Fundamentals of Massive MIMO

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Cambridge University Press, 17 nov. 2016 - 220 sidor
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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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INTRODUCTION
5
MODELS AND PRELIMINARIES
19
SINGLECELL SYSTEMS
45
MULTICELL SYSTEMS
77
POWER CONTROL PRINCIPLES
97
CASE STUDIES
115
THE MASSIVE MIMO PROPAGATION CHANNEL
139
FINAL NOTES AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS
157
A CIRCULARLY SYMMETRIC COMPLEX GAUSSIAN VECTORS
163
B USEFUL RANDOM MATRIX RESULTS
169
CAPACITY AND CAPACITY BOUNDING TOOLS
175
ALTERNATIVE SINGLECELL CAPACITY BOUNDS
195
ASYMPTOTIC SINR IN MULTICELL SYSTEMS
203
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Thomas L. Marzetta is the originator of Massive MIMO. He is a Bell Labs Fellow at Nokia and a Fellow of the IEEE, and previously worked at Schlumberger-Doll Research and Nichols Research Corporation. He has received numerous recognitions and awards, including the IEEE W. R. G. Baker Award (2015), the IEEE Communications Society Stephen O. Rice Prize (2015), and the IEEE Guglielmo Marconi Prize Paper Award (2013). He is the recipient of an Honorary Doctorate from Linköping University, Sweden.

Erik G. Larsson is a Professor at Linköping University, Sweden and a Fellow of the IEEE. He is the co-author of 120 journal papers and the textbook Space-Time Block Coding for Wireless Communications (Cambridge, 2003). He currently serves as Chair of the IEEE SPS Technical Committee for Signal Processing for Communications and Networking (2015-2016). In both 2012 and 2014, he received the IEEE Signal Processing Magazine Best Column Award, and in 2015 he was awarded the IEEE Communications Society Stephen O. Rice Prize.

Hong Yang is a member of technical staff at Nokia Bell Labs' Mathematics of Networks and Communications Research Department, where he conducts research into wireless communications networks. He has over fifteen years of industrial research and development experience, and has previously worked in both the Department of Radio Frequency Technology Systems Engineering and the Wireless Design Center at Alcatel-Lucent.

Hien Quoc Ngo is a researcher at Linköping University, Sweden. In 2015, he received the IEEE Communications Society Stephen O. Rice Prize and the IEEE Sweden VT-COM-IT Joint Chapter Best Student Journal Paper Award. He was also an IEEE Communications Letters exemplary reviewer in 2014 and an IEEE Transactions on Communications exemplary reviewer in 2015.

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