How Will Record-Setting Spectral Efficiency Impact Real 5G Systems? - Panel from NIWeek 5G Summit

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Records are being set in spectral efficiency, approaching 145 bit/s/Hz and beyond with massive MIMO systems. Increased efficiency comes with the cost of complexity. Join a panel of leading researchers to discuss how prototyping results are reshaping what we know about MIMO and how leaps in spectral efficiency might impact future wireless standards. Moderated by Nikhil Kundargi (Senior Architect, 5G & SDR Team, National Instruments), panelists include Tom Marzetta (Bell Labs/Alcatel-Lucent), Ove Edfors (Lund University), Ali Panah (Facebook), Mark Beach (University of Bristol); and Sundeep Rangan (NYU Wireless). Recorded at the NIWeek 5G Summit 2016.

Records are being set in spectral efficiency, approaching 145 bit/s/Hz and beyond with massive MIMO systems. Increased efficiency comes with the cost of complexity. Join a panel of leading researchers to discuss how prototyping results are reshaping what we know about MIMO and how leaps in spectral efficiency might impact future wireless standards. 

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