IEEE Fellow,日本东北大学Fumiyuki Adachi教授学术报告

来源:信息科学与技术学院  作者:范平志  日期:2018-03-27  点击数:434

西南交通大学创源大讲堂

Innovative Source Lecture Hall, Southwest Jiaotong University

无线通信与信息编码前沿系列讲座

Lecture Series: Frontiers in Wireless Communications & Information Coding

 

报告题目(Title):  Recent Advances in Distributed MIMO

报告专家(Speaker): Prof. Fumiyuki Adachi, Tohoku University, Japan

报告时间(Time)2018329日,周四下午2:30-4:00pm

报告地点(Venue)西南交通大学犀浦校区9号楼X9521#会议室

主持人(Chair):  范平志Pingzhi Fan)

 

内容提要Outline of the Talk:

Recent Advances in Distributed MIMO  

The research and development of 5G mobile communications have been intensified. Significantly improving both the spectrum- and energy-efficiencies is demanded for providing enhanced mobile broadband services. One promising approach is the distributed MIMO (or distributed antennas) in which a number of antennas are distributed over a macro-cell area to exploit more the spatial distribution of users. In this talk, we will present recent advances in distributed MIMO transmission techniques: single-user STBC-TD, multi-user MMSE-SVD, adaptive channel estimation, and also blind SLM for suppressing the transmit signal PAPR. Although the transmission performance can be significantly improved over a macro-cell area, the cell-edge problem still exists. We will also present an inter-cell interference coordination (ICIC) to overcome this problem in distributed MIMO.

 

报告人简介(Short Biography of the Speaker):

Prof. Fumiyuki Adachi, Tohoku University ( http://www.mobile.ecei.tohoku.ac.jp )


Fumiyuki Adachi received the B.S. and Dr. Eng. degrees in electrical engineering from Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, in 1973 and 1984, respectively. In April 1973, he joined the Electrical Communications Laboratories of Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corporation (now NTT) and conducted various researches on digital cellular mobile communications. From July 1992 to December 1999, he was with NTT Mobile Communications Network, Inc. (now NTT DoCoMo, Inc.), where he led a research group on Wideband CDMA for 3G systems. Since January 2000, he has been with Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan. His research interest is in the area of wireless signal processing (multi-access, equalization, antenna diversity, adaptive transmission, channel coding, etc.) and networking.

 

He is an IEICE Fellow and an IEEE Fellow. He was a recipient of the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society Avant Garde Award 2000, IEICE Achievement Award 2002, Thomson Scientific Research Front Award 2004, Ericsson Telecommunications Award 2008, Telecom System Technology Award 2009, Prime Minister Invention Award 2010, British Royal Academy of Engineering Distinguished Visiting Fellowship 2011, KDDI Foundation Excellent Research Award 2012, VTS Conference Chair Award 2014, C&C Prize 2014, IEEE VTS Stuart Meyer Memorial Award 2017, and IEEE ComSoc RCC Technical Recognition Award 2017. He is listed in Highly Cited Researchers 2001 (http://hcr.stateofinnovation.thomsonreuters.com/page/archives).