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Technical Committee on Radio Communication Systems (RCS)  (2020)

Chair: Eiji Okamoto (Nagoya Inst. of Tech.)
Vice Chair: Fumiaki Maehara (Waseda Univ.), Toshihiko Nishimura (Hokkaido Univ.), Tomoya Tandai (Toshiba)
Secretary: Osamu Muta (Kyushu Univ.), Kazushi Muraoka (NEC)
Assistant: Koichi Adachi (Univ. of Electro-Comm.), Osamu Nakamura (Sharp), Manabu Sakai (Mitsubishi Electric), Masashi Iwabuchi (NTT), Tatsuki Okuyama (NTT DOCOMO)

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RCS 2020-06-24
Online Online Autonomous Decentralized Transmission Timing Control in Sensor Network
Aoto Kaburaki, Naoki Aihara, Koichi Adachi (UEC), Osamu Takyu (Shinshu Univ.), Mai Ota (Fukuoka Univ.), Takeo Fujii (UEC) RCS2020-23
 [more] RCS2020-23
RCS 2020-06-24
Online Online Probabilistic Binary Offloading for Wireless Powered-MEC and Its Performance Evaluation
Takuya Kobayashi, Koichi Adachi (UEC) RCS2020-24
 [more] RCS2020-24
RCS 2020-06-24
Online Online Investigation of Adaptive Transmission Rate Control Based on Machine Learning Using Only ACK/NAK Feedback
Takumi Endo, Kenichi Higuchi (Tokyo Univ. of Science) RCS2020-25
This paper investigates an adaptive transmission rate control based on machine learning using only ACK/NAK feedback info... [more] RCS2020-25
RCS 2020-06-24
Online Online Performance Evaluation of Multiplexing Method of Multiple Service Channels to Maximize Integrated System Throughput under Finite Traffic Model
Shusei Inoue, Kenichi Higuchi (Tokyo Univ. of Science) RCS2020-26
The fifth generation mobile communication system and beyond are expected to support various wireless communication servi... [more] RCS2020-26
RCS 2020-06-24
Online Online Visible light communications using a high-speed display and CMOS image sensor -- A study on a modulation and demodulation for high-speed display of tramsmitted data --
Taiga Hayashi, Hiraku Okada (Nagoya Univ.), Kentaro Kobayashi (Meijo Univ.), Tadahiro Wada (Sizuoka Univ.), Masaaki Katayama (Nagoya Univ.) RCS2020-27
 [more] RCS2020-27
RCS 2020-06-24
Online Online Interleaver-Linked Receiver Beamforming for IDMA-Based Random Access in TDD System
Yotaro Murakami (Tokyo Univ. of Science), Yoshihisa Kishiyama (NTT DOCOMO), Kenichi Higuchi (Tokyo Univ. of Science) RCS2020-28
This paper proposes a novel interleaver-linked receiver beamforming in time division duplex (TDD)-interleave division mu... [more] RCS2020-28
RCS 2020-06-24
Online Online Interleaver-Linked Receiver Beamforming with Transmitter Channel Equalization in TDD-IDMA-Based Random Access
Yuto Muroki (Tokyo Univ. of Science), Yoshihisa KIshiyama (NTT DOCOMO), Kenichi Higuchi (Tokyo Univ. of Science) RCS2020-29
This paper proposes a transmission/reception protocol that combines our previously reported interleaver-linked receiver ... [more] RCS2020-29
RCS 2020-06-24
Online Online Study on Applying Radio -Wave Encryption to Interleave Division Multiple Access Scheme
Mamoru Okumura, Tomoki Kaga, Eiji Okamoto (NIT), Tetsuya Yamamoto (Panasonic) RCS2020-30
One of the main use cases of the fifth-generation mobile communications system (5G) is massive machine-type communicatio... [more] RCS2020-30
RCS 2020-06-25
Online Online Design of Millimeter-wave UAV Base Station for Access Link
Masanori Ozasa, Jin Nakazato, Kosuke Hirata, Khanh Tran Gia, Kei Sakaguchi (Tokyo Tech) RCS2020-31
In the event of an emergency disaster, it is essential to provide a high-speed wireless communication infrastructure at ... [more] RCS2020-31
RCS 2020-06-25
Online Online Study on Adaptive Switching of Variable Linear Array Antenna Elements for Reliable Millimeter-Wave V2N Transmission
Ryo Kato, Mamoru Okumura, Eiji Okamoto (NIT) RCS2020-32
Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) have been attracting attention in recent years. To accommodate many users and ... [more] RCS2020-32
RCS 2020-06-25
Online Online Suppression of performance degradation due to misalignment in OAM multiplexing
Nobuhiko Sakuraya, Toshihiko Nishimura, Takeo Ohgane (Hokkaido Univ), Tomoya Tandai, Daisuke Uchida (Toshiba) RCS2020-33
In recent years, mobile data traffic has increased explosively due to increasing wireless devices. Capacity enhancement ... [more] RCS2020-33
RCS 2020-06-25
Online Online A Study on Loose Beam Forming Using Differential Evolution
Tatsuki Otsuka, Toshihiko Nishimura, Takeo Ohgane, Yasutaka Ogawa, Junichiro Hagiwara, Takanori Sato (Hokkaido Univ.) RCS2020-34
In multi-user massive MIMO systems, it is concerned that the computational load to form a weight increases drastically a... [more] RCS2020-34
RCS 2020-06-25
Online Online A Study on DLDC-Aided Joint Signal Processing for Unified Optical and Wireless Channels
Yoshikatsu Wakabayashi, Shinsuke Ibi (Doshisha Univ.), Takumi Takahashi (Osaka Univ.), Hisato Iwai (Doshisha Univ.) RCS2020-35
One of the solutions for utilizing the high-frequency band is to deploy multiple distributed units (DU) under a central ... [more] RCS2020-35
RCS 2020-06-25
Online Online PC-Signal-Based PAPR Reduction Using Null Space in MIMO Channel for MIMO-OFDM Signals under Frequency-Selective Fading Channel
Leon Yamaguchi (Tokyo Univ. of Science), Nobuhide Nonaka (NTT DOCOMO), Kenichi Higuchi (Tokyo Univ. of Science) RCS2020-36
In this paper, we propose a computational complexity-efficient algorithm for the adaptive peak-to-average power ratio (P... [more] RCS2020-36
RCS 2020-06-25
Online Online User Group Selection Method in Multiuser MIMO-OFDM Transmission with Adaptive PAPR Reduction Using Null Space in MIMO Channel
Shyunsei Shin (Tokyo Univ. of Science), Nobuhide Nonaka (NTT DOCOMO), Kenichi Higuchi (Tokyo Univ. of Science) RCS2020-37
In this paper, we investigate the user group selection method in multiuser multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO)- orthog... [more] RCS2020-37
RCS 2020-06-25
Online Online A Study on Signal Detection in Massive MIMO Using MCMC
Kazushi Matsumura, Junichiro Hagiwara, Toshihiko Nishimura, Takeo Ohgane, Yasutaka Ogawa, Takanori Sato (Hokkaido Univ.) RCS2020-38
MIMO is a new technology for wireless transmission; as the number of antennas increases, the computational complexity of... [more] RCS2020-38
RCS 2020-06-25
Online Online A Study on the Behavior of Each LLR in Gaussian Belief Propagation
Daniel Akira Ando, Toshihiko Nishimura, Takeo Ohgane, Yasutaka Ogawa, Junichiro Hagiwara, Takanori Sato (Hokkaido Univ.) RCS2020-39
We have entered the era of the Internet of Things (IoT), where everything can now be connected to the internet. In order... [more] RCS2020-39
RCS 2020-06-25
Online Online Bilinear Gaussian Belief Propagation for Iterative Channel and Data Estimation in Large MIMO Systems
Kenta Ito, Takumi Takahashi (Osaka Univ), Shinsuke Ibi (Doshisha Univ), Seiichi Sampei (Osaka Univ) RCS2020-40
 [more] RCS2020-40
RCS 2020-06-25
Online Online A Study on Trainable Gaussian Belief Propagation Using Deep Unfolding for Large MIMO Signal Detection
Daichi Shirase, Takumi Takahashi (Osaka Univ.), Shinsuke Ibi (Doshisha Univ.), Kazushi Muraoka, Naoto Ishii (NEC), Seiichi Sampei (Osaka Univ.) RCS2020-41
 [more] RCS2020-41
RCS 2020-06-26
Online Online Improvements on position-measurement accuracy of underwater acoustic positioning and communication system for Autonomous Unmanned Vehicles
Shoichiro Yamazato, Tomohisa Wada (Ryukyu Univ) RCS2020-42
 [more] RCS2020-42
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