Ultra-Reliable Indoor Millimeter Wave Communications Using Multiple Artificial Intelligence-Powered Intelligent Surfaces

  title={Ultra-Reliable Indoor Millimeter Wave Communications Using Multiple Artificial Intelligence-Powered Intelligent Surfaces},
  author={Mehdi Naderi Soorki and Walid Saad and Mehdi Bennis and Choong Seon Hong},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Communications},
In this paper, a novel framework for guaranteeing ultra-reliable millimeter wave (mmW) communications using multiple artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled reconfigurable intelligent surfaces (RISs) is proposed. The use of multiple AI-powered RISs allows changing the propagation direction of the signals transmitted from a mmW access point (AP) thereby improving coverage particularly for non-line-of-sight (NLoS) areas. However, due to the possibility of highly stochastic blockage over mmW links… 


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