A millimeter-wave beam multiplexing method using a subarray type interleaved configuration hybrid beamforming with inter-subarray coding is proposed. By multiplexing of adequate directional beams, the proposed method can reduce inter-beam interference and create multiple beams of a theoretical maximum gain that an array antenna can generate. As results of performance comparison in subarray type beamforming with the feasibility, it is shown that channel capacity of the interleaved configuration with inter-subarray coding is larger than that of the localized configuration. Particularly, in user dense environments, the interleaved configuration is effective. Therefore, we think that the interleaved configuration is suitable for millimeter-wave beam multiplexing.
International Journal of Wireless Information Networks – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 28, 2017
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