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Massive MIMO Communications with One-Bit Quantization
April 19 @ 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
As the quest for increased wireless throughput marches on, proposals abound for 5G systems based on orders of magnitude more antennas (massive MIMO) and greater bandwidths at higher frequencies (millimeter waves). To avoid a corresponding exponential increase in the cost of the hardware required for such systems, attention has recently focused on the use of very coarse analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters, even down to the level of one-bit quantization for both in-phase and quadrature components. This talk reviews some of the signal processing impacts of one-bit quantization on MIMO communications systems, and provides examples of algorithms for channel estimation, uplink decoding and downlink precoding that attempt to offset these impacts.
Speaker(s): Lee Swindlehurst, Professor at University of California Irvine,
6:00 PM Social; 6:30 PM Dinner; 7:15 PM Presentation; 8:45 PM Wrap-up
Room: Ask for IEEE room at front counter
Bldg: The Doubletree Club – Orange County Airport
7 Hutton Centre Drive
Santa Ana, California