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Millimeter-wave gigabit broadband evolution toward 5G: fixed access and backhaul
As wireless communication evolves toward 5G, both mounted broadband and mobile broadband can play an important half in providing the gigabit-per-second infrastructure for a connected society. This text proposes an MGB system as the solution to 2 vital issues during this evolution: last-mile access for mounted broadband and small cell backhaul for mobile broadband. The key plan is to use spectrum that's already out there in the millimeter-wave bands for mounted wireless access with optimized dynamic beamforming and huge MIMO infrastructure to attain high capacity with wide area coverage. This text explains the MGB concept and describes potential array architectures for realizing the system. Simulations demonstrate that with five hundred MHz of bandwidth (at 39 GHz band) and twenty eight dBm transmission power (fifty five dBm EIRP), it's potential to supply more than eleven Gb/s backhaul capacity for ninety six tiny cells within a one km radius.
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