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An SNR Approximation for Distributed Massive MIMO With Zero Forcing
During this letter, we have a tendency to gift a brand new theoretical analysis of the performance of a huge MIMO network with distributed receive antennas. We tend to think about the uplink of a cooperative cellular network that jointly detects signals from multiple transmitters with a giant variety of distributed antennas. Applying zero-forcing (ZF) across the receivers, we gift our correct approximation for the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) of an arbitrary user with Rayleigh fading, path loss and shadowing. We tend to any derive straightforward-to-evaluate closed-kind expressions for the symbol error probability (SEP) and the achievable rate of an arbitrary user. Numerical examples highlight that our novel results give accurate approximations for the performance of a distributed huge MIMO network.
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