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Massive MIMO Antenna Array Design and Challenges Dr

@inproceedings{Gao2015MassiveMA,
  title={Massive MIMO Antenna Array Design and Challenges Dr},
  author={Yue Gao},
  year={2015}
}
A compact dual-polarized antenna with four radiating square patches is presented and arranged to establish an array for massive MIMO systems operating at 3.6GHz. There are three stack levels of orthohexagonal rings in the array and each ring contains six sub-arrays with a gain of 16.6dBi and halfpower beam width of 12.5° in azimuth. Within a volume of 8λ×8λ×3λ, the maximum mutual coupling level between any two ports in the array is lower than -29.8dB. With the steerable feature of each beam… 

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