5.5 Hours of Massive MIMO Tutorials

Video recordings from the 2017 Joint IEEE SPS and EURASIP Summer School on Signal Processing for 5G Wireless Access are available for IEEE members, as we wrote about in a previous post. Now two of the Massive MIMO tutorial talks are openly available on Youtube.

Prof. Erik. G. Larsson gave a 2.5 hour tutorial on the fundamentals of Massive MIMO, which is highly recommended for anyone learning this topic. You can then follow up by reading his book with the same topic.

When you have viewed Erik’s introduction, you can learn more about the state-of-the-art signal processing schemes for Massive MIMO from another talk at the summer school. Dr. Emil Björnson gave a 3 hour tutorial on this topic:

2 thoughts on “5.5 Hours of Massive MIMO Tutorials”

  1. Regarding to the uncorrelated Rayleigh fading channel model, I know that the large-scale fading beta_ijk can be modeled as beta_ijk = z_ijk/(r_ijk/R)^alpha. I have 2 questions:

    1) Does it mean that the channel quality does not depend on distance from user to BS but it depends on z_ijk: log-normal variable? So what does z_ijk mean in this model (scrattering, obstacle…).

    2) How can I generate z_ijk with standard deviation = 8 dB on Matlab?
    Thank you very much for your time!

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