Massive MIMO is a Big Deal at Nokia
At the recent Nokia Global Analyst Forum in Helsinki, after “5G” the phrase “massive MIMO” was the most frequently used. In this Insight, we examine what is behind this and why Nokia claim competitive superiority in massive multiple-input and multiple-output (MIMO). The term “massive MIMO” was first coined by Nokia Bell Labs researcher Dr. Thomas L. Marzetta in 2010 (now with NYU and recipient of the prestigious 2017 IEEE Industrial Innovation Award for his work on massive MIMO) and later published in book form.
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