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Ultra Wide Area Wireless Backhaul Network System Based on Large Scale Array Antenna
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 Title & Authors
Ultra Wide Area Wireless Backhaul Network System Based on Large Scale Array Antenna
Go, SeongWon; Kim, Hyoji; Lee, Ju Yong; Cho, Dong-Ho;
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 Abstract
Heterogeneous network technology is expected to be a core technology for 5G mobile communications. 5G mobile network would be composed of many base stations even have mobility, then the operator should connect base stations through the wireless backhaul technology. This paper presents Ultra Wide Area Wireless Backhaul Network System with massive array antenna. We conducted link budget analysis for Ultra Wide Area Wireless Backhaul Network and performance analysis of massive array antenna system through the transmission simulator based on beamforming technology. In wide area () wireless backhaul system composed of massive antenna, we achieved 5 bps/Hz average spectral efficiency with 1 W transmission power per beam.
 Keywords
5G;wireless backhaul;massive array antenna;beamforming;sidelobe control;
 Language
Korean
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