HARNESSING HIDDEN DIVERSITY GAINS OF CELLULAR NETWORKS
Grant number: DP180101205 | Funding period: 2018 - 2020
This project aims to investigate novel communication schemes that can increase the capacity of mobile networks. The demand for wireless data by the Australian mobile users is expected to exceed the capacity of the Australian mobile networks. The expected outcomes of this project are communication schemes that can double the reliability of wireless links in mobile networks, and thereby significantly improve the capacity of mobile networks in Australia and around the world. Significant benefits are expected in all areas of society that rely on wireless communication of data.
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In this paper, we investigate the two-way communication between two users assisted by a reconfigurable intelligent surface (RIS). ..
Centralized Scheduling with Sum-Rate optimization in Flexible Half-Duplex Networks
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In this paper, we focus on maximization of the instantaneous sum-rate in flexible half-duplex networks, where nodes have the flexi..
Chemical Reactions-based Detection Mechanism for Molecular Communications
Trang Ngoc Cao, Vahid Jamali, Wayan Wicke, Phee Lep Yeoh, Nikola Zlatanov, Jamie Evans, Robert Schober
In molecular communications, the direct detection of signaling molecules may be challenging due to the lack of suitable sensors an..
Physical-Layer Security in Full-Duplex Multi-Hop Multi-User Wireless Network With Relay Selection
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