Work place: Electrical & Information Engineering Dept Covenant University, Ota Ogun State Nigeria
Research Interests: Computer systems and computational processes, Computer Architecture and Organization, Data Structures and Algorithms, Analysis of Algorithms, Mathematics of Computing, Models of Computation
Atayero is The Covenant University Professor of Communication Engineering and current Vice-Chancellor of the University. He served as the pioneer Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic), Coordinator School of Engineering, and twice as HOD of Electrical and Information Engineering of the University. Professor Atayero has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Radio Engineering and a Master of Science Degree in Satellite Communication Systems in 1992 and 1994 respectively. He earned his PhD from the Moscow State Technical University of Civil Aviation (MSTUCA) in 2000. Atayero is a Fellow of the Science Association of Nigeria (FSAN) as well as a Senior Research Fellow of the International Association of Research Scholars and Administrators. Engineer Atayero is a COREN Registered Engineer and member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) and other professional bodies. He has published over a hundred scientific papers in International peer-reviewed journals and proceedings. He is on the editorial board of several international scientific and engineering Journals. Atayero is a recipient of various awards and scholarships including the ‘2009 Ford Foundation Teaching Innovation Award’. His current research interests are in various aspects of Communication Engineering, including (but not limited to): Wireless Sensor Networks, Wireless (Mobile) Communications, Internet of Things (IoT), Smart Cities, and Cyber Physical Systems.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijcnis.2019.08.03, Pub. Date: 8 Aug. 2019
In the proposed 5G architecture where cell densification is expected to be used for network capacity enhancement, the deployment of millimetre wave (mmWave) massive multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) in urban microcells located outdoor is expected to be used for high channel capacity small cell wireless traffic backhauling as the use of copper and optic-fibre cable becomes infeasible owing to the high cost and issues with right of way. The high cost of radio frequency (RF) chain and its prohibitive power consumption are big drawbacks for mmWave massive MIMO transceiver implementation and the complexity of using optimal detection algorithm as a result of inter-channel interference (ICI) as the base station antenna approaches large numbers. Spatial modulation (SM) and Generalized Spatial Modulation (GSM) are new novel techniques proposed as a low-complexity, low cost and low-power-consumption MIMO candidate with the ability to further reduce the RF chain for mmWave massive MIMO hybrid beamforming systems. In this work, we present the principles of generalized spatial modulation aided hybrid beamforming (GSMA-HBF) and its use for cost-effective, high energy efficient mmWave massive MIMO transceiver for small cell wireless backhaul in a 5G ultra-dense network.[...] Read more.
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