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The performance of Multipleinput Multipleoutput
(MIMO) systems can be improved by employing a larger
number of antennas than actually used or selected subset of
antennas. Most of the existing antenna selection algorithms
assume perfect channel knowledge and optimize criteria such
as Shannon’s capacity on bit error rates. The proposed work
examines Antenna diversity and optimal/ sub optimal receive
strategy in antenna selection. The numerical results for BER,
Information capacity with SNR are obtained using mat lab
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