Technical Committee on Radio Communication Systems (RCS), IEICE
Radio communication technologies are becoming more important in the provision of broadband and ubiquitous infrastructures for emerging wireless networks such as cellular (LTE, LTE-Advanced, NR, and 6G), wireless LAN, wireless mesh network, and terrestrial broadcasting.
The main objective of this technical committee is to facilitate research on radio communication systems designed for effectively utilizing the limited frequency resource and exploiting cable/contact-free mobility. For that purpose, conferences are held monthly as a place for exchanging information and enlightening new ideas through technical presentations and discussions between researchers, engineers, and users involved in extensive radio communication technologies. The specific topics are listed below.
|Wireless Communication Theory||Spectral Efficient Communication Systems, Channel Capacity Evaluation, Modulation / Demodulation Theory, Adaptive Signal Processing, Information Theory, Coding Theory, Security, Radio Network Architecture|
|Radio Communication Technologies||Mobile Communication Technologies, Fixed Wireless Access, Optical Wireless Communications, Diversity Techniques, Adaptive Radio Link Control, Forward Error Correction, Multiple-Input and Multiple-Output, Adaptive Equalization / Interference Canceller, RoF (radio on fiber)|
|Radio Access Technologies||Multiple Access Scheme, Multi-Carrier Transmission, Wireless LAN/PAN, Radio Resource Control, Broadcasting System, Cooperative / Collaborative Transmission, Synchronization Techniques, MAC|
|Wireless Networking Technologies||Multi-hop Network, Wireless Backhaul (Relay), Sensor Network, Handover, QoS Control, Distributed Network, Heterogeneous Network, Cross-Layer Design|
|Standardization activities, Implementation schemes||Link Budget Analysis, Mobile Station / Base Station Systems, Radio Network Controller, Modulation / Demodulation Circuit, Standardization, Wireless Sensing Techniques, Radiowave Propagation Measurement, Electromagnetic Compatibility|
|Chair||Eiji Okamoto||Nagoya Inst. of Tech.|
|Vice Chair||Toshihiko Nishimura||Hokkaido Univ.|
|Assistant||Koichi Adachi||Univ. of Electro-Comm.|
|Manabu Sakai||Mitsubishi Electric|
|Tatsuki Okuyama||NTT DOCOMO|