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.
The 1st IITP-UNIST Low-Latency Network Workshop was successfully held in E208 at engineering building, UNIST with about 20 participants. To make this workshop happen, CP (Creative Planner) Yongjae Lim from IITP kindly visited UNIST for the first time and made a presentation on the ICT R&D strategy of Korea. 5 professors (listed on the right-hand… Continue reading
At June. 30, the NI technical seminar & practice were held in UNIST. The Software Defined Radios (SDN) is have emerged as a viable prototyping option for next generation wireless research. After introducing about NI SDN, the practice was proceeded using LabVIEW comms/ Universal Software Radio Peripheral (USRP) reconfigurable I/O(RIO) system. The main activities were focused on understanding algorithm for Field-programmable gate array… Continue reading
[From left: Kyunghan Lee, Hyun Jong Yang, Hyoil Kim, Changhee Joo] 5G mobile will be here by 2020. Remote surgery, cloud streaming gaming, drones, and robots will be all envisioned in 5G to bring better access and life-changing futuristic services to many. 5G will support 1,000-fold gain in capacity, hyper-connections for billion devices, and… Continue reading
“Overhearing at users can increase the total data rate in two-way relay networks” Chunguo Li (Southeast Univ.), Hyun Jong Yang (UNIST), Fan Sun (Stanford Univ.), John M. Cioffi (Stanford Univ.), and Luxi Yang (Southeast Univ.) got acceptance for the paper ” Multi-User Overhearing for Cooperative Two-Way Multi-Antenna Relays” in IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology (IF: 2.642) on June… Continue reading
[Figure: Underwater Acoustic Communication, *WHOI.edu] The Shallow-water Acoustic Variability Experiment 2015 (SAVEX15) is a joint underwater communication measurement campaign led by University of California San Diego and Korea Research Institute of Ships & Ocean Engineering (KRISO). The measurement will be conducted in shallow water (100m deep) in the Northern East Sea, ~100km southwest of Jeju… Continue reading
[Figure: Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS), *한국지능형교통체계협회] The AiSLab hosted Hyundai Autoever and gave a talk about “Next Generation Wireless Access in Vehicular Environment (WAVE)” on Apr. 28, 2015. The AiSLab group presented a brief summary on the conventional WAVE technologies including IEEE 802.11p and V2X in 3GPP, and overview of the ongoing research projects… Continue reading
From Apr. 15 to 17, the 25th Joint Conference on Communications and Information (JCCI) was held in Buyeo, Korea. Prof. Hyun Jong Yang and Hyunmyung Oh were invited to give a special talk “5G Multiple-Access: Latency vs. Spectral Efficiency.” In this talk, a new mega trend in the mobile communication toward ultra-low latency was introduced… Continue reading