Dataset Projects

SoftNull

SoftNull is a transmission beamforming based self-interference reduction technique for massive MIMO systems. It eliminates the need for analog cancellers and hence use many antennas to enable a new functionality in “software,” i.e., current half-duplex radio based architecture can be used to achieve full-duplex behavior.

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Argos Channel Survey

In this project, a comprehensive many-antenna MU-MIMO channel measurement campaign was conducted. The measurement system used, supports full mobility with very high time-frequency resolution. Channel traces in the UHF, 2.4 GHz, and 5 GHz bands, in diverse environments, with up to 96 base-station antennas serving 8 users is reported.

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