Massive MIMO in 5G Wireless Networks

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Massive MIMO in 5G Wireless Networks

Massive MIMO in 5G Wireless Networks

S. Mohammad Razavizadeh: Assistant Professor-Department of Electrical Engineering-Iran University of Science & Technology (IUST)

Research Group:

Mobile Broadband Networks Research Group (MBNRG)

Education and Appointments :

    Assistant Professor, Iran University of Science & Technology (IUST), 2011 -
    Visiting Researcher, Wireless Communications Lab. , Korea Univ., Seoul, South Korea , 2013
    Research Assistant Professor , Iran Telecomm. Research Center (ITRC) , 2006 - 2011

    Visiting Scholar, Coding and Signal Trans. (CST) Lab. , Univ. of Waterloo, Canada , 2003 - 2004

    Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, IUST, 2000 - 2006

    M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering, IUST, 1997 - 2000

    B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering, IUST , 1993 - 1997

Research areas :

    Mobile and Cellular Communication Systems
    Wireless Networks
    Communications Theory
    Signal Processing
    Radio Transmission Technologies

Teaching :

    Communication Systems I
    Computer Networks I
    MIMO Communication Systems

Part Time / September  26-Mondey Evening

Massive MIMO is one of the key technologies proposed for providing higher data rates, reliability and energy efficiency in next generation of wireless networks which are also known as 5G networks. In this technology, an array with a large number (a few hundred) of active antennas is installed at the base station and it communicates with a large number (a few tens) of user terminals. In this seminar, first we will have an introduction to 5G networks and then discuss about the basics of Massive MIMO. After introducing this technology, we introduce its applications and benefits in 5G wireless networks. We will also discuss about some challenges that are faced when using this technology.

-    An Introduction to 5G Networks
-    Multiuser MIMO systems
-    Introduction to Massive MIMO
-    Main Advantages and Challenges of Massive MIMO
-    Channel Estimation and Transceiver designs for Massive MIMO
-    Massive MIMO Implementation and Testbeds

Dr.S. Mohammad Razavizadeh