School of Engineering and Digital Arts

Research Seminar - 'Distributed Antenna Small-cell Network and Dense Heterogeneous Network for 5G' - Friday 28 April at 2 pm in JLT

Published: 10/03/2017

The next EDA Research Seminar entitled 'Distributed Antenna Small-cell Network and Dense Heterogeneous Network for 5G' in EDA will take place on Friday 28th April at 2 pm in JLT and will be delivered by Professor Fumiyuki Adachi, Specially Appointed Professor for Research Organization of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University, Japan.  

In the seminar, Professor Adachi will present the recent advances in distributed MIMO signal transmission for the distributed antenna small-cell network. Distributed MIMO signal transmission includes frequency-domain equalization, distributed MIMO diversity, distributed multi-user MIMO, low peak-to-average power ratio (PAPR) waveform design, etc. Also, we will discuss about the channel estimation problem. Since antennas and users are spatially distributed, MIMO channel has a sparse structure. This sparsity of MIMO channel can be exploited for channel estimation.  He will also present distributed radio resource management with respect to the frequency, time, and energy for the dense HetNet. A game theoretic SBS power on/off algorithm and a distributed dynamic channel assignment will be presented.

All members of staff are welcome to attend the seminar which will be chaired by Professor Jiangzhou Wang.

 

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Last Updated: 23/01/2017