Special Issue "Smart Antennas and MIMO Communications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2017).
Dr. Hamid Bahrami
Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, The University of Akron, Akron, OH 44325, USA
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Interests: MIMO Systems; multi-user communications; cognitive radio; molecular and nanoscale communications; compressed sensing; smart antennas and array signal processing
The use of multi-antenna transceivers in communications systems to achieve high transmission rate and reliability has been the subject of extensive studies over the past two decades. Multi-antenna communication has been an integrative part of current wireless technologies, and will play a key role in the design and development of 5G networks. Nevertheless, to keep up with the rapidly increasing demand for high-speed data applications, more innovative and unconventional approaches that deal with efficient use of such transceivers are of high interest. This Special Issue is intended to reflect the current advances in the area of smart antennas and multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) communications.
We invite researchers to submit their original research or review articles that are concerned with novel techniques, models, analysis tools, and experimental results in this area. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
- Recent advances in MIMO signal processing
- Large-scale and massive MIMO systems
- Signal design, detection and estimation techniques for MIMO communications
- Recent advances in antenna array design, smart antennas and beamforming
- MIMO antenna systems and channel modeling
- Multiuser and cooperative communication systems
- Millimeter wave and Ultra-wideband MIMO communications
- Small cells and heterogeneous MIMO networks
- Full-duplex and interference cancelation and management techniques
- Cognitive radio for MIMO communications
Dr. Hamid Bahrami
Dr. Xu Zhu
Dr. Nicholas J. Kirsch
Manuscript Submission Information
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- MIMO Systems
- Smart Antennas and Beamforming
- Multiuser and Multi-carrier Communications
- Large-scale MIMO
- Small Cells and Heterogeneous Networks
- Millimeter Wave Communications
- Full-Duplex Systems
- Cooperative Communication
- Cognitive Radio and Networks