Energy-Efficient Design of MIMO Heterogeneous Networks With Wireless Backhaul

  title={Energy-Efficient Design of MIMO Heterogeneous Networks With Wireless Backhaul},
  author={Howard H. Yang and Giovanni Geraci and Tony Q. S. Quek},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications},
As future networks aim to meet the ever-increasing requirements of high-data rate applications, dense, and heterogeneous networks (HetNets) will be deployed to provide better coverage and throughput. Besides the important implications for energy consumption, the trend toward densification calls for more and more wireless links to forward a massive backhaul traffic into the core network. It is critically important to take into account the presence of a wireless backhaul for the energy-efficient… CONTINUE READING
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