A new research project on “Self-powered Miniature Nationwide Mobile Position Tracker System Technology”, funded by IITP ITRC.

In this project, we study and develop a communication/network system for active mobile trackers working without any extra power source. In the mother project, fundamental technologies underpinning a self-powered miniature nationwide mobile position tracker system are developed. As the third sub-project, we develop wide area sensor communication network systems to support the active trackers.

{J20} B. C. Jung, S. M. Kim, W.-Y. Shin, and H. J. Yang*, “Optimal multiuser diversity in multi-cell MIMO uplink networks: user scaling law and beamforming design,” MDPI Entropy, vol. 19, no. 393, pp. 1-14, 2017.

{J20} B. C. Jung, S. M. Kim, W.-Y. Shin, and H. J. Yang*, “Optimal multiuser diversity in multi-cell MIMO uplink networks: user scaling law and beamforming design,” MDPI Entropy, vol. 19, no. 393, pp. 1-14, 2017.   Abstact We introduce a distributed protocol to achieve multiuser diversity in a multicell multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) uplink network, referred… Continue reading