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152 | Linear precoding via conic optimization for fixed MIMO receivers
- Wiesel, Eldar, et al.
- 2006
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Citation Context ...nt techniques, the most popular ones rely on zero-forcing (ZF) or regularized zero-forcing (RZF) approaches [2]–[8]. In [6], it is proved that RZF precoder has the same performance of the optimal one =-=[9]-=- if the regularization parameter is properly designed and the same signal-to-interference-plus-noise ratio (SINR) constraints are imposed for all UEs. Unfortunately, both ZF and RZF involve the comput... |

109 | Massive MIMO in the UL/DL of cellular networks: How many antennas do we need - Hoydis, Brink, et al. - 2013 |

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Massive MIMO for next generation wireless systems
- Larsson, Edfors, et al.
- 2014
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Citation Context ...arge-scale multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) systems (also known as massive MIMO systems) are considered as one of the most promising technology for next generation wireless communication systems =-=[1]-=-. The use of an excess number M of antennas at the base station (BS) provides the system with many degrees of freedom to substantially reduce multi-user interference [1]. In downlink transmissions, th... |

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D.L.: Multistage linear receivers for DS-CDMA systems
- Moshavi, Kanterakis, et al.
- 1996
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Citation Context ...ze the achievable rate subject to a power constraint. It is worth observing that TPE techniques have been also applied in other contexts such as channel estimation [10] and multi-user detection [11], =-=[12]-=-. In all cases, the main advantage of TPE is a substantial complexity reduction with respect to linear processing techniques (see [4] for more details on this). Research reported in this publication w... |

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Distributed uplink power control for optimal SIR assignment in cellular data networks,”
- Hande, Rangan, et al.
- 2008
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Citation Context ... ,K (16) where Fk = Kpkβkaa T − γk tr(PB)B. Note that not all vectors γ = [γ1, · · · , γK ] are feasible. Indeed, a necessary and sufficient condition can be established using the same approach as in =-=[14]-=-. To this end, note that the constraints can be written in matrix form as: (I−D(γ)G)p ≥ v (17) 3where ≥ stands for the element-wise comparison of vectors and p = [p1, · · · , pK ]T, D(γ) = diag(γ1, · ... |

30 | Large system analysis of linear precoding in MISO broadcast channels with limited feedback
- Wagner, Couillet, et al.
- 2012
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Citation Context ...ease substantially when the number K of user equipments (UEs) grows large. Among the different techniques, the most popular ones rely on zero-forcing (ZF) or regularized zero-forcing (RZF) approaches =-=[2]-=-–[8]. In [6], it is proved that RZF precoder has the same performance of the optimal one [9] if the regularization parameter is properly designed and the same signal-to-interference-plus-noise ratio (... |

14 | Optimal design of energy-efficient multi-user MIMO systems: - Bjornson, Sanguinetti, et al. - 2015 |

12 | Asymptotic Moments for Interference Mitigation in Correlated Fading Channels
- Hoydis, Debbah, et al.
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Citation Context ...maximize the achievable rate subject to a power constraint. It is worth observing that TPE techniques have been also applied in other contexts such as channel estimation [10] and multi-user detection =-=[11]-=-, [12]. In all cases, the main advantage of TPE is a substantial complexity reduction with respect to linear processing techniques (see [4] for more details on this). Research reported in this publica... |

10 | Linear precoding based on polynomial expansion: Large-scale multicell mimo systems,”
- Kammoun, Muller, et al.
- 2014
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Citation Context ...us challenges towards its practical implementation especially when K grows large and the propagation channel changes relatively fast in time. A possible solution to overcome this issue is proposed in =-=[4]-=- in which the authors make use of the truncated polynomial expansion (TPE) technique to reduce the computational complexity required by matrix inversion. In [4], the polynomial coefficients are design... |

8 | Large system analysis of the energy consumption distribution in multi-user MIMO systems with mobility,”
- Sanguinetti, Moustakas, et al.
- 2015
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Citation Context ... substantially when the number K of user equipments (UEs) grows large. Among the different techniques, the most popular ones rely on zero-forcing (ZF) or regularized zero-forcing (RZF) approaches [2]–=-=[8]-=-. In [6], it is proved that RZF precoder has the same performance of the optimal one [9] if the regularization parameter is properly designed and the same signal-to-interference-plus-noise ratio (SINR... |

7 | Optimal linear pre-coding in multi-user MIMO systems: A large system analysis,” in
- Sanguinetti, Bjornson, et al.
- 2014
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Citation Context ...tially when the number K of user equipments (UEs) grows large. Among the different techniques, the most popular ones rely on zero-forcing (ZF) or regularized zero-forcing (RZF) approaches [2]–[8]. In =-=[6]-=-, it is proved that RZF precoder has the same performance of the optimal one [9] if the regularization parameter is properly designed and the same signal-to-interference-plus-noise ratio (SINR) constr... |

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Lowcomplexity channel estimation in large-scale mimo using polynomial expansion,”
- Shariati, Bjornsson, et al.
- 2013
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Citation Context ...icients are designed so as to maximize the achievable rate subject to a power constraint. It is worth observing that TPE techniques have been also applied in other contexts such as channel estimation =-=[10]-=- and multi-user detection [11], [12]. In all cases, the main advantage of TPE is a substantial complexity reduction with respect to linear processing techniques (see [4] for more details on this). Res... |