Prototypsystem för massiv MIMO i de nya frekvensbanden för 5G

Koordinator Lunds universitet - Institutionen för Elektro- och informationsteknik
Bidrag från Vinnova 2 122 000 kronor
Projektets löptid augusti 2016 - juli 2018
Status Avslutat
Utlysning Strategiska innovationsprogrammet Smartare elektroniksystem

Syfte och mål

The objective of this project is to build an experimental testbed for the next-generation massive multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) system operating at 28 GHz. This work includes the design of the overall system architecture, implementation of radio frequency subsystem using off-the-shelf components, and realization of baseband system on a software-defined radio Platform. Field test has been conducted to validate the developed system and to proof the concept of the new wireless technology.

Resultat och förväntade effekter

The project developed a 28 GHz massive MIMO testbed, which will provide a powerful tool to transform theoretical potentials into a viable reality. It is also a flexible platform for full-scale development and verification of next-generation radio devices from Sony Mobile Communications. This collaborative project ensures that the core competence is developed and kept at both academia and industry and contributes to Sweden´s continuation as a leading country in field of wireless communications.

Upplägg och genomförande

Prototype system is crucial for the development of new wireless communication technologies. It can be used to proof the concept in real-life environment, to analyze performance and implementation bottlenecks, and to pave the way for future commercial deployment. The development of the 28 GHz massive MIMO testbed in this project combines know-how and experience from both academia and industry to ensure that the technology innovation and development considers the requirement of real-life constraints.

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Senast uppdaterad 12 december 2016

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