Super-resolution channel estimation for mmWave massive MIMO with hybrid precoding

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Authors Chaofang Hu, Linglong Dai, Talha Mahin Mir, Zhen Gao, Jun Fang
Journal/Conference Name IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology
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Paper Abstract Channel estimation is challenging for millimeter-wave massive MIMO with hybrid precoding, since the number of radio frequency chains is much smaller than that of antennas. Conventional compressive sensing based channel estimation schemes suffer from severe resolution loss due to the channel angle quantization. To improve the channel estimation accuracy, we propose an iterative reweight-based superresolution channel estimation scheme in this paper. By optimizing an objective function through the gradient descent method, the proposed scheme can iteratively move the estimated angle of arrivals/departures towards the optimal solutions, and finally realize the superresolution channel estimation. In the optimization, a weight parameter is used to control the tradeoff between the sparsity and the data fitting error. In addition, a singular value decomposition-based preconditioning is developed to reduce the computational complexity of the proposed scheme. Simulation results verify the better performance of the proposed scheme than conventional solutions.
Date of publication 2018
Code Programming Language MATLAB
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