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Title: Massive MIMO Techniques Applied to 5G
Authors: Silva, Mário Marques da
Keywords: MIMO System
Millimeter Waves
5G Systems
Block Transmission Techniques
Issue Date: 17-Sep-2018
Abstract: The evolution from 4G to 5G wireless systems is driven by the expected huge growth in user bit rates and overall system throughput. This requires a substantial spectral efficiency increase, while maintaining or even improving power efficiency. To accomplish this, one needs new transmission techniques, with the most promising ones being millimeter Waves (mm-Waves) and massive Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (m-MIMO). M-MIMO schemes involving several tens or even hundreds of antenna elements are expected to be central technologies for 5G systems. This can lead array power gain increments proportional to the number of antennas. It is considered the use of m-MIMO combined with single-carrier with frequency-domain equalization (SC-FDE) modulations, which aims to reduce the Peak-to-Average Power Ratio, as compared to other block transmission techniques (e.g., OFDM). A low-complexity iterative frequency-domain receiver based on the maximum ratio combining and equal gain combining approach is proposed. Moreover, it is proposed an iterative receiver, which considers an iterative detection and channel estimation. The channel estimates usually obtained with the help of pilot symbols and/or training sequences are multiplexed with data symbols. Since this leads to spectral degradation, the use of superimposed pilots (i.e., pilots added to data) was recently proposed as an efficient alternative. Our performance results show that the proposed receiver allows excellent performance with the use of the channel data obtained from the channel estimation, while keeping the complexity at low level.
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