:  -Transform Theorem: The  -transform of is where is the solution to:

20 Theorem: Shannon-Transform Theorem: The Shannon-transform of is where  and are the solutions to:

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22 Flat Fading & Deterministic ISI: Theorem: The mutual information is: Stationary Gaussian inputs with power spectral with

23 Flat Fading & Deterministic ISI: Theorem: The mutual information is: Stationary Gaussian inputs with power spectral with

24 Flat Fading & Deterministic ISI: Theorem: The mutual information is: Stationary Gaussian inputs with power spectral with

25 Special Case: No Fading  

26 Special Case: Memoryless Channels  

27 Special case: Gaussian Erasure Channels Theorem: The mutual information is: Stationary Gaussian inputs with power spectral with

28 Let Flat Fading & Deterministic ISI: Theorem: The mutual information is: with : Stationary Gaussian inputs with power spectral

29 Example n=200 n = 200 ─

30 Example n=1000 n = 1000 ─

31 RANDOM MATRIX THEORY : asymptotic ESD The empirical spectral distribution (ESD)of an Hermitian random matrix The empirical spectral distribution (ESD) of an Hermitian random matrix If converges almost surely as n  ,then the corresponding limit (asymptotic ESD) is denoted by

32 Key Ingredients: Theorem: Let: Let:  be a nonnegative random variable.  be uniformly distributed between [0,1] where is the solution to

33 Application to ISI Channel Let  be a nonnegative random variable  be uniformly distributed between [0,1]

34 RANDOM MATRIX THEORY : Shannon-Transform  A be a nonnegative definite random matrix. Theorem: The Shannon transform and  -transforms are related through: where is defined by the fixed- point equation

35 Property of  is monotonically increasing with    which is the solution to the equation  is monotonically decreasing with y

36 A. M. Tulino, A. Lozano and S. Verdú “Capacity-Achieving Input Covariance for Single-user Multi-Antenna Channels”, IEEE Trans. on Wireless Communications 2006 Theorem:  be an random matrix  such that Input Optimization with so that: i-th column of

37 Input Optimization Theorem: The capacity-achieving input power spectral density is: where and is chosen so that

38 Corollary: Effect of fading on the capacity-achieving input power spectral density = SNR penalty Input Optimization with regulates amount of water admitted  < 1 regulates amount of water admitted on each frequency tailoring the waterfilling for no-fading to fading channels for no-fading to fading channels. the fading-free water level for  the fading-free water level for  the waterfilling solution for  the waterfilling solution for 

39 Proof: Input Optimization:

40 Observations     !  0 with and denote the set of frequencies such that such that

41 Theorem:  -Transform Theorem: The  -transform of is where is the solution to:

42 Proof: Key Ingredient  We can replace  by it circulant asymptotic equivalent counterpart,  = F  F †  Let Q = EF, denote by q i the ith column of Q, and let

43 Proof: Matrix inversion lemma:

44 Proof:

45 Lemma:

46 Theorem: Shannon-Transform Theorem: The Shannon-transform of is where  and are the solutions to:

47 Asymptotics   Low-power (  )   High-power (  )

48 Asymptotics: Low-SNR At low SNR we can closely approximate it linearly  need and S 0 1 st order approx. to C(E b /N 0 ) captures 2 nd order behavior of C(SNR) notes :

49 Asymptotics: Low-SNR The minimum energy per bit and wideband slope of the spectral efficiency of a channel with Fading & deterministic ISI are equal to: The minimum energy per bit and wideband slope S 0 of the spectral efficiency of a channel with Fading & deterministic ISI are equal to: where Theorem:

50 Asymptotics: High-SNR At large SNR we can closely approximate it linearly  need and S 0where High-SNR slope High-SNR dB offset

51 Let, and the generalized bandwidth, and the generalized bandwidth, Asymptotics: High-SNR Theorem:

52 Asymptotics   Sporadic Erasure ( e ! 0 )   Sporadic Non-Erasure ( e ! 1 )

53 Theorem: For sporadic erasures: For sporadic erasures: Asymptotics: Sporadic Erasures ( e  0 ) For any output power spectral density and Theorem: where is the water level of the PSD that achieves Memoryless noisy erasure channel High SNR Low SNR

54 Asymptotics: Sporadic Non-Erasures ( e  1 ) Theorem:Theorem: Optimizingover with Optimizing over with with the maximum channel gain

55 Theorem: The mutual information rate is lower bounded by: Bounds: Equality S(f) =1

56 Theorem: The mutual information rate is upper bounded by: Bounds:

57 d-Fold Vandermonde Matrix Diagonal matrix (either random or deterministic) with supported compact measure Diagonal matrix (either random or deterministic) with supported compact measure

58 Theorem: The  -transform of is The Shannon-Transformr is d-Fold Vandermonde Matrix

59 Theorem: The p-moment of is: d-Fold Vandermonde Matrix

60 Summary Summary  Asymptotic distribution of A S A ---new result at the intersection of the asymptotic eigenvalue distribution of Toeplitz matrices and of random matrices ---  The mutual information of a Channel with ISI and Fading.  Optimality of waterfilling in the presence of fading known at the receiver.  Easily computable asymptotic expressions in various regimes (low and high SNR)  New result for d-fold Vandermond matrices and on their product with diagonal matrices


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