Evaluating the Performance of MIMO System

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R. H. SHAH
J. H. AWAN
K.U.R. KHOUMBATI
S. ABBASI
R. B. SYED
M. HAMMAD
U. SALAM

Abstract

The modeling of the system is an important and basic function, which compares, analyses the performance of the system. In this modern age, the modeling and stochastic processes are effective to test, validate the throughput, expected outcome, reliability, stability of the system, service, or application. In addition, the maintenance and redesigning of the above-mentioned features is not an easy task; it becomes costly and has a negative impact on business organizations as well for speech recognition, and anomaly detection. So, the organizations utilize more amounts on testing to validate their products and processes before moving them to market or providing alpha and beta versions to users/customers of their products or processes. Moreover, the authors have contributed in this paper by evaluating the performance of a dynamic system (MIMO System). Step Response, Settling Time, and Rise Time are set to be primary parameters to measure the performance of the system. The results of the experimental work have also been illustrated and discussed in the Experimental work section.

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