The “MIMO Role in High-speed Communications: Technologies, Markets and Applications” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
This report researches advanced technologies and markets for wireless and wired communications systems that are supported by MIMO – Multiple Input/Multiple Output structures – to enhance their performance.
Users’ demand for more efficient networking brought to life many technological innovations. One of them is MIMO, which became very popular in wireless systems – almost all recent and future 3GPP standards use (or will be using) variations of such a technique. MIMO is also used in wireline systems.
This report is based on the analysis of MIMO-based communications systems, their technologies and markets specifics.
The following industry standards that utilize MIMO have been considered:
- 3GPP LTE
- IEEE 802.11ac
- HomePlug AV2
- ITU G.hn.
The goal of this report is to characterize MIMO advantages and specifics for each standard. It also addresses market characteristics of discussed technologies. The report concentrates on profiling the industry players and their products.
MIMO characteristics, structures, and types are also addressed and compared. The report also surveys patents related to the discussed subjects.
The report is written for a wide audience of managers and technical staff that involved in the design and implementation of advanced communications systems.
Key Topics Covered
1.4 Research Methodology
1.5 Target Audience
2. MIMO – Concept, Functions and Types
2.2 Concept – MIMO in Wireless Communications
2.3 Types of MIMO – Examples
2.4 MIMO Benefits (Wireless Systems)
3. MIMO in Wireless Systems
3.1 LTE Development and MIMO
3.2 IEEE802.11ax and MIMO
3.3 MIMO Role in 802.11ac Development
3.4 802.11ay and MIMO Technology
4. MIMO in Wireline Communications
4.1 HomePNA and ITU MIMO-based Technologies
- Altair Semiconductor (a Sony Group Company)
- Aruba – HP
- Gigafast Ethernet
- Lea Networks
- Lime Microsystems
- Motorola Solutions
- Qualcomm Atheros
- Sigma Designs
- and many more…
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