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New Radio in the Pretext of Cell-free Massive MIMO

EasyChair Preprint no. 5699

7 pagesDate: June 4, 2021


The fifth generation (5G) of mobile communication, technically known as New Radio(NR) is a reality now. This 5G networks are being in- stalled all around the world and the first line of 5G devices are already commer- cially available. 5G networks provide seamless connectivity and excellent qual- ity of service to cope up with the ever increasing demand of digital real-time data. Massive MIMO(multiple-input-multiple-output) is a key constituent for 5G networks. The principle of the technology is to transmit/receive signals to/ from multiple users coherently. The major drawback of such a massive MIMO system is inter-cell interference which affect signals for the users at edges of the cell. To overcome this a revolutionary approach is given in this paper to make every user as the cell-center by increasing the number of array of antennas at base stations(BSs) referred as access points(APs) such that no user experiences a cell edge is called as Cell-free massive MIMO. As a result not even a single user is affected by inter-cell interference.

Keyphrases: 5G, Access Points, Base stations, cell edge, Cell-free massive MIMO, inter-cell interference, Massive MIMO, New Radio

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  author = {Jagadeesh Chandra Prasad Matta and P Siddaiah and Sandeep Kumar Paritala},
  title = {New Radio in the Pretext of Cell-free Massive MIMO},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 5699},

  year = {EasyChair, 2021}}
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