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Elektro- och informationsteknik

Lunds Tekniska Högskola | Lunds universitet

ETIN15 Radiosystem

Studentredovisning

2015/2016


Journal paper study and presentation

Groups and selected papers

MAY 16 presentations:

  • Sara Gunnarsson, Andrés Felipe Garcia and Hao Wu: E. Björnson, E. G. Larsson and T. L. Marzetta, "Massive MIMO: ten myths and one critical question," in IEEE Communications Magazine, vol. 54, no. 2, pp. 114-123, February 2016.
  • Luiz Siviero, Lucas Yukio Nascimento Matsukuma and José María Roldán Gil:  S. Y. Lien, C. C. Chien, F. M. Tseng and T. C. Ho, "3GPP device-to-device communications for beyond 4G cellular networks," in IEEE Communications Magazine, vol. 54, no. 3, pp. 29-35, March 2016.
  • Ziqi Zhou,Jingwei Wang and Yilin Wang: N. Yang, L. Wang, G. Geraci, M. Elkashlan, J. Yuan and M. D. Renzo, "Safeguarding 5G wireless communication networks using physical layer security," in IEEE Communications Magazine, vol. 53, no. 4, pp. 20-27, April 2015.
  • Rajeshwari Yogi and Adyasha Panda: D. Mishra, S. De, S. Jana, S. Basagni, K. Chowdhury and W. Heinzelman, "Smart RF energy harvesting communications: challenges and opportunities," in IEEE Communications Magazine, vol. 53, no. 4, pp. 70-78, April 2015.
  • Abhishek Saini, Wissam Moustafa and Aamer Al Hamwi: A. Ali, W. Hamouda and M. Uysal, "Next generation M2M cellular networks: challenges and practical considerations," in IEEE Communications Magazine, vol. 53, no. 9, pp. 18-24, September 2015.

MAY 18 presentations:

  • George Caraus and Eray Duran: F. Boccardi et al., "Why to decouple the uplink and downlink in cellular networks and how to do it," in IEEE Communications Magazine, vol. 54, no. 3, pp. 110-117, March 2016.
  • Dimitris Kalomoiris and Nikolai Panagiotou: L. Hobert, A. Festag, I. Llatser, L. Altomare, F. Visintainer and A. Kovacs, "Enhancements of V2X communication in support of cooperative autonomous driving," in IEEE Communications Magazine, vol. 53, no. 12, pp. 64-70, Dec. 2015.
  • Tian Xu and Bofei Wang: S. Bi, R. Zhang, Z. Ding and S. Cui, "Wireless communications in the era of big data," in IEEE Communications Magazine, vol. 53, no. 10, pp. 190-199, October 2015.
  • Khalid Amin and Mohammad Zafar Mohammad: A. Zanella, N. Bui, A. Castellani, L. Vangelista and M. Zorzi, "Internet of Things for Smart Cities," in IEEE Internet of Things Journal, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 22-32, Feb. 2014.

Paper selection

The suggested source of papers for the study is IEEE Communications Magazine (from March 2015 to March 2016). While on the Lund University network, you have full access to all IEEE journals and magazines. If you want, you may find interesting papers for the study in other publications too.

PAPER SELECTION PROCEDURE:

  1. Form a study group (2-3 students) and an interesting paper.
  2. Send paper reference and group members in an e-mail to me (Ove.Edfors@eit.lth.se), with the course code ETIN15 somewhere in the subject line, for approval.
  3. When you get an OK, the paper selection/group members will appear above under "Presentation groups".

NOTE: A quick and easy way to get a complete paper refence for your e-mail to me is to use the "Download Citations" function on the left side of the IEEE Xplore "front page" of the paper. 

SOME SUGGESTED PAPERS:

  • Z. Ding et al., "Application of smart antenna technologies in simultaneous wireless information and power transfer," in IEEE Communications Magazine, vol. 53, no. 4, pp. 86-93, April 2015.
  • R. W. Stewart et al., "A low-cost desktop software defined radio design environment using MATLAB, simulink, and the RTL-SDR," in IEEE Communications Magazine, vol. 53, no. 9, pp. 64-71, September 2015.
  • P. T. Dat, A. Kanno, N. Yamamoto and T. Kawanishi, "WDM RoF-MMW and linearly located distributed antenna system for future high-speed railway communications," in IEEE Communications Magazine, vol. 53, no. 10, pp. 86-94, October 2015.
  • G. Sklivanitis, A. Gannon, S. N. Batalama and D. A. Pados, "Addressing next-generation wireless challenges with commercial software-defined radio platforms," in IEEE Communications Magazine, vol. 54, no. 1, pp. 59-67, January 2016.
  • F. Dressler et al., "From radio telemetry to ultra-low-power sensor networks: tracking bats in the wild," in IEEE Communications Magazine, vol. 54, no. 1, pp. 129-135, January 2016.
  • M. A. Sedaghat, V. I. Barousis, R. R. Müller and C. B. Papadias, "Load modulated arrays: a low-complexity antenna," in IEEE Communications Magazine, vol. 54, no. 3, pp. 46-52, March 2016.
  • M. Abdelaziz, Z. Fu, L. Anttila, A. M. Wyglinski and M. Valkama, "Digital predistortion for mitigating spurious emissions in spectrally agile radios," in IEEE Communications Magazine, vol. 54, no. 3, pp. 60-69, March 2016.

General hints

  • Select a paper (from IEEE Communications Magazine, as decribed above, or find an interesting paper somewhere else) and start reading it now.
  • MATLAB or similar tools are useful for playing around with expressions and plotting results to get a better understanding of the contents of the paper.
  • Consult the references of the paper, if necessary.
  • Many papers can be downloded through the LU Library or directly from IEEE Xplore (if you sit at a computer with a Lund University IP number).
  • The teachers are available for questions! Send and e-mail with a direct question or a request for a meeting.

Oral presentation

  • By preparing the presentation in MS PowerPoint, or a similar software, it will be easy to make it neat and to use pictures for illustrations. A computer and a beamer (video projector) will be available at the presentation.
  • Send a draft of the presentation slides to Ove Edfors (for comments), no later than three days before the presentation.
  • Send your final presentation to Ove Edfors, no later than the night before the presentation.
  • The presentation is ONLY 10 minutes. Try to keep your presentation to no more than 10 slides.
  • The presentation should answer the following questions (in a wide sense, depending on the paper)
    1. What is the aim of the paper?
    2. Which problem is addressed?
    3. How is the problem addressed?
    4. What are the important results?
    5. Which conclusions are drawn?