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Title: Millimeter Wave Communications With OAM-SM Scheme for Future Mobile Networks
Authors: Xiaohu Ge;Ran Zi;Xusheng Xiong;Qiang Li;Liang Wang
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The orbital angular momentum (OAM) technique provides a new degree of freedom for information transmissions in millimeter wave communications. Considering the spatial distribution characteristics of OAM beams, a new OAM spatial modulation (OAM-SM) millimeter wave communication system is first proposed for future mobile networks. Furthermore, the capacity, average bit error probability, and energy efficiency of OAM-SM millimeter wave communication systems are analytically derived for performance analysis. Compared with the OAM-based multi-input multi-output (MIMO) millimeter wave communication systems, the maximum energy efficiency of OAM-SM millimeter wave communication systems is improved by 227.2%. Moreover, numerical results indicate that the proposed OAM-SM millimeter wave communication systems are more robust to path-loss attenuations than the conventional MIMO millimeter wave communication systems, which makes it suitable for long-range transmissions. Therefore, OAM-SM millimeter wave communication systems provide a great growth space for future mobile networks.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/208010
volume: 35
issue: 9
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Title: Millimeter Wave Communications With OAM-SM Scheme for Future Mobile Networks
Authors: Xiaohu Ge;Ran Zi;Xusheng Xiong;Qiang Li;Liang Wang
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The orbital angular momentum (OAM) technique provides a new degree of freedom for information transmissions in millimeter wave communications. Considering the spatial distribution characteristics of OAM beams, a new OAM spatial modulation (OAM-SM) millimeter wave communication system is first proposed for future mobile networks. Furthermore, the capacity, average bit error probability, and energy efficiency of OAM-SM millimeter wave communication systems are analytically derived for performance analysis. Compared with the OAM-based multi-input multi-output (MIMO) millimeter wave communication systems, the maximum energy efficiency of OAM-SM millimeter wave communication systems is improved by 227.2%. Moreover, numerical results indicate that the proposed OAM-SM millimeter wave communication systems are more robust to path-loss attenuations than the conventional MIMO millimeter wave communication systems, which makes it suitable for long-range transmissions. Therefore, OAM-SM millimeter wave communication systems provide a great growth space for future mobile networks.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/208010
volume: 35
issue: 9
More Information: 2163,
2177
Appears in Collections:2017

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7968418.pdf1.96 MBAdobe PDF
Title: Millimeter Wave Communications With OAM-SM Scheme for Future Mobile Networks
Authors: Xiaohu Ge;Ran Zi;Xusheng Xiong;Qiang Li;Liang Wang
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The orbital angular momentum (OAM) technique provides a new degree of freedom for information transmissions in millimeter wave communications. Considering the spatial distribution characteristics of OAM beams, a new OAM spatial modulation (OAM-SM) millimeter wave communication system is first proposed for future mobile networks. Furthermore, the capacity, average bit error probability, and energy efficiency of OAM-SM millimeter wave communication systems are analytically derived for performance analysis. Compared with the OAM-based multi-input multi-output (MIMO) millimeter wave communication systems, the maximum energy efficiency of OAM-SM millimeter wave communication systems is improved by 227.2%. Moreover, numerical results indicate that the proposed OAM-SM millimeter wave communication systems are more robust to path-loss attenuations than the conventional MIMO millimeter wave communication systems, which makes it suitable for long-range transmissions. Therefore, OAM-SM millimeter wave communication systems provide a great growth space for future mobile networks.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/208010
volume: 35
issue: 9
More Information: 2163,
2177
Appears in Collections:2017

Files in This Item:
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7968418.pdf1.96 MBAdobe PDF