{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

{d04} H. Oh and H. J. Yang, “PAPR Reduction Scheme Using Selective Mapping in GFDM,” The Journal of The Korean Institute of Communication Sciences, vol. 41, no. 6, June 2016, pp. 698-706.

[d04] Hyunmyung Oh and Hyun Jong Yang. “PAPR Reduction Scheme Using Selective Mapping in GFDM” The Journal of The Korean Institute of Communication Sciences, 41.6 (2016.6): 698-706.   Abstract 기존 직교 주파수 분할 다중 방식 (orthogonal frequency division multiplexing; OFDM)에서는 최대전력 대 평균전력 비 (peak to average power ratio; PAPR)가 높아 회로 설계에 대한 어려움과, 신회 왜곡… Continue reading

{C23} W. Park and H. J. Yang*, “On spectral efficiency of asynchronous GFDMA and SC-FDMA in frequency selective channels,” in Proc. IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, May 2016.

[C23] W. Park and H. J. Yang*, “On spectral efficiency of asynchronous GFDMA and SC-FDMA in frequency selective channels,” in Proc. IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC), May 2016. Abstract In the fifth generation mobile communication, futuristic wireless services such as remote surgery, steaming gaming, tactile internet, and augmented reality are envisioned, which require real-time end-to-end… Continue reading

{J16} W. Park, H. J. Yang*, and H. M. Oh, “Sum-rates of asynchronous GFDMA and SC-FDMA for 5G uplink,” ICT Express, vol. 1, no. 3, pp.127-131, Dec. 2015

W. Park, H. J. Yang*, and H. M. Oh, “Sum-rates of asynchronous GFDMA and SC-FDMA for 5G uplink,”  ICT Express, vol. 1, no. 3, pp.127-131, Dec. 2015 Abstract The fifth generation (5G) mobile envisions ultra-low latency less than 1ms for end-to-end communications. To this end, frameless asynchronous multiple-access may be needed to allow users to… Continue reading