Design and Feasibility Verifcation of 6G Wireless Communication Systems with State of the Art Technologies

Dilli, Ravilla (2022) Design and Feasibility Verifcation of 6G Wireless Communication Systems with State of the Art Technologies. International journal of Wireless Information Networks, 29. pp. 93-117. ISSN 1068-9605

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Frequencies above 100 GHz are the promising frequency bands for 6G wireless communication systems because of the abundant unexplored and unused spectrum. The increasing global demand for ultra-high spectral efciencies, data rates, speeds and bandwidths in next-generation wireless networks motivates the exploration of peak capabilities of massive MIMO (Multi–Input–Multi–Output) wireless access technology at THz bands (0.1–10 THz). The smaller wavelengths (order of microns) of these frequencies give an advantage of making high gain antennas with smaller physical dimensions and allows massive spatial multiplexing. This paper presents the design of ultra-massive MIMO (ultra-mMIMO) hybrid beamforming system for multi users and its feasibility to function at THz frequency bands. The functionality of the proposed system is verifed at higher order modulation schemes to achieve higher spectral efciencies using performance metrics that includes error vector magnitude, symbol constellations, and antenna array radiation beams. The performance results suggest to use a particular mMIMO antenna confguration based on number of independent data streams per user and strongly recommended to use higher number of data streams per user in order to achieve higher throughputs that satisfy the needs of 6G wireless systems. Also the performance of the proposed system at 0.14 THz is compared with mmWave systems that operate at 28 GHz and 73 GHz bands to justify the feasibility of the proposed work

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: 6G · Next-generation wireless networks · Multi–input–multi–output · THz frequency bands · Massive MIMO · Hybrid beamforming
Subjects: Engineering > MIT Manipal > Electronics and Communication
Depositing User: MIT Library
Date Deposited: 12 Jul 2022 05:15
Last Modified: 12 Jul 2022 05:15

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