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Multipath Division Multiple Access for 5G Millimeter Wave Cellular Systems

@article{Wang2020MultipathDM,
  title={Multipath Division Multiple Access for 5G Millimeter Wave Cellular Systems},
  author={Shin-Yuan Wang and Wei-Han Hsiao and Kang-Lun Chiu and Chia-Chi Huang},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2002.00722}
}
Future 5G communication systems require more demanding performances than the existing cellular communication systems, e.g., 10 to 100 Mbps user data rate and much larger cellular spectrum efficiency. The well-used multiple access methods like CDMA and OFDMA are hard to achieve these challenging requirements simultaneously even with advanced signal processing techniques and base station cooperation. Recently, massive MIMO has gain much attention since it provides large signal dimensions that can… 

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