The next generation of wireless transmission technology 5G is expected to support the development of high frequency channel models, so the interpretation of high frequency bands is the most important issue in radio propagation research. In this paper, multiple urban microcellular measurements have been carried out at 80 GHz. The collected data is uniformly analyzed to compare the simulation results of 5G MIMO models with the proposed algorithms using network Downlink Essentials 5G MIMO LTE-A and MIMO-OFDM. The 4 × 4 MIMO is an inwardly inﬂuential and 8 × 8 MIMO has accuracy of 89% for the frequencies 100 MHz to 80 GHz with bit-error-rate ( BER) of 0.02323 which show that with less time-consumption, MIMO LTE-A and MIMO-OFDM provides better accuracy and demand on the network. It also shows that these new methods with 4 × 4 MIMO, 2 × 2 better MRC equalizer and ZF equalizer achieves reliability of 99.999%
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Suganthi, B. and Vennila, C.
"Performance Simulation of Higher Frequency band Models for D2D application of 5G technology,"
Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences: Vol. 11:
6, Article 20.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/amis/vol11/iss6/20