3G/4G wireless systems employed multiple antennas at both the transmitter and receiver offered significant gains over single-antenna systems. MassiveMIMO (MM) is one of the 5G technologies, which supports to increase the demand for high speed data, capacity, energy efficiency and spectral efficiency. It is known that space-time multiplexing and/or coding offer attractive means of combating fading and increases the capacity in a multi-antenna communication. In this paper, MM downlink scenario is considered. Performance analysis using conventional precoders like Matched Filter (MF), Zero Forcing (ZF), Regularized Beamforming (RBF) and Minimum Mean Square Error (MMSE) with Singular Value Decomposition (SVD) based balanced equalizer are studied in spatio-temporal environment. Signal to Interference Ratio (SINR) and Bit-Error Rate (BER) are used as performance measures. Monte-Carlo simulations are carried out to compute BER and SINR in MATLAB. © 2016 IEEE.