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MEPCO SCHLENK ENGINEERING COLLEGE ,SIVAKASI

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering


Unified Channel Estimation and Scheduling
for Massive MIMO Systems
OBJECTIVE Channel Model:
BLOCK DIAGRAM
1 P

To perform the unified
 kp
channel estimation and scheduling
for multiuser Massive MIMO
hk   kp e a( kp )
Systems to provide the non
p p 1
interference environment.
Normalized DFT of Channel
Vector:
~
INTRODUCTION hk  Fhk
 Unified channel estimation and
Spatial Rotation Operation:
user scheduling method using

hkro  F ( )hk
SBEM for massive MIMO systems
is introduced.
SYSTEM MODEL
 Massive multiple input multiple
output(MIMO) is one of the most Channel Estimation:
important physical layer techniques G ut 
in 5G Communication. Y   d i hk siH  N
It can simultaneously serve tens i 1 i 1
of terminals in the same frequency- ~ 1
time with the help of hundreds of hk  YS k
antennas located in Base d k L p
2
station(BS).
It provides robustness, high Spatial information:
Energy efficiency and spectral
ro
efficiency. max [ hk ] B ro ,:
 k , Bk
ro k
To enhance the Spectral

s.t Bkro  
efficiency a greedy User
Scheduling scheme is designed.
USER SCHEDULING Throughput RESULTS
ALGORITHM
REQUIREMENT: Estimated max R(U gdd | P) 
{k }
 log 2 (1   k )
kU gdd
channel vector and spatial
information of each user
s.t  k P
kU gdd
STEP-1: Calculate the Euclidean
Norm of all users.
STEP-2: Select the user with
Signal to Noise Ratio
Maximum norm of channel.
STEP-3: Select all users in the 2
 k [h ] ro
k Bkro ,:
User set and then the users are k 
 l k hl / hl
2
1   H 2
allocated to the same group if their ( h
lK g
spatial signatures do not overlap
and are separated by a certain
guard interval.
STEP- 4: Verifying the throughput Mean Square Error
IMPACT ON SOCIETY :
during user Scheduling process 2
~ Real wireless world with no more limitation with access and
while adding new users.
K
hk  h k zone issues.
1
STEP-5: Store the result and MSE  
K k 1 hk
2
CONCLUSION :
calculate the throughput. The physical characteristics of ULA is exploited and simple
DFT based SBEM is proposed to represent the channel vectors with
fewer parameter dimensions which helps to reduce pilot overhead
significantly.

Prepared by, Guided by,


V. Priyadharshini (201403263)
C. Prabhabathi Devi (201403118) Dr.G.Indumathi M.E.,Ph.D.