Uplink Massive MIMO SIR Analysis: How Do Antennas Scale with Users?

@article{Bai2014UplinkMM,
  title={Uplink Massive MIMO SIR Analysis: How Do Antennas Scale with Users?},
  author={Tianyang Bai and Robert W. Heath},
  journal={2015 IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM)},
  year={2014},
  pages={1-6}
}
Massive multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) is a potential physical layer technology for 5G cellular networks. This paper leverages stochastic geometry to derive the uplink signal-to- interference (SIR) distribution in massive MIMO networks. Based on the derived expressions, a scaling law between the number of base station antennas and scheduled users per cell is provided to preserve the uplink SIR distribution, where the impacts of correlation in small-scale fading and power control in the… CONTINUE READING

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