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Simple Framework of ZF Precoding Analysis for Full-Dimensional Massive MIMO Systems

@article{Tataria2021SimpleFO,
  title={Simple Framework of ZF Precoding Analysis for Full-Dimensional Massive MIMO Systems},
  author={Harsh Tataria and Mansoor Shafi},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2108.00614}
}
Abstract—We provide a simple, yet general and accurate framework for analyzing zero-forcing (ZF) precoding performance for a full-dimensional massive multiple-input multipleoutput system. Exploiting an order two Neumann series, our framework approximates the expected (average) ZF signal-tonoise ratio and ergodic sum spectral efficiency, while catering for a finite multipath propagation model, as well as correlated and uncorrelated user equipment (UE) positions in both azimuth and elevation… Expand

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