The Internet of the future will, to a large extent, rely on mobile networks. Mobile data grew by 70% in 2012 and is predicted to grow 13-fold in the next 5 years. This puts very high demands on the development of mobile access technology. Multiple-antenna (MIMO) technology for wireless communications is becoming mature and incorporated into emerging wireless broadband standards like LTE. Basically, the more antennas the transmitter and the receiver are equipped with, the higher the number of possible signal paths and the better the performance in terms of data rate and link reliability. The price to pay is increased complexity of the hardware (number of RF amplifier frontends) and the complexity and energy consumption of the signal processing at both ends. Therefore MAMMOET will investigate a complete technological solution leveraging on innovative low-cost and drastically more efficient and flexible hardware.

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