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In this study, the authors propose a transceiver system for large-scale multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO) (LSM) wireless communications. The authors present the main challenges facing such LSM system, also, they find solutions for those problems. The transmitters in this proposed downlink system uses a simple fair user scheduling based on limited-feedback algorithm with basic random precodeing algorithm. On the other side, receivers employ constrained partial group decoder to detect their desired signals. Simulation is used to evaluate sum-rate performance of this LSM downlink system against the total number of users and signal-to-noise ratio, using different number of scheduled users and with various group sizes of jointly decoded users. Numerical results interestingly show an encouraging performance for the proposed transceiver system in this study to be considered as a candidate scheme for LSM communication systems.