Millimeter-Wave Enhanced Local Area Systems: A High-Data-Rate Approach for Future Wireless Networks

@article{Ghosh2014MillimeterWaveEL,
  title={Millimeter-Wave Enhanced Local Area Systems: A High-Data-Rate Approach for Future Wireless Networks},
  author={Amitava Ghosh and Timothy A. Thomas and Mark Cudak and Rapeepat Ratasuk and Prakash Moorut and Frederick W. Vook and Theodore S. Rappaport and George R. MacCartney and Shu Sun and Shuai Nie},
  journal={IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications},
  year={2014},
  volume={32},
  pages={1152-1163}
}
Wireless data traffic is projected to skyrocket 10 000 fold within the next 20 years. To tackle this incredible increase in wireless data traffic, a first approach is to further improve spectrally efficient systems such as 4G LTE in bands below 6 GHz by using more advanced spectral efficiency techniques. However, the required substantial increase in system complexity along with fundamental limits on hardware implementation and channel conditions may limit the viability of this approach… CONTINUE READING

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