2014
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Capacity-approaching Transmission and Distributed Radio Network for Broadband Mobile Communications

Abstract:

A pioneering fundamental study on the capacity of distributed antenna network and on the analysis of cell edge performance is conducted by introducing the performance metrics and a closed-form analytical method. In addition, the advantage of the spectrum efficiency and power efficiency of distributed network were shown, which provides the theoretical basis for practical development of the distributed network of the 4G system. Capacity-achievable transmission research and its engineering practice have been carried out, which can find important applications in broadband mobile communications to combat the limitation of spectrum and power resources.

Xiao-Hu You was born in August 25, 1962. He received his Ph.D. Degree from Southeast University, Nanjing, China, in Electrical Engineering in 1988. Since 1990, he has been working with National Mobile Communications Research Laboratory at Southeast University, where he is now the director and a Cheung Kong Scholarship Professor. His research interests include mobile communication systems, signal processing and its applications. He has contributed over 50 IEEE journal papers and 2 books in the areas of signal processing, artificial neural networks and wireless communication systems. He was the Premier Foundation Investigator of the China National Science Foundation. From 1999 to 2002, he was the Principal Expert of the C3G Project, responsible for organizing China’s 3G Mobile Communications R&D Activities. From 2001-2006, he was the Principal Expert of the national 863 Beyond 3G FuTURE Project. He was the recipient of China national first-class technical invention award in 2011.

Dr. You now is the Chairman of IEEE Nanjing Section. He was selected as IEEE Fellow due to his contributions to development of mobile communications in China.