Multi-user MIMO systems: the future in the making

@article{Kurve2009MultiuserMS,
  title={Multi-user MIMO systems: the future in the making},
  author={Aditya Kurve},
  journal={IEEE Potentials},
  year={2009},
  volume={28}
}
The consummation of all the research work in MU-MIMO systems will be in the form of a standard. It will require collating all the research findings into a deployable standard with well defined transmit and receive processing, scheduling options, receiver training fields, CSI feedback rates, and other specifications essential for compatibility. MU-MIMO technology offers aspiring researchers an exciting challenge and an opportunity to work on a solution that vies for a spot that will make it key… CONTINUE READING
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