Long Term Evolution (LTE) is the latest standard proposed by the 3GPP towards 4G. This paper uses an accurate perform analysis of complete uplink LTE study. Multiple input multiple output (MIMO) techniques have gathered much attention in recent years as a way to improve drastically the performance of wireless mobile communications. Simulated Results compare different channel estimation techniques showing significant difference among them, such as Extended Pedestrian A, Extended Vehicular A, Extended typical urban , High Speed Train Condition(HSTC) are considered and the measurement data is compared for the Localized and Distributed SC-FDMA mapping methods. From the results, we find that Localized SC-FDMA outperforms Distributed SC-FDMA in terms of SNR and BER .
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