Millimeter Wave Massive MIMO
Millimeter wave massive multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) is a wireless communication technique that transmits and receives millimeter-length electromagnetic wave signals through massive antenna arrays at transmitters and receivers. Multiantenna arrays in MIMO enable simultaneous transmissions of multiple data streams through wireless channels. In most cases, massive MIMO implicitly implies that multiple users are served simultaneously, that is, a multiuser massive MIMO. If only the transmitter deploys a multiantenna array while each receiver equips a single antenna, the terminology MIMO refers to, more formally, multiple-input single-output (MISO). If only the receiver deploys an antenna array while the transmitter equips a single antenna, the terminology MIMO refers to, more formally, single-input multiple-output (SIMO). In literature, millimeter wave massive MIMO can also represent millimeter wave massive MISO or millimeter...
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