This study concerns about Beamforming techniques in a Multi-User Indoor environment at mm-Wave E-band. Directional mm-Wave measurement data are used as reliable radio channel reference for the study and, furthermore, are checked against advanced Ray Tracing simulations. The main goal is to assess the quality of Spatial Division Multiple Access using three different Beamforming schemes in order to maximize the network throughput in a simple and efficient way.

A study on mm-Wave multi-user indoor beamforming

FUSCHINI, FRANCO;ZOLI, MARCO;VITUCCI, ENRICO MARIA;BARBIROLI, MARINA;DEGLI ESPOSTI, VITTORIO
2017

Abstract

This study concerns about Beamforming techniques in a Multi-User Indoor environment at mm-Wave E-band. Directional mm-Wave measurement data are used as reliable radio channel reference for the study and, furthermore, are checked against advanced Ray Tracing simulations. The main goal is to assess the quality of Spatial Division Multiple Access using three different Beamforming schemes in order to maximize the network throughput in a simple and efficient way.
Proceedings of 2017 IEEE-APS Topical Conference on Antennas and Propagation in Wireless Communications (APWC)
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Fuschini, F.; Zoli, M.; Vitucci, E. M.; Barbiroli, M.; Degli-Esposti, V.
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