Amrita RupereeAssociate Professor & Dean- Students Activities, VCET, University of Mumbai, India
Speech Title: Role of Massive MIMO and Next Generation Network
Abstract: Massive MIMO is an integral part of the next generation network. The pilot contamination is the major issue in Massive MIMO. We will cover Pilot contamination, the interference caused by reuse of the pilot signals to accommodate large number of users. It’s effect on the overall performance of the wireless network and Asynchronous pilot transmission with pilot hopping technique to enhance the data rate both for uplink and downlink with MMSE channel estimation in the presence of pilot contamination.
Biography: She has received her Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics in 1991 from Govt. College of Engineering, Ujjain, India and M.Tech. in Digital communication in 2000 from NIT, Bhopal, India. She has PhD in the area of Wireless Communication from S. N. D. T. University, Mumbai, India. With more than 25 years of teaching experience, she is currently associated with VCET, Mumbai University as an Associate Professor. Her research areas include Mobile Communication, Wireless Communication and Wireless Sensor Networks. She has over 15 publications in National/ International conferences and Journals to her credit.