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    Title: A Estimation Method for Finding the Hotspot Charging Zone of Wireless Power Transfer via 5G Massive MIMO Network
    Authors: Liao, Yu-De;Lin, Ting-Wei;Wang, An-Sung;Ching-Chang Wong, Yang-Han Lee;Yuan, Qiaowei;Shinohara, Naoki;Chen, Qiang
    Keywords: Massive MIMO;Beamforming;wireless Power Transfer
    Date: 2016/12/18
    Issue Date: 2016-12-17 02:12:25 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The 5G wireless mobile communications systems will be deployed beyond 2020. Missive MIMO technologies have been used in the forthcoming 5G mobile communications systems. How to make more small cells in the sleep state for energy saving in ultra-dense has become a research topics. In the future of 5G mobile network, it is not easy to find the best place for charging zone in WPT via 5G massive MIMO small cell system. In this paper, we propose a method to estimate the hotspot charging zone of WPT via 5G massive MIMO Network. By using a 5G Massive MIMO network with several difference beams per cell, the beams from massive MIMO network could superimpose at a hotspot area which could be the optimal charging zone candidates. By using the estimation algorithm of this paper, the 5G mobile phone users can get the faster charging zone under the guiding through our system.
    Relation: 2016 Asian Wireless Power Transfer Workshop (AWPT 2016)
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