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Date of this Version

12-29-2020

Abstract

Nowadays most discussed technology is mm-wave and 5G communication. The requirement of 5G technology is high bandwidth, high data rate, and low latency. To fulfil these requirements for the current growth in mobile communication multiple input multiple output antenna is used. This bibliometric paper throws light on the various methods used to improve mutual coupling between multiple antennas. Various mutual coupling reduction techniques that are used in MIMO antennas like Dielectric resonator antenna, Electromagnetic Bandgap Structure, Neutralization lines, Defected Ground Structures, Metamaterial, etc. are explained. Scopus database is used for this bibliometric review on mm-wave MIMO 5G technology from the year 2016 to 20th December 2020. This paper elaborates, a bibliometric survey of MIMO antennas used in 5G technology for an mm-wave frequency range.

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