PROJECT TITLE :

A Bilinear Equalizer for Massive MIMO Systems - 2018

ABSTRACT:

We tend to present a unique approach for low-complexity equalizer style well fitted to cellular large MIMO systems. Our style allows to use the channel structure in terms of covariance matrices to enhance the performance within the face of pilot-contamination, whereas basically keeping the complexity of a matched filter. This is achieved by limiting the equalizer to functions, which are bilinear within the received data signals and also the observations from a training section. The proposed style generalizes several previous approaches to equalizer style for huge MIMO. We have a tendency to show by asymptotic analysis that with the proposed style the achievable rate grows without bound for growing numbers of antennas even within the presence of pilot-contamination. We tend to demonstrate with numerical results that the proposed design is competitive with a lot of complex approaches during a practical cellular setup.


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