Fundamentals of Massive MIMO
Cambridge University Press, 17 nov. 2016
Written by pioneers of the concept, this is the first complete guide to the physical and engineering principles of Massive MIMO. Assuming only a basic background in communications and statistical signal processing, it will guide readers through key topics in multi-cell systems such as propagation modeling, multiplexing and de-multiplexing, channel estimation, power control, and performance evaluation. The authors' unique capacity-bounding approach will enable readers to carry out effective system performance analyses and develop advanced Massive MIMO techniques and algorithms. Numerous case studies, as well as problem sets and solutions accompanying the book online, will help readers put knowledge into practice and acquire the skill set needed to design and analyze complex wireless communication systems. Whether you are a graduate student, researcher, or industry professional working in the field of wireless communications, this will be an indispensable guide for years to come.
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MODELS AND PRELIMINARIES
POWER CONTROL PRINCIPLES
THE MASSIVE MIMO PROPAGATION CHANNEL
FINAL NOTES AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS
A CIRCULARLY SYMMETRIC COMPLEX GAUSSIAN VECTORS
B USEFUL RANDOM MATRIX RESULTS
CAPACITY AND CAPACITY BOUNDING TOOLS
ALTERNATIVE SINGLECELL CAPACITY BOUNDS
ASYMPTOTIC SINR IN MULTICELL SYSTEMS
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base station antennas base station array capacity bounds channel estimation errors channel with additive Chapter coherence bandwidth coherence interval coherent beamforming gain coherent interference cyclic prefix data stream distribution downlink effective noise effective SINR favorable propagation Figure frequency Functional block diagram Hence home cell independent Rayleigh fading intra-cell interference kth terminal l'eſp l'ºp linear log2 lth cell Massive Massive MIMO max-min fairness maximum-ratio processing Minimum per-terminal multi-cell system multiplexing Multiuser nreuse Nsmooth number of antennas number of base number of terminals OFDM OFDM symbols optimal path loss per-terminal net throughput performance pilot contamination pilot sequences Point-to-Point power control coefficients precoding radiated power random variable Rayleigh fading receiver noise samples scenario Section shadow fading SINRk small-scale fading statistically independent subcarriers sum capacity Table term transmitted uncorrelated uplink and downlink uplink pilots uplink power UR-LoS vector zero-forcing and maximum-ratio zero-forcing processing