Coordinated Multi-Point in Mobile Communications: From Theory to Practice
Patrick Marsch, Gerhard P. Fettweis
Cambridge University Press, Jul 21, 2011 - Technology & Engineering
A self-contained guide to coordinated multi-point (CoMP), this comprehensive book covers everything from theoretical basics to practical implementation. Addressing a wide range of topics, it highlights the potential gains of CoMP, the fundamental degrees of freedom involved and the key challenges of using CoMP in practice. The editors and contributors bring unique real-world experience from running the world's first and largest test beds for LTE-Advanced, and recent field trial results from these tests are presented. With detailed insight into the realistic potential of CoMP as a key technology for LTE-Advanced and beyond, this is a must-read resource for professionals and students who want the big picture on CoMP or require in-depth knowledge of how to build cellular communication systems for the future.
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3GPP achievable algorithm assume backhaul backhaul capacity backhaul link bandwidth base stations beamforming bits capacity region carrier synchronization cell-edge cells cellular channel estimation channel matrix codebook coding CoMP cluster CoMP schemes complexity computational considered cooperating BSs coordinated corresponding covariance matrix decentralized decoding delay denotes distributed division multiple access downlink estimation errors exchange gain Gaussian HARQ hence inter-cell interference iterative joint detection joint scheduling joint signal processing joint transmission linear link adaptation LTE Release mobile MU-MIMO multi-cell multi-user multiple noise non-cooperative OFDM OFDM symbols OFDMA optimal orthogonal parameters pathloss performance precoding quantization radio link radio link control ratio receive antennas receive filter received signals samples scenario Section selection serving setup significant interfering channel simulation SINR spatial spatial multiplexing spectral efficiency sub-carrier Subsection sum-rate synchronization throughput tion transmit power uplink Wiener filtering