Random-Phase Beamforming for Initial Access in Millimeter-Wave Cellular Networks
The utilization of the millimeter-wave frequency band (mm-wave) in the fifth generation (5G) of mobile communication is a highly-debated current topic. Mm-wave MIMO systems will use arrays with large number of antennas at the transmitter and the receiver, implemented on a relatively small area. With the inherent high directivity of these arrays, algorithms to help the user equipment find the base station and establish a communication link should be carefully designed. Towards that, we...[Show more]
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