Moving Towards Mmwave-Based Beyond-4G (B-4G) Technology

  title={Moving Towards Mmwave-Based Beyond-4G (B-4G) Technology},
  author={Mark Cudak and Amitava Ghosh and Thomas Kovarik and Rapeepat Ratasuk and Timothy A. Thomas and Frederick W. Vook and Prakash Moorut},
  journal={2013 IEEE 77th Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Spring)},
Availability of large untapped spectrum resources in the millimeter wave (Mmwave) band is suitable for providing a gigabit experience with true local feel using high capacity small cells. Unlike traditional cellular systems, millimeter wave transmissions do not benefit from diffraction and dispersion making it difficult for them to propagate around obstacles thus resulting in higher shadowing loss. They also have less favorable link budgets due to lower power amplifier (PA) output powers and… CONTINUE READING
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