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mmWave Massive MIMO

mmWave Massive MIMO Book
Author : Shahid Mumtaz,Jonathan Rodriguez,Linglong Dai
Publisher : Academic Press
Release : 2016-12-02
ISBN : 0128044780
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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mmWave Massive MIMO: A Paradigm for 5G is the first book of its kind to hinge together related discussions on mmWave and Massive MIMO under the umbrella of 5G networks. New networking scenarios are identified, along with fundamental design requirements for mmWave Massive MIMO networks from an architectural and practical perspective. Working towards final deployment, this book updates the research community on the current mmWave Massive MIMO roadmap, taking into account the future emerging technologies emanating from 3GPP/IEEE. The book's editors draw on their vast experience in international research on the forefront of the mmWave Massive MIMO research arena and standardization. This book aims to talk openly about the topic, and will serve as a useful reference not only for postgraduates students to learn more on this evolving field, but also as inspiration for mobile communication researchers who want to make further innovative strides in the field to mark their legacy in the 5G arena. Contains tutorials on the basics of mmWave and Massive MIMO Identifies new 5G networking scenarios, along with design requirements from an architectural and practical perspective Details the latest updates on the evolution of the mmWave Massive MIMO roadmap, considering future emerging technologies emanating from 3GPP/IEEE Includes contributions from leading experts in the field in modeling and prototype design for mmWave Massive MIMO design Presents an ideal reference that not only helps postgraduate students learn more in this evolving field, but also inspires mobile communication researchers towards further innovation

mmWave Massive MIMO Vehicular Communications

mmWave Massive MIMO Vehicular Communications Book
Author : Xiang Cheng,Shijian Gao,Liuqing Yang
Publisher : Springer Nature
Release : 2022-10-08
ISBN : 3030975088
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This book proposes promising mmWave solutions to promoting safe and reliable vehicular communications. The authors include topics such as channel estimation, multi-user transceiver design, and advanced index modulation. For channel estimation, unique channel properties and hybrid structures are first introduced, followed by the development of a doubly-sparse doubly-selective channel estimator. For multi-user transceiver design, the concept of hybrid block diagonalization (HBD) is first introduced, followed by a generic HBD-based transceiver design to maximize the system capacity. For advanced index modulation, the generalized beamspace modulation for uplink multi-user scenarios are first introduced, followed by the precoded beamspace modulation for the downlink. Finally, this book discusses open problems and future research directions to inspire further studies in the field of mmWave vehicular communications.

Massive MIMO Systems

Massive MIMO Systems Book
Author : Kazuki Maruta,Francisco Falcone
Publisher : MDPI
Release : 2020-07-03
ISBN : 3039360167
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Multiple-input, multiple-output (MIMO), which transmits multiple data streams via multiple antenna elements, is one of the most attractive technologies in the wireless communication field. Its extension, called ‘massive MIMO’ or ‘large-scale MIMO’, in which base station has over one hundred of the antenna elements, is now seen as a promising candidate to realize 5G and beyond, as well as 6G mobile communications. It has been the first decade since its fundamental concept emerged. This Special Issue consists of 19 papers and each of them focuses on a popular topic related to massive MIMO systems, e.g. analog/digital hybrid signal processing, antenna fabrication, and machine learning incorporation. These achievements could boost its realization and deepen the academic and industrial knowledge of this field.

Massive MIMO

Massive MIMO Book
Author : Hien Quoc Ngo
Publisher : Linköping University Electronic Press
Release : 2015-01-16
ISBN : 9175191474
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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The last ten years have seen a massive growth in the number of connected wireless devices. Billions of devices are connected and managed by wireless networks. At the same time, each device needs a high throughput to support applications such as voice, real-time video, movies, and games. Demands for wireless throughput and the number of wireless devices will always increase. In addition, there is a growing concern about energy consumption of wireless communication systems. Thus, future wireless systems have to satisfy three main requirements: i) having a high throughput; ii) simultaneously serving many users; and iii) having less energy consumption. Massive multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) technology, where a base station (BS) equipped with very large number of antennas (collocated or distributed) serves many users in the same time-frequency resource, can meet the above requirements, and hence, it is a promising candidate technology for next generations of wireless systems. With massive antenna arrays at the BS, for most propagation environments, the channels become favorable, i.e., the channel vectors between the users and the BS are (nearly) pairwisely orthogonal, and hence, linear processing is nearly optimal. A huge throughput and energy efficiency can be achieved due to the multiplexing gain and the array gain. In particular, with a simple power control scheme, Massive MIMO can offer uniformly good service for all users. In this dissertation, we focus on the performance of Massive MIMO. The dissertation consists of two main parts: fundamentals and system designs of Massive MIMO. In the first part, we focus on fundamental limits of the system performance under practical constraints such as low complexity processing, limited length of each coherence interval, intercell interference, and finite-dimensional channels. We first study the potential for power savings of the Massive MIMO uplink with maximum-ratio combining (MRC), zero-forcing, and minimum mean-square error receivers, under perfect and imperfect channels. The energy and spectral efficiency tradeoff is investigated. Secondly, we consider a physical channel model where the angular domain is divided into a finite number of distinct directions. A lower bound on the capacity is derived, and the effect of pilot contamination in this finite-dimensional channel model is analyzed. Finally, some aspects of favorable propagation in Massive MIMO under Rayleigh fading and line-of-sight (LoS) channels are investigated. We show that both Rayleigh fading and LoS environments offer favorable propagation. In the second part, based on the fundamental analysis in the first part, we propose some system designs for Massive MIMO. The acquisition of channel state information (CSI) is very importantin Massive MIMO. Typically, the channels are estimated at the BS through uplink training. Owing to the limited length of the coherence interval, the system performance is limited by pilot contamination. To reduce the pilot contamination effect, we propose an eigenvalue-decomposition-based scheme to estimate the channel directly from the received data. The proposed scheme results in better performance compared with the conventional training schemes due to the reduced pilot contamination. Another important issue of CSI acquisition in Massive MIMO is how to acquire CSI at the users. To address this issue, we propose two channel estimation schemes at the users: i) a downlink "beamforming training" scheme, and ii) a method for blind estimation of the effective downlink channel gains. In both schemes, the channel estimation overhead is independent of the number of BS antennas. We also derive the optimal pilot and data powers as well as the training duration allocation to maximize the sum spectral efficiency of the Massive MIMO uplink with MRC receivers, for a given total energy budget spent in a coherence interval. Finally, applications of Massive MIMO in relay channels are proposed and analyzed. Specifically, we consider multipair relaying systems where many sources simultaneously communicate with many destinations in the same time-frequency resource with the help of a massive MIMO relay. A massive MIMO relay is equipped with many collocated or distributed antennas. We consider different duplexing modes (full-duplex and half-duplex) and different relaying protocols (amplify-and-forward, decode-and-forward, two-way relaying, and one-way relaying) at the relay. The potential benefits of massive MIMO technology in these relaying systems are explored in terms of spectral efficiency and power efficiency.

Wireless Information and Power Transfer

Wireless Information and Power Transfer Book
Author : Derrick Wing Kwan Ng,Trung Q. Duong,Caijun Zhong,Robert Schober
Publisher : Wiley-IEEE Press
Release : 2019-01-04
ISBN : 1119476798
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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em style="mso-bidi-font-style: normal;"Wireless Information and Power Transfer offers an authoritative and comprehensive guide to the theory, models, techniques, implementation and application of wireless information and power transfer (WIPT) in energy-constrained wireless communication networks. With contributions from an international panel of experts, this important resource covers the various aspects of WIPT systems such as, system modeling, physical layer techniques, resource allocation and performance analysis. The contributors also explore targeted research problems typically encountered when designing WIPT systems.

Analysis of Millimeter Wave and Massive MIMO Cellular Networks

Analysis of Millimeter Wave and Massive MIMO Cellular Networks Book
Author : Tianyang Bai
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2016
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Millimeter wave (mmWave) communication and massive multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) are promising techniques to increase system capacity in 5G cellular networks. The prior frameworks for conventional cellular systems do not directly apply to analyze mmWave or massive MIMO networks, as (i) mmWave cellular networks differ in the different propagation conditions and hardware constraints; and (ii) with a order of magnitude more antennas than conventional multi-user MIMO systems, massive MIMO systems will be operated in time-division duplex (TDD) mode, which renders pilot contamination a primary limiting factor. In this dissertation, I develop stochastic geometry frameworks to analyze the system-level performance of mmWave, sub-6 GHz massive MIMO, and mmWave massive MIMO cellular networks. The proposed models capture the key features of each technique, and allow for tractable signal-to-interference-plus-noise ratio (SINR) and rate analyses. In the first contribution, I develop an mmWave cellular network model that incorporates the blockage effect and directional beamforming, and analyze the SINR and rate distributions as functions of the base station density, blockage parameters, and antenna geometry. The analytical results demonstrate that with a sufficiently dense base station deployment, mmWave cellular networks are capable to achieve comparable SINR coverage and much higher rates than conventional networks. In my second contribution, I analyze the uplink SINR and rate in sub-6 GHz massive MIMO networks with the incorporation of pilot contamination and fractional power control. Based on the analysis, I show scaling laws between the number of antennas and scheduled users per cell that maintain the uplink signal-to-interference ratio (SIR) distributions are different for maximum ratio combining (MRC) and zero-forcing (ZF) receivers. In my third contribution, I extend the sub-6 GHz massive MIMO model to mmWave frequencies, by incorporating key mmWave features. I leverage the proposed model to investigate the asymptotic SINR performance, when the number of antennas goes to infinity. Numerical results show that mmWave massive MIMO outperforms its sub-6 GHz counterpart in cell throughput with a dense base station deployment, while the reverse can be true with a low base station density.

Hybrid Analog digital Signal Processing for MmWave Massive MIMO Communications

Hybrid Analog digital Signal Processing for MmWave Massive MIMO Communications Book
Author : Alireza Morsali
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2021
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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"Massive multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) and millimeter-wave (mmWave) communications are established as key technologies for fifth generation (5G) and beyond (5G\&B) networks. However, the practical implementation of mmWave massive-MIMO systems remains challenging. Conventional MIMO systems are implemented using the fully-digital (FD) architecture, in which signal processing is performed in the digital domain by means of dedicated processors and/or digital circuitry. At the transmitter, the digital baseband output signals are then converted to analog signals for transmission, which requires a dedicated radio frequency (RF) chain per antenna element. For the large-scale antenna arrays envisaged for massive-MIMO systems, however, the FD architecture is impractical due to the huge power consumption and production costs.One the most effective solutions to this problem is hybrid analog/digital (A/D) beamforming (HBF). In this approach, an additional signal processing layer in the analog domain, referred to as analog beamformer, is added between the RF chains and the antenna elements. In effect, by properly designing the analog beamformer, it becomes possible to reduce the number of RF chains while achieving a performance comparable to the FD architecture.There are three parts to this thesis all of which have a common goal, which is to achieve the performance of FD systems with HBF. In the first part, we consider HBF at the transmitter side and study the minimum number of required RF chains for realizing a given FD~precoder with the \hp~architecture. We further investigate HBF designs based on the single RF chain architecture for mmWave massive-MIMO systems. We present three novel beamformer designs which achieve the performance of FD precoding systems. Finally, we extend these results to MIMO-OFDM systems.The second part studies HBF at the receiver. Particularly, we propose a novel hybrid structure for realizing a given FD combiner with the minimum number of required RF chains.We then focus on a more practical scenario where phase-shifters can realize a finite number of phase angles. Accordingly, we propose a modified hybrid structure by introducing an additional degree of freedom, i.e., phase-offset between the finite-resolution phase-shifts and optimize this parameter via close approximations. Robust hybrid combiners are then studied for the case of imperfect channel knowledge at the receiver.In the final part of this thesis, we explore the hybrid A/D structure as a general framework for signal processing in massive and ultra-massive-MIMO systems. To exploit the full potential of the analog domain, we first focus on the analog signal processing (ASP) network. We investigate a mathematical representation suitable for any arbitrarily connected feed-forward ASP network comprised of the common RF hardware elements in the context of hybrid A/D systems, i.e., phase-shifter and power-divider/combiner. A novel ASP structure is then proposed which is not bound to the unit modulus constraint, thereby facilitating the hybrid A/D systems design. We then study MIMO transmitter and receiver designs to exploit the full potential of digital processing as well.An optimization model based on the proposed structure is presented that can be used for hybrid A/D system design. Finally, precoding and combining designs under different conditions are discussed as examples"--

Mmwave Massive Mimo

Mmwave Massive Mimo Book
Author : Shahid Mumtaz,Linglong Dai,Jonathan Rodriguez
Publisher : Academic Press
Release : 2016-11-01
ISBN : 9780128044186
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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"mmWave Massive MIMO: A Paradigm for 5G" is the first book of its kind to hinge together related discussions on mmWave and Massive MIMO under the umbrella of 5G networks. New networking scenarios are identified, along with fundamental design requirements for mmWave Massive MIMO networks from an architectural and practical perspective. Working towards final deployment, this book updates the research community on the current mmWave Massive MIMO roadmap, taking into account the future emerging technologies emanating from 3GPP/IEEE. The book's editors draw on their vast experience in international research on the forefront of the mmWave Massive MIMO research arena and standardization. This book aims to talk openly about the topic, and will serve as a useful reference not only for postgraduates students to learn more on this evolving field, but also as inspiration for mobile communication researchers who want to make further innovative strides in the field to mark their legacy in the 5G arena. Contains tutorials on the basics of mmWave and Massive MIMOIdentifies new 5G networking scenarios, along with design requirements from an architectural and practical perspectiveDetails the latest updates on the evolution of the mmWave Massive MIMO roadmap, considering future emerging technologies emanating from 3GPP/IEEEIncludes contributions from leading experts in the field in modeling and prototype design for mmWave Massive MIMO designPresents an ideal reference that not only helps postgraduate students learn more in this evolving field, but also inspires mobile communication researchers towards further innovation

Millimeter Wave and Massive MIMO Communications for Next generation Wireless Systems

Millimeter Wave and Massive MIMO Communications for Next generation Wireless Systems Book
Author : Ahmed Abulkareem Nageeb Youssef Alkhateeb
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2016
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) communication is expected to play a central role in future wireless systems through the deployment of a large number of antennas at the transmitters and receivers. In low-frequency systems, massive MIMO offers high multiplexing gains that boost system spectral efficiency. In millimeter wave (mmWave) systems, the deployment of large antenna arrays at both the base station and mobile users is necessary to guarantee sufficient received signal power. Realizing these systems in practice, however, requires addressing several key challenges: (i) fully-digital solutions are costly and power hungry, (ii) channel training and estimation process has high overhead, and (iii) precoders design optimization problems are non-trivial. In this dissertation, precoding and channel estimation strategies that address these challenges are proposed for both mmWave and massive MIMO systems. The proposed solutions adopt hybrid analog/digital architectures that divide precoding/combining processing between RF and baseband domains and lead to savings in cost and power consumption. Further, the developed techniques leverage the structure and characteristics of mmWave and massive MIMO channels to reduce the training overhead and precoders design complexity. The main contributions of this dissertation are (i) developing a channel estimation solution for hybrid architecture based mmWave systems, exploiting the sparse nature of the mmWave channels, (ii) designing hybrid precoding algorithm for multi-user mmWave and massive MIMO systems, (iii) proposing a multi-layer precoding framework for massive MIMO cellular systems, and (iv) developing hybrid precoding and codebook solutions for frequency selective mmWave systems. Mathematical analysis as well as numerical simulations illustrate the promising performance of the proposed solutions, marking them as enabling technologies for mmWave and massive MIMO systems.

Web Artificial Intelligence and Network Applications

Web  Artificial Intelligence and Network Applications Book
Author : Leonard Barolli,Flora Amato,Francesco Moscato,Tomoya Enokido,Makoto Takizawa
Publisher : Springer Nature
Release : 2020-03-30
ISBN : 3030440389
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This proceedings book presents the latest research findings, and theoretical and practical perspectives on innovative methods and development techniques related to the emerging areas of Web computing, intelligent systems and Internet computing. The Web has become an important source of information, and techniques and methodologies that extract quality information are of paramount importance for many Web and Internet applications. Data mining and knowledge discovery play a key role in many of today’s major Web applications, such as e-commerce and computer security. Moreover, Web services provide a new platform for enabling service-oriented systems. The emergence of large-scale distributed computing paradigms, such as cloud computing and mobile computing systems, has opened many opportunities for collaboration services, which are at the core of any information system. Artificial intelligence (AI) is an area of computer science that builds intelligent systems and algorithms that work and react like humans. AI techniques and computational intelligence are powerful tools for learning, adaptation, reasoning and planning, and they have the potential to become enabling technologies for future intelligent networks. Research in the field of intelligent systems, robotics, neuroscience, artificial intelligence and cognitive sciences is vital for the future development and innovation of Web and Internet applications.

Novel Millimetre Wave Antennas for MIMO and 5G Applications

Novel Millimetre Wave Antennas for MIMO and 5G Applications Book
Author : Shiban Kishen Koul,Zamir Wani
Publisher : Springer Nature
Release : 2021-11-30
ISBN : 9811672784
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This book presents state-of-the-art millimetre wave antennas for next generation 5G communications. The propagation losses associated with the millimetre waves and the signal blockage due to the objects present between transmitter and receiver require novel antenna topologies to address these issues. Various aspects of antenna design related to millimetre wave 5G communication including 28-GHz channel characteristics, mmWave antenna requirements, antenna design strategies for 28 GHz, MIMO/multibeam antennas, and mmWave lens antennas are highlighted. Apart from the general antenna requirements and study related to the 28 GHz frequency band, various new metamaterial-based antennas employing uniaxial or biaxial anisotropic media that enhance the antenna radiation performance are covered in detail. In addition, various new antenna systems such as wide-scan antenna arrays, dual-polarized antennas, and dual-beam/multibeam antennas are covered in this book. The book concludes with the glimpses of the millimetre wave lens antennas and the design of very thin planar metamaterial lens for 5G massive MIMO applications.

Cell Free Massive MIMO

Cell Free Massive MIMO Book
Author : Giovanni Interdonato
Publisher : Linköping University Electronic Press
Release : 2020-09-09
ISBN : 9179298087
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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The fifth generation of mobile communication systems (5G) is nowadays a reality. 5G networks are been deployed all over the world, and the first 5G-capable devices (e.g., smartphones, tablets, wearable, etc.) are already commercially available. 5G systems provide unprecedented levels of connectivity and quality of service (QoS) to cope with the incessant growth in the number of connected devices and the huge increase in data-rate demand. Massive MIMO (multiple-input multiple-output) technology plays a key role in 5G systems. The underlying principle of this technology is the use of a large number of co-located antennas at the base station, which coherently transmit/receive signals to/from multiple users. This signal co-processing at multiple antennas leads to manifold benefits: array gain, spatial diversity and spatial user multiplexing. These elements enable to meet the QoS requirements established for the 5G systems. The major bottleneck of massive MIMO systems as well as of any cellular network is the inter-cell interference, which affects significantly the cell-edge users, whose performance is already degraded by the path attenuation. To overcome these limitations and provide uniformly excellent service to all the users we need a more radical approach: we need to challenge the cellular paradigm. In this regard, cell-free massive MIMO constitutes the paradigm shift. In the cell-free paradigm, it is not the base station surrounded by the users, but rather it is each user being surrounded by smaller, simpler, serving base stations referred to as access points (APs). In such a system, each user experiences being in the cell-center, and it does not experience any cell boundaries. Hence, the terminology cell-free. As a result, users are not affected by inter-cell interference, and the path attenuation is significantly reduced due to the presence of many APs in their proximity. This leads to impressive performance. Although appealing from the performance viewpoint, the designing and implementation of such a distributed massive MIMO system is a challenging task, and it is the object of this thesis. More specifically, in this thesis we study: Paper A) The large potential of this promising technology in realistic indoor/outdoor scenarios while also addressing practical deployment issues, such as clock synchronization among APs, and cost-efficient implementations. We provide an extensive description of a cell-free massive MIMO system, emphasizing strengths and weaknesses, and pointing out differences and similarities with existing distributed multiple antenna systems, such as Coordinated MultiPoint (CoMP). Paper B) How to preserve the scalability of the system, by proposing a solution related to data processing, network topology and power control. We consider a realistic scenario where multiple central processing units serve disjoint subsets of APs, and compare the spectral efficiency provided by the proposed scalable framework with the canonical cell-free massive MIMO and CoMP. Paper C) How to improve the spectral efficiency (SE) in the downlink (DL), by devising two distributed precoding schemes, referred to as local partial zero-forcing (ZF) and local protective partial ZF, that provide an adaptable trade-off between interference cancelation and boosting of the desired signal, with no additional front-haul overhead, and that are implementable by APs with very few antennas. We derive closed-form expressions for the achievable SE under the assumption of independent Rayleigh fading channel, channel estimation error and pilot contamination. These closed-form expressions are then used to devise optimal max-min fairness power control. Paper D) How to further improve the SE by letting the user estimate the DL channel from DL pilots, instead of relying solely on the knowledge of the channel statistics. We derive an approximate closed-form expression of the DL SE for conjugate beamforming (CB), and assuming independent Rayleigh fading. This expression accounts for beamformed DL pilots, estimation errors and pilot contamination at both the AP and the user side. We devise a sequential convex approximation algorithm to globally solve the max-min fairness power control optimization problem, and a greedy algorithm for uplink (UL) and DL pilot assignment. The latter consists in jointly selecting the UL and DL pilot pair, for each user, that maximizes the smallest SE in the network. Paper E) A precoding scheme that is more suitable when only the channel statistics are available at the users, referred to as enhanced normalized CB. It consists in normalizing the precoding vector by its squared norm in order to reduce the fluctuations of the effective channel seen at the user, and thereby to boost the channel hardening. The performance achieved by this scheme is compared with the CB scheme with DL training (described in Paper D). Paper F) A maximum-likelihood-based method to estimate the channel statistics in the UL, along with an accompanying pilot transmission scheme, that is particularly useful in line-of-sight operation and in scenarios with resource constraints. Pilots are structurally phase-rotated over different coherence blocks to create an effective statistical distribution of the received pilot signal that can be efficiently exploited by the AP when performing the proposed estimation method. The overall conclusion is that cell-free massive MIMO is not a utopia, and a practical, distributed, scalable, high-performance system can be implemented. Today it represents a hot research topic, but tomorrow it might represent a key enabler for beyond-5G technology, as massive MIMO has been for 5G. La quinta generazione dei sistemi radiomobili cellulari (5G) è oggi una realtà. Le reti 5G si stanno diffondendo in tutto il mondo e i dispositivi 5G (ad esempio smartphones, tablets, indossabili, ecc.) sono già disponibili sul mercato. I sistemi 5G garantiscono livelli di connettività e di qualità di servizio senza precedenti, per fronteggiare l’incessante crescita del numero di dispositivi connessi alla rete e della domanda di dati ad alta velocità. La tecnologia Massive MIMO (multiple-input multiple-output) riveste un ruolo fondamentale nei sistemi 5G. Il principio alla base di questa tecnologia è l’impiego di un elevato numero di antenne collocate nella base station (stazione radio base) le quali trasmettono/ricevono segnali, in maniere coerente, a/da più terminali utente. Questo co-processamento del segnale da parte di più antenne apporta molteplici benefici: guadagno di array, diversità spaziale e multiplazione degli utenti nel dominio spaziale. Questi elementi

Foundations of User Centric Cell Free Massive MIMO

Foundations of User Centric Cell Free Massive MIMO Book
Author : Özlem Tugfe Demir,Emil Björnson,Luca Sanguinetti
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2021-01-25
ISBN : 9781680837902
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Modern day cellular mobile networks use Massive MIMO technology to extend range and service multiple devices within a cell. This has brought tremendous improvements in the high peak data rates that can be handled. Nevertheless, one of the characteristics of this technology is large variations in the quality of service dependent on where the end user is located in any given cell. This becomes increasingly problematic when we are creating a society where wireless access is supposed to be ubiquitous. When payments, navigation, entertainment, and control of autonomous vehicles are all relying on wireless connectivity the primary goal for future mobile networks should not be to increase the peak rates, but the rates that can be guaranteed to the vast majority of the locations in the geographical coverage area. The cellular network architecture was not designed for high-rate data services but for low-rate voice services, thus it is time to look beyond the cellular paradigm and make a clean-slate network design that can reach the performance requirements of the future. This monograph considers the cell-free network architecture that is designed to reach the aforementioned goal of uniformly high data rates everywhere. The authors introduce the concept of a cell-free network before laying out the foundations of what is required to design and build such a network. They cover the foundations of channel estimation, signal processing, pilot assignment, dynamic cooperation cluster formation, power optimization, fronthaul signaling, and spectral efficiency evaluation in uplink and downlink under different degrees of cooperation among the access points and arbitrary linear combining and precoding. This monograph provides the reader with all the fundamental information required to design and build the next generation mobile networks without being hindered by the inherent restrictions of modern cellular-based technology.

Fundamentals of Massive MIMO

Fundamentals of Massive MIMO Book
Author : Thomas L. Marzetta
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
Release : 2016-11-17
ISBN : 1107175577
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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The first complete guide to the physical and engineering principles of Massive MIMO, written by the pioneers of the concept.

2020 54th Asilomar Conference on Signals Systems and Computers

2020 54th Asilomar Conference on Signals  Systems  and Computers Book
Author : IEEE Staff
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2020-11
ISBN : 9781665447072
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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The Asilomar Conference provides an informal venue for technical exchange in the areas of signal processing, communication, system theory, biomedical signal processing, array processing, and computer architecture and arithmetic

Key Technologies for 5G Wireless Systems

Key Technologies for 5G Wireless Systems Book
Author : Vincent W. S. Wong,Robert Schober,Derrick Wing Kwan Ng,Li-Chun Wang
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
Release : 2017-03-02
ISBN : 1107172411
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Get up to speed with the protocols, network architectures and techniques for 5G wireless networks with this comprehensive guide.

5G and Beyond

5G and Beyond Book
Author : Xingqin Lin,Namyoon Lee
Publisher : Springer Nature
Release : 2021-03-25
ISBN : 3030581977
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This book provides an accessible and comprehensive tutorial on the key enabling technologies for 5G and beyond, covering both the fundamentals and the state-of-the-art 5G standards. The book begins with a historical overview of the evolution of cellular technologies and addresses the questions on why 5G and what is 5G. Following this, six tutorial chapters describe the fundamental technology components for 5G and beyond. These include modern advancements in channel coding, multiple access, massive multiple-input and multiple-output (MIMO), network densification, unmanned aerial vehicle enabled cellular networks, and 6G wireless systems. The second part of this book consists of five chapters that introduce the basics of 5G New Radio (NR) standards developed by 3GPP. These include 5G architecture, protocols, and physical layer aspects. The third part of this book provides an overview of the key 5G NR evolution directions. These directions include ultra-reliable low-latency communication (URLLC) enhancements, operation in unlicensed spectrum, positioning, integrated access and backhaul, air-to-ground communication, and non-terrestrial networks with satellite communication.

Millimeter Wave mmWave Communications

Millimeter Wave  mmWave  Communications Book
Author : Manuel García Sanchez
Publisher : MDPI
Release : 2020-03-25
ISBN : 3039284304
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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The millimeter-wave frequency band (30–300 GHz) is considered a potential candidate to host very high data rate communications. First used for high capacity radio links and then for broadband indoor wireless networks, the interest in this frequency band has increased as it is proposed to accommodate future 5G mobile communication systems. The large bandwidth available will enable a number of new uses for 5G. In addition, due to the large propagation attenuation, this frequency band may provide some additional advantages regarding frequency reuse and communication security. However, a number of issues have to be addressed to make mm-wave communications viable. This book collects a number of contributions that present solutions to these challenges.

6G Wireless Communications and Mobile Networking

6G Wireless Communications and Mobile Networking Book
Author : Xianzhong Xie,Bo Rong,Michel Kadoch
Publisher : Bentham Science Publishers
Release : 2021-05-31
ISBN : 1681087979
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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6G Wireless Communications and Mobile Networking introduces the key technologies behind 6G wireless communication and mobile networking to the reader. The book starts with a general vision of 6G technology, which includes the motivation that drives 6G research, the international organizations working on 6G standardization and recent progress in 6G research. Separate chapters on millimeter-wave and terahertz-wave technologies in 6G, the development of latest 6G antenna technology as well as related wireless communication applications are included in the contents. The book also provides details about the 6G network layer, such as self-organizing network driven by network slicing, software-defined networking and network function virtualization. Finally, it covers some popular research topics, including the challenges and solutions to massive 6G IoT networks, 6G cloud/edge computing and big data systems that may appear in the foreseeable future. Key Features: - Provides a complete introduction to 6G vision and technology - Consists of both basic theories and frontier technologies - Separate chapters on key topics such as 6G physical layers, millimeter wave and terahertz technology and advanced antenna arrays - Covers future trends and applications such as intelligent management systems, 6G IoT networks, cloud/edge computing and big data applications This focused reference will significantly enhance the knowledge of engineering students and apprentices involved in the field of telecommunications. Readers interested in cutting-edge wireless networking technologies will also benefit from the information provided.

Millimeter Wave Circuits for 5G and Radar

Millimeter Wave Circuits for 5G and Radar Book
Author : Gernot Hueber,Ali M. Niknejad
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
Release : 2019-05-31
ISBN : 1108492789
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Discover the concepts and techniques needed to design millimeter-wave circuits for current and emerging wireless system applications.