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Giusi Alfano and Carla-Fabiana Chiasserini and Alessandro Nordio and Siyuan Zhou (2018). Information-Theoretic Characterization of MIMO Systems With Multiple Rayleigh Scattering. IEEE Trans. Information Theory, 5312–5325.


Andreas Benzin, Giuseppe Caire, Yonatan Shadmi and Antonia Tulino (2018). Low-Complexity Truncated Polynomial Expansion DL Precoders and UL Receivers for Massive MIMO in Correlated Channels. IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications


Augustin, Sven and Frohmann, Sven and Jung, Peter and Hübers, Heinz-Wilhelm (2018). Mask Responses for Single-Pixel Terahertz Imaging. Scientific Reports, 4886.


M. Bayat and R. K. Mungara and G. Caire (2019). Achieving Spatial Scalability for Coded Caching via Coded Multipoint Multicasting. IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, 227-240.


Bayat, Mozhgan and Mungara, Ratheesh K and Caire, Giuseppe (2018). Achieving Spatial Scalability for Coded Caching via Coded Multipoint Multicasting. IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications. IEEE, 227–240.


M. N. Boroujerdi and S. Haghighatshoar and G. Caire (2018). Low-Complexity Statistically Robust Precoder/Detector Computation for Massive MIMO Systems. IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, 6516-6530.


Bursalioglu, Ozgun Y and Caire, Giuseppe and Mungara, Ratheesh K and Papadopoulos, Haralabos C and Wang, Chenwei (2018). Fog massive MIMO: A user-centric seamless hot-spot architecture. IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications. IEEE, 559–574.


Caire, Giuseppe (2018). On the ergodic rate lower bounds with applications to massive MIMO. IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications. IEEE, 3258–3268.


Chu, Zheng and Nguyen, Huan X and Caire, Giuseppe (2018). Game theory-based resource allocation for secure WPCN multiantenna multicasting systems. IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 926–939.


Günlü, Onur and Kittichokechai, Kittipong and Schaefer, Rafael F and Caire, Giuseppe (2018). Controllable Identifier Measurements for Private Authentication With Secret Keys. IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security, 1945 - 1959.


S. Haghighatshoar and G. Caire (2018). Low-Complexity Massive MIMO Subspace Estimation and Tracking From Low-Dimensional Projections. IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, 1832-1844.


S. Haghighatshoar and G. Caire (2018). Signal Recovery From Unlabeled Samples. IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, 1242-1257.


Hong, Song-Nam and Hui, Dennis and Marić, Ivana and Caire, Giuseppe (2018). On the achievable rates of virtual full-duplex relay channel. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory. IEEE, 354–367.


Jung, Peter and Krahmer, Felix and Stoger, Dominik (2018). Blind Demixing and Deconvolution at Near-Optimal Rate. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 704–727.


Kobayashi, Mari and Caire, Giuseppe and Kramer, Gerhard (2018). Joint State Sensing and Communication: Optimal Tradeoff for a Memoryless Case. 2018 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), 111 - 115.


Conference, Symposium and Workshop Papers

An Analog Module for Hybrid Massive MIMO Testbeds Demonstrating Beam Alignment Algorithms
Citation key Kuhn1803:Analog
Author Thomas Kühne and Giuseppe Caire
Title of Book 22nd International ITG Workshop on Smart Antennas (WSA 2018)
Year 2018
DOI 10.5281/zenodo.1175891
Address Bochum, Germany
Abstract Hybrid analog-digital beamforming for massive MIMO is an important technology for millimeter-wave communication systems. Current experimentation of massive MIMO is based mainly on full digital solutions and in the sub-6GHz frequency range. The technology for millimeter-wave massive MIMO systems is not yet available to the broad research community. Due to the high path loss, sparsity of the channel, and restrictions of the hardware in the millimeter-wave band, new challenges in signal processing arise. One of these problems is the initial link acquisition also called beam alignment (BA). We present a hybrid analog-digital massive MIMO sub-6GHz testbed with 64 antennas. This testbed enables the investigation of challenges connected to a hybrid analog-digital architecture like the BA problem. We demonstrate multiple BA algorithms to show their advantages and disadvantages. The testbed is based on a self developed analog module with a high resolution of phase and magnitude settings. Our module can be connected to standard software defined radios (SDRs) and supports different types of hybrid architectures.
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