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In this paper, we study an uplink Poisson cellular network model, where the BSs and mobiles are located according to two independent Poisson processes with different densities. A Voronoi tessellation is formed based on the locations of BSs, dividing the network plane into cells. Each mobile communicates with the closest BS. Assuming an orthogonal(More)
In this paper, we consider a static Poisson cellular network, where the base stations (BSs) and mobiles are located according to two independent spatial Poisson processes. Voronoi cells are formed based on the locations of BSs. Mobiles falling into a Voronoi cell communicate with the BS in the same cell. Assuming a channelised multiple access technique, a(More)
This paper presents the next evolution of FD-MIMO technology for beyond 5G, where antennas of the FD-MIMO system are placed in a distributed manner throughout the cell in a multi-cell deployment scenario. This system, referred to as Distributed FD-MIMO (D-FD-MIMO) system, is capable of providing higher cell average throughput as well as more uniform user(More)
In this paper, we study the uplink in a singlecell massive multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO) system. The base station (BS) is equipped with three antenna arrays, each covering one-third of the cell area. Each antenna array comprises a large yet finite number of antennas. The single-antenna users are randomly and uniformly distributed in the cell,(More)
In this paper, we study the uplink of a Poisson network with a multi-user massive multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO) transmission scheme. A base station (BS) deploys three directional linear antenna arrays, each covering one-third of the angular domain in the network plane. A target user is randomly located within the cell sector, and the other(More)
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