millimeter wave

Analysis of Interference Cancellation in mmWave Cellular Systems

In this research, WNCG visiting graduate student Amir Jafari, WNCG graduate student Jeonghun Park and WNCG professor Robert Heath address the benefits of interference cancellation in millimeter-wave (mmWave) cellular systems. Considering a multiple antenna communications system with transmitting and receiving antennas, the receiving antennas can either be exploited to decode data streams in order to achieve spatial multiplexing, or alternatively the receiving antennas can be used to cancel the interference.

Three WNCG Professors Awarded $1 Million for 5G Research

WNCG Profs. François Baccelli, Jeff Andrews and Robert Heath were recently awarded a $1,000,000 research grant from the National Science Foundation for research on Millimeter Wave (mmW) cellular networks. The project is entitled "Fundamental Properties of Millimeter Wave Networks: Signal, Interference, and Connectivity” and will develop new mathematical and analysis tools to uncover the potential of mmW cellular networks.

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