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Channel Estimation and Analog Beam Selection for Uplink Multiuser Hybrid Beamforming System
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Channel Estimation and Analog Beam Selection for Uplink Multiuser Hybrid Beamforming System
Kim, Myeong-Jin; Ko, Young-Chai;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we consider an uplink multiuser hybrid beamforming system where an access point (AP) communicates with multiple users simultaneously. The performance of the uplink multiuser hybrid beamforming system depends on the effective channel which is given by the product of the channel matrix and the analog beams. Therefore, to maximize the performance, we need to obtain the channel information and then select the analog beams appropriately by using the acquired channel information. In this paper, we propose the channel estimation method and low complexity analog beam selection algorithm for the uplink multiuser hybrid beamforming system. Additionally, our analysis shows that the proposed low complexity analog beam selection algorithm provides much less complexity than the optimum analog beam selection algorithm. From the numerical results, we confirm that the proposed low complexity analog beam selection algorithm has little performance degradation in spite of much less complexity than the optimum analog beam selection algorithm under the equal system configuration.
 Keywords
uplink multiuser hybrid beamforming;channel estimation;
 Language
Korean
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