References For 5G Millimeter Wave (mmWave) Wireless

The vast amount of radio spectrum available, combined with recent improvements in semiconductors and antennas, make millimeter wave (mmWave) spectrum a promising candidate for amazing new capabilities for future wireless communication networks. Our work at NYU WIRELESS has demonstrated that mmWave wireless is quite feasible to achieve bandwidths that are thousands of times greater than today’s 4G LTE wireless systems, and we have an active research program with support from our NYU WIRELESS industrial affiliates companies.

The following list of references give insights into the early work aimed at developing mmWave wireless, and the potential it offers for the fifth generation (5G) of wireless technologies(5G mmWave). Possible use cases and exciting new applications can be seen in the 2012 IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference Plenary talk, and many industry and academic leaders are conducting pioneering work in this field, as seen below.

Prof. Rappaport's Keynote Address: International Conference on Communications (ICC' 14), June 13, 2014 , Sydney, Australia

2012 IEEE Vehicular Technology Conf. Keynote talk- vision and technologies

Technical feasibility of IMT in the bands above 6 GHz

IEEE 2011 Proceedings-vision and many technology issues in-depth

Samsung Vision at ICC 2013 by Wonil Roh

Intel Vision at ICC 2013 by Ali Sadri

NYU Millimeter Wave Beamforming Propagation Channel at ICC 2013 by Ted Rappaport(Millimeter Wave Cellular : A road to 5G)

60 GHz technologies

June 2013 IEEE Spectrum


Select Publications on 5g mmWave

Google Scholar Publication List

A. I. Sulyman,  A. T. Nassar,  M. K. Samimi, G. R. MacCartney, T. S. Rappaport, and A. Alsanie, “Radio propagation path  loss models for 5G cellular  networks  in the  28 GHz and  38 GHz millimeter-wave bands,” Communications Magazine,  IEEE,  vol. 52, pp. 78–86, September 2014

G. R. MacCartney and  T.  S. Rappaport, “73 GHz millimeter  wave propagation measurements for out- door urban  mobile and backhaul  communications in New York City,”  in Communications (ICC), 2014 IEEE International Conference  on, pp. 4862–4867, June  2014

 

N. Shuai, G. R. MacCartney, S. Sun, and T. S. Rappaport, “28 GHz and 73 GHz signal outage  study  for millimeter  wave cellular and backhaul  communications,” in Communications (ICC), 2014 IEEE  International Conference  on, pp. 4856–4861, June  2014

 

S. Sun,  G. R. MacCartney, M. K. Samimi,  S. Nie, and  T.  S. Rappaport, “Millimeter  wave multi-beam antenna combining  for 5G cellular  link improvement  in New York City,”  in Communications (ICC),  2014 IEEE  International Conference  on, pp. 5468–5473, June  2014

 

S. Rangan,  T.  S. Rappaport, and  E. Erkip,  “Millimeter-wave cellular  wireless networks:  Potentials and challenges,”  Proceedings  of the IEEE,  vol. 102, pp. 366–385, March  2014

 

S. Sun and  T. Rappaport, “Wideband mmwave  channels:  Implications  for design and  implementation of adaptive beam antennas,” in Microwave Symposium (IMS), 2014 IEEE  MTT-S International, pp. 1–4, June 2014

 

T. A. Thomas,  H. C. Nguyen, G. R. MacCartney, Jr.,  and T. S. Rappaport, “3D mmWave  channel model proposal,”  in Vehicular  Technology Conference  (VTC Fall), 2014 IEEE  80th, Sept 2014

 

H. C. Nguyen,  G. R. MacCartney, Jr.,  T. A. Thomas,  T. S. Rappaport, B. Vejlgaard,  and  P. Mogensen, “Evaluation of empirical  ray-tracing model for an urban  outdoor  scenario at 73 GHz E-Band,” in Vehicular Technology Conference  (VTC Fall), 2014 IEEE  80th, Sept 2014

 

A. Ghosh,  T.  A. Thomas,  M. C. Cudak,  R. Ratasuk, P.  Moorut,  F.  W. Vook, T.  S. Rappaport, G. R. MacCartney, S. Sun, and  S. Nie, “Millimeter-wave enhanced  local area  systems:  A high-data-rate approach for future  wireless networks,”  Selected  Areas  in Communications, IEEE  Journal  on, vol. 32, pp. 1152–1163, June  2014

 

 M. R. Akdeniz,  Y. Liu, M. K. Samimi,  S. Sun, S. Rangan,  T. S. Rappaport, and  E. Erkip,  “Millimeter wave channel  modeling and cellular capacity  evaluation,” Selected  Areas  in Communications, IEEE  Journal on, vol. 32, pp. 1164–1179, June  2014

 

A. Adhikary, E. Al-Safadi, M. K. Samimi, R. Wang, G. Caire, T. S. Rappaport, and A. F. Molisch, “Joint spatial  division and multiplexing for mm-Wave  channels,”  Selected Areas  in Communications, IEEE  Journal on, vol. 32, pp. 1239–1255, June  2014

J.  N. Murdock  and  T.  S. Rappaport,  “Consumption factor  and  power-efficiency factor:  A theory  for evaluating the  energy  efficiency of cascaded  communication systems,”  Selected  Areas  in  Communications, IEEE  Journal  on, vol. 32, pp. 221–236, February 2014

 

M. K.  Samimi  and  T.  S. Rappaport, “Ultra-wideband statistical channel  model  for non  line of sight millimeter-wave urban channels,” in Global Telecommunications Conference  (GLOBECOM 2014), 2014 IEEE, pp. 8–12, Dec 2014

 

M.  K.  Samimi  and  T.  S. Rappaport, “Characterization of the  28 GHz  millimeter-wave dense  urban channel for future  5G mobile cellular,”  Tech. Rep. 2014-001, NYU WIRELESS: Department of Electrical  and Computer Engineering,  NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering,  Brooklyn,  New York, June  2014

 

S. K.  Sun  and  T.  S. Rappaport, “Antenna diversity  combining  and  beamforming  at  millimeter  wave frequencies,”  Tech.  Rep. 2014-002, NYU WIRELESS: Department of Electrical  and  Computer Engineering, NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering,  Brooklyn,  New York, June  2014

 

S. Nie, M. K. Samimi,  T. Wu,  S. Deng, and  T. S. Rappaport, “73 GHz millimeter-wave  indoor and  fo- liage propagation channel  measurements and  results,”  Tech.  Rep. 2014-003, NYU WIRELESS: Department of Electrical  and Computer Engineering,  NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering,  Brooklyn,  New York, July 2014

 

T. S. Rappaport, W. Roh, and K. Cheun, “Mobile’s millimeter-wave makeover,”  Spectrum, IEEE,  vol. 51, pp. 34–58, Sept 2014

 

Y. Azar,  G. N. Wong,  K. Wang,  R. Mayzus,  J.  K. Schulz, H. Zhao, F. Gutierrez, D. Hwang, and  T. S. Rappaport, “28 GHz propagation measurements for outdoor  cellular  communications using steerable  beam antennas in New York City,”  in Communications (ICC), 2013 IEEE  International Conference  on, pp. 5143–5147, June  2013

 

T. S. Rappaport, S. Sun, R. Mayzus, H. Zhao, Y. Azar, K. Wang, G. N. Wong, J. K. Schulz, M. Samimi, and  F.  Gutierrez, “Millimeter  wave  mobile  communications for 5g cellular:  It  will work!,”  Access,  IEEE, vol. 1, pp. 335–349, 2013

 

S. Nie, G.  R.  MacCartney, S. Sun,  and  T.  S. Rappaport, “72 GHz  millimeter  wave  indoor  measure- ments for wireless and backhaul  communications,” in Personal Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC), 2013 IEEE  24th International Symposium on, pp. 2429–2433, Sept 2013

 

M. Samimi,  K. Wang,  Y. Azar, G. N. Wong, R. Mayzus,  H. Zhao, K. Schulz, S. Sun, F. Gutierrez, and T. S. Rappaport, “28 GHz angle of arrival  and  angle of departure analysis  for outdoor  cellular  communica- tions  using steerable  beam  antennas in new york city,”  in Vehicular  Technology Conference  (VTC Spring), 2013 IEEE  77th, pp. 1–6, June  2013

 

T.  S. Rappaport, F.  Gutierrez, E.  Ben-Dor,  J.  N.  Murdock,  Y.  Qiao,  and  J.  I.  Tamir,   “Broadband millimeter-wave propagation  measurements and  models  using  adaptive-beam antennas for outdoor  urban cellular  communications,” Antennas and Propagation,  IEEE  Transactions on, vol. 61, pp. 1850–1859, April 2013

 

S. Sun and  T.  S. Rappaport, “Multi-beam antenna combining  for 28 ghz cellular  link improvement  in urban  environments,” in Global Communications Conference  (GLOBECOM), 2013 IEEE,  pp.  3754–3759, Dec 2013

 

H. Zhao, R. Mayzus, S. Sun, M. K. Samimi, J. K. Schulz, Y. Azar, K. Wang,  G. N. Wong, F. Gutierrez, and T. S. Rappaport, “28 GHz millimeter  wave cellular communication measurements for reflection and pene- tration loss in and around  buildings in New York City,”  in Communications (ICC), 2013 IEEE  International Conference  on, pp. 5163–5167, June  2013

 

G. R. MacCartney, J. Zhang, S. Nie, and T. S. Rappaport, “Path loss models for 5G millimeter wave prop- agation  channels  in urban  microcells,”  in Global Communications Conference  (GLOBECOM), 2013 IEEE, pp. 3948–3953, Dec 2013

 

 

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