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Massive MIMO Networks:

Spectral, Energy, and Hardware Efficiency

Emil Björnson, Jakob Hoydis and Luca Sanguinetti

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THE AUTHORS

We hope that our work will be useful in your teaching! The book is recommended for graduate students, PhD students, and senior researchers that would like to learn Massive MIMO, either in depth or at an overview level. We have tested the material by giving courses at Master and PhD level at several universities and this has been very successful. We have also used the material for tutorials and courses at conferences.

To aid in the learning process, we have prepared a set of exercises that covers the basic theorems, concepts, and results in Sections 1-4. These exercises are not easy, but they have been designed in such a way that the solutions are rather short if you understand the theory.

We believe that a graduate-level course can cover Sections 1-4 in depth or partially, depending on the lecture hours. Selected parts of the remaining sections may also be included in the course, depending on the background and interest of the students. Basic knowledge of linear algebra, probability theory, estimation theory, and information theory is sufficient to read the book. Appendix B contains short summaries of the results from these topics that are used in the book. Appendix C contains detailed proofs of the analytical results.

Emil Björnson

Jakob Hoydis

Luca Sanguinetti

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2. TEACHING MATERIALS

The teaching material contains an extensive slide set that covers the main parts of the book in detail. The slides are organized in the same way as the book and there is one PDF per section. When preparing your course, you can use any PDF program to rearrange and delete slides. You are welcome to distribute the slides to your students, but please don’t make them publicly available.

After or during the course, we would be grateful to receive feedback from you so that we can improve the material!

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many numerical examples, which can be reproduced using Matlab code available via the DOI link below.


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Massive MIMO for 5G below 6 GHZ

This talk covers the basics of Massive MIMO with focus on how the technology achieves high spectral efficiency, link reliability, and low-power operation. The speaker is Associate Professor Emil Björnson, Linköping University, Sweden.

Massive MIMO for 5G: How Big Can it Get?

This talk covers the basics of Massive MIMO and recent results on how to deploy the technology, and how big the base stations will be. The speaker is Associate Professor Emil Björnson, Linköping University, Sweden.

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4. EXTERNAL LINKS

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Massive MIMO Networks:

Spectral, Energy, and Hardware Efficiency

For more information about "Massive MIMO Networks"

Emil Björnson, Jakob Hoydis
and Luca Sanguinetti

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION

THE AUTHORS

4. EXTERNAL LINKS

Massive MIMO for 5G:
How Big Can it Get?

This talk covers the basics of Massive MIMO and recent results on how to deploy the technology, and how big the base stations will be. The speaker is Associate Professor Emil Björnson, Linköping University, Sweden.

Massive MIMO for 5G
below 6 GHZ

This talk covers the basics of Massive MIMO with focus on how the technology achieves high spectral efficiency, link reliability, and low-power operation. The speaker is Associate Professor Emil Björnson, Linköping University, Sweden.