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Thu., Nov. 03, 2016 to Fri., Nov. 04, 2016 , Fraunhofer-Forum, Berlin

Prof. Gia Khanh Tran

Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

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Gia Khanh Tran received the B.E., M.E. and D.E. degrees in electrical and electronic engineering from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, in 2006, 2008 and 2010 respectively. Currently, he is working as an Assistant Professor at the same university. He received IEEE VTS Japan 2006 Young Researcher’s Encouragement Award from IEEE VTS Japan Chapter in 2006 and two Best Paper Awards from IEICE in 2014. His research interests are baseband signal processing (MIMO/MU-MIMO etc.), localization, coordinated cellular networks and mm-wave communications in 5G. He had been working on several domestic/international R&D projects centered on mm-wave communications, including the FP7 EU-JP joint project MiWEBA (2013 - 2016). 


mmWave Access/Backhaul Integrated 5G Heterogeneous Networks

This talk introduces a demonstration system to prove the concept of mmWave integrated 5G heterogeneous networks (HetNet). Distinctive features of the developed demonstration system are four-fold. The one is world fastest mmWave access at 60 GHz band between a small-cell BS and a smartphone terminal achieving 6.1 Gbps. The second is 60 GHz 32x32 massive elements antenna to provide special shape of communication area. The third is mmWave backhaul between small-cell BSs and a gateway with full-duplex capability to enhance the spectral efficiency. The last is contents centric networking over the HetNet to realize seamless service between commercial LTE and mmWave accesses. In the demonstration, pedestrian users experience to download 1 GB file with just 1.3 s when passing through the area of mmWave access., Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan