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Hong Yang

Researcher at Bell Labs

Publications -  38
Citations -  4297

Hong Yang is an academic researcher from Bell Labs. The author has contributed to research in topics: MIMO & Telecommunications link. The author has an hindex of 17, co-authored 38 publications receiving 2659 citations.

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Cell-Free Massive MIMO Versus Small Cells

TL;DR: In this paper, the authors proposed a max-min power control algorithm to ensure uniformly good service throughout the area of coverage in a cell-free massive MIMO system, where each user is served by a dedicated access point.
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Cell-Free Massive MIMO versus Small Cells

TL;DR: Under uncorrelated shadow fading conditions, the cell-free scheme provides nearly fivefold improvement in 95%-likely per-user throughput over the small-cell scheme, and tenfold improvement when shadow fading is correlated.
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Precoding and Power Optimization in Cell-Free Massive MIMO Systems

TL;DR: Cell-free Massive MIMO is shown to provide five- to ten-fold improvement in 95%-likely per-user throughput over small-cell operation and a near-optimal power control algorithm is developed that is considerably simpler than exact max–min power control.
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Prospective Multiple Antenna Technologies for Beyond 5G

TL;DR: In this article, the authors survey three new multiple antenna technologies that can play key roles in beyond 5G networks: cell-free massive MIMO, beamspace massive mIMO and intelligent reflecting surfaces.
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Total energy efficiency of cellular large scale antenna system multiple access mobile networks

TL;DR: An LSAS with sixty-four OdB gain service antennas per cell can simultaneously serve 15 users with a total energy efficiency almost 1000 times greater than that of a typical LTE base station and at the same time more than quadruple the aggregate spectral efficiency.