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Massive MIMO Systems in Time-Selective Channels

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Massive MIMO Systems in Time-Selective Channels


We tend to investigate the performance of large MIMO systems in time-selective channels using the first order Gauss-Markov Rayleigh fading channel model. We have a tendency to derive a closed kind achievable rate for time-selective channels and provide an indication that the intracell interference effect in time-selective channels with constant amplitude pilots does not diminish within the asymptotic case. We have a tendency to show that there is a important distinction between the sum rate obtained using block-fading and time-selective models. We tend to also show that the optimum training for block-fading could not be optimal for a time-selective channel, significantly for massive numbers of antennas at the bottom station.

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