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Emil Björnson
Emil Björnson
Professor of Wireless Communication, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
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Massive MIMO networks: Spectral, energy, and hardware efficiency
E Björnson, J Hoydis, L Sanguinetti
Foundations and Trends® in Signal Processing 11 (3-4), 154-655, 2017
11512017
Massive MIMO: Ten myths and one critical question
E Björnson, EG Larsson, TL Marzetta
IEEE Communications Magazine 54 (2), 114-123, 2016
11002016
Massive MIMO systems with non-ideal hardware: Energy efficiency, estimation, and capacity limits
E Björnson, J Hoydis, M Kountouris, M Debbah
IEEE Transactions on information theory 60 (11), 7112-7139, 2014
9342014
Millimeter wave communications for future mobile networks
M Xiao, S Mumtaz, Y Huang, L Dai, Y Li, M Matthaiou, GK Karagiannidis, ...
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications 35 (9), 1909-1935, 2017
8372017
Optimal design of energy-efficient multi-user MIMO systems: Is massive MIMO the answer?
E Björnson, L Sanguinetti, J Hoydis, M Debbah
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, 2015
7522015
Massive MIMO for maximal spectral efficiency: How many users and pilots should be allocated?
E Björnson, EG Larsson, M Debbah
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, 2016
5682016
Intelligent reflecting surface versus decode-and-forward: How large surfaces are needed to beat relaying?
E Björnson, Ö Özdogan, EG Larsson
IEEE Wireless Communications Letters 9 (2), 244-248, 2019
5002019
Massive MIMO is a reality—What is next?: Five promising research directions for antenna arrays
E Björnson, L Sanguinetti, H Wymeersch, J Hoydis, TL Marzetta
Digital Signal Processing 94, 3-20, 2019
4532019
Optimal resource allocation in coordinated multi-cell systems
E Björnson, E Jorswieck
Foundations and Trends® in Communications and Information Theory 9 (2-3), 2013
4472013
Optimal multiuser transmit beamforming: A difficult problem with a simple solution structure [lecture notes]
E Bjornson, M Bengtsson, B Ottersten
IEEE Signal Processing Magazine 31 (4), 142-148, 2014
4292014
Prospective multiple antenna technologies for beyond 5G
J Zhang, E Björnson, M Matthaiou, DWK Ng, H Yang, DJ Love
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications 38 (8), 1637-1660, 2020
4272020
Intelligent reflecting surfaces: Physics, propagation, and pathloss modeling
Ö Özdogan, E Björnson, EG Larsson
IEEE Wireless Communications Letters 9 (5), 581-585, 2019
3992019
Making cell-free massive MIMO competitive with MMSE processing and centralized implementation
E Björnson, L Sanguinetti
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 19 (1), 77-90, 2019
3582019
Massive MIMO has unlimited capacity
E Björnson, J Hoydis, L Sanguinetti
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 17 (1), 574-590, 2018
3582018
Massive MIMO with Non-Ideal Arbitrary Arrays: Hardware Scaling Laws and Circuit-Aware Design
E Björnson, M Matthaiou, M Debbah
Transactions on Wireless Communications 14 (8), 4353-4368, 2015
3532015
A New Look at Dual-Hop Relaying: Performance Limits with Hardware Impairments
E Björnson, M Matthaiou, M Debbah
IEEE Transactions on Communications 61 (11), 4512-4525, 2013
3532013
Cooperative multicell precoding: Rate region characterization and distributed strategies with instantaneous and statistical CSI
E Bjornson, R Zakhour, D Gesbert, B Ottersten
IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing 58 (8), 4298-4310, 2010
3402010
Ubiquitous cell-free massive MIMO communications
G Interdonato, E Björnson, H Quoc Ngo, P Frenger, EG Larsson
EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking 2019 (1), 1-13, 2019
3122019
Massive MIMO and small cells: Improving energy efficiency by optimal soft-cell coordination
E Björnson, M Kountouris, M Debbah
International Conference on Telecommunications (ICT), 2013
2742013
A framework for training-based estimation in arbitrarily correlated Rician MIMO channels with Rician disturbance
E Bjornson, B Ottersten
IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing 58 (3), 1807-1820, 2010
2622010
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