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Advanced mobile communication systems are characterized by a dense deployment of different types of wireless access points. Since these systems are primarily limited by interference, multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) techniques as well as coordinated transmission and detection schemes are necessary to mitigate this limitation. Thus, mobile communication systems become more complex which requires that also the mathematical tools for their theoretical analysis must evolve. These must be able to take the most important system characteristics into account, such as fading, path loss, and interference. The aim of this thesis is to develop such tools based on large random matrix theory and to demonstrate their usefulness with the help of several practical applications, such as the performance ... toggle 8 keywords

multiple-input multiple-output (mimo) massive mimo random matrix theory mobile communications large-system analysis network mimo channel state estimation performance analysis


Hoydis, Jakob
Supélec, France
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March 29, 2016

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