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Massive MIMO Unsourced Random Access

by   Alexander Fengler, et al.

We consider an extension of the massive unsourced random access originally proposed by Polyanskiy to the case where the receiver has a very large number of antennas (a massive MIMO base station) and no channel state information is given to the receiver (fully non-coherent detection). Our coding approach borrows the concatenated coding idea from Amalladinne et. al., combined with a novel non-Bayesian `activity detection' algorithm for massive MIMO random access channels, that outperforms currently proposed Bayesian vector AMP (VAMP) schemes currently proposed for activity detection, and does not suffer from the numerical instabilities and requirement for accurate a priori statistics as VAMP. We show that the required transmit E_b/N_0 for reliable communication can be made arbitrarily small as the number of receiver antennas M grows sufficiently large.


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