Assessment of Uplink Massive MIMO in Scattering Environment
This paper investigates the performance of massive MIMO systems under the effect of multipath propagation environment. Linear Minimum Mean Squared Error (MMSE) is considered to assess the performance of BPBK/OFDM based uplink massive MIMO transmission. Bit Error Rate (BER) and channel capacity in Non Line Of Site (NLOS) multipath fading environment are presented. The results show a correlation between the number of antennas and the performance of the system.
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