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Title: Revisiting MIMO from a Circuits Perspective
Date: 31 March 2022
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM ET (New York time)
Duration: Approximately 1 Hour
Presenters: Dr. Robert W. Heath, Jr.
About the topic:
MIMO communication remains an important technology for wireless communication systems. In this tutorial, we revisit classical signal processing models for MIMO wireless communications. We consider how those models may be updated as MIMO systems go to higher carrier frequencies, broader bandwidths and new kinds of array architectures. Through these updates, we revisit concepts from antennas, circuits and array processing including impedance, broadband arrays, beam squint, mutual coupling and polarization.
Robert W. Heath, Jr. received the Ph.D. in EE from Stanford University. He is the Lampe Distinguished Professor at North Carolina State University. He has received several awards including the 2019 IEEE Kiyo Tomiyasu Award, the 2020 IEEE Signal Processing Society Donald G. Fink Overview Paper Award, and the 2020 North Carolina State University Innovator of the Year Award. He authored "Introduction to Wireless Digital Communication” (Prentice Hall in 2017) and "Digital Wireless Communication: Physical Layer Exploration Lab Using the NI USRP” (National Technology and Science Press in 2012). He co-authored “Millimeter Wave Wireless Communications” (Prentice Hall in 2014) and "Foundations of MIMO Communications" (Cambridge 2019). He is a member-at-large on the IEEE Communications Society Board-of-Governors (2020-2022) and is a past member-at-large on the IEEE Signal Processing Society Board-of-Governors (2016-2018). He is a licensed Amateur Radio Operator, a registered Professional Engineer in Texas, a Private Pilot, a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors, and a Fellow of the IEEE. communications.
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