This tutorial presentation provides a review of the main concepts underlying the multiuser MIMO technology and specifically the case where the number of jointly processed infrastructure antennas is much larger than the number of simultaneously served users (the so-called ``massive MIMO'').
Then we shall also consider the consequences of scaling up the carrier frequency, in the range between 6 and 60 GHz, on the signal processing and architectural design of large multiuser MIMO systems. Overall we shall support the argument that a combination of massive MIMO macro-cells and mm-wave hotspots can deliver the 1000x wireless throughput increase that 5G systems are expected to deliver.
Dr. Merouane Debbah (Huawei R&D Center Paris, France)
Tutorial B: Massive MTC - connecting the many devices to the network (50 min)
Dr. Thomas Haustein (Fraunhofer HHI, Berlin, Germany)
Tutorial C: Mission Critical Communication - Low Latency and Ultra Reliable Communication (50 min)