Mattia Rebato

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—In this paper, we discuss resource sharing, a key dimension in mmWave network design in which spectrum, access and/or network infrastructure resources can be shared by multiple operators. It is argued that this sharing paradigm will be essential to fully exploit the tremendous amounts of bandwidth and the large number of antenna degrees of freedom(More)
—While spectrum at millimeter wave (mmWave) frequencies is less scarce than at traditional frequencies below 6 GHz, still it is not unlimited, in particular if we consider the requirements from other services using the same band and the need to license mmWave bands to multiple mobile operators. Therefore, an efficient spectrum access scheme is critical to(More)
—With the severe spectrum shortage in conventional cellular bands, the millimeter (mmWave) frequencies, roughly above 10 GHz, have been attracting growing attention for next-generation micro-and pico-cellular wireless networks. A fundamental and open question is how these bands should be used by cellular operators. Cellular spectrum has been traditionally(More)
—With the severe spectrum shortage in conventional cellular bands, millimeter-wave (mmWave) frequencies have been attracting growing attention for next-generation micro-and pico-cellular wireless networks. A fundamental and open question is whether mmWave cellular networks are likely to be noise-or interference-limited. Identifying in which regime a network(More)
While spectrum at millimeter wave (mmWave) frequencies is less scarce than at traditional frequencies below 6 GHz, still it is not unlimited, in particular if we consider the requirements from other services using the same band and the need to license mmWave bands to multiple mobile operators. Therefore, an efficient spectrum access scheme is critical to(More)
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