Millimeter-Wave (mmWave) Communications

Edited by
March 2020
188 pages
  • ISBN978-3-03928-430-6 (Paperback)
  • ISBN978-3-03928-431-3 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Millimeter-Wave (mmWave) Communications that was published in

Computer Science & Mathematics
Physical Sciences
The millimeter-wave frequency band (30–300 GHz) is considered a potential candidate to host very high data rate communications. First used for high capacity radio links and then for broadband indoor wireless networks, the interest in this frequency band has increased as it is proposed to accommodate future 5G mobile communication systems. The large bandwidth available will enable a number of new uses for 5G. In addition, due to the large propagation attenuation, this frequency band may provide some additional advantages regarding frequency reuse and communication security. However, a number of issues have to be addressed to make mm-wave communications viable. This book collects a number of contributions that present solutions to these challenges.
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Yagi antenna; parabolic; 3-D printing; millimeter wave; transmitarray antenna; beam scanning; planar lens; discrete lens; tapered matching; 3D-printed antenna; 3D-printing; additive manufactuing; massive MIMO; millimeter wave communications; analog precoder; hybrid analog–digital multi-user equalizer; sub-connected architectures; high-efficiency; K-band; linearity enhancement; power amplifier; GaAs pHEMT; diode compensation; low noise amplifier; millimeter-wave; package; transition; waveguide; millimeter wave; quasi-optics; free space method; undoped silicon; permittivity; temperature; beam steering antenna system; SIW technology; variable phase shifter; varactor diodes; millimeter wave; analog beamforming; beam recovery; link blockage; multi-beam; recovery times; correlated blocking; millimeter wave; line-of-sight; macrodiversity; 5G; radio channel; measurements; wideband; indoor; 5G; mmWave; path loss; time-dispersion; delay-spread; coherence bandwidth; channel measurements; mmWave; 5G; OFDM; SDR; testbed; FPGA; RF frontends; UHD stream; n/a