The FD ETI shares herein demonstrations promoting the advancements of full-duplex communications submitted to or presented at Journals/Conferences/Workshops/Symposium. We encourage researchers or companies to get in contact with us to also list their content on our website.
Panel Discussion and Community Building Event sponsored by the ETI on Full-Duplex and Self-Interference Cancellation
Considering the increasing industry interest in full-duplex communications, the ETI organized a community building meeting with the purpose of bringing together research engineers, standardization professionals and product developers in the telecommunications industry. The purpose of the event was to discuss the status of full-duplex and SIC technologies in academia and standardization with a focus on current and expected future developments in the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP).
The meeting hosts invited talks by industry professionals with deep insights into current standardization activities and leading academic researchers, after which there were discussions on open research challenges and next steps in research and standardization. Further information, including agenda and the slides, can be found here.
Full-duplex Communication by Means of Reflected Power
This video illustrates how to create reliable full-duplex wireless networks by means of reflected power. This project pursue backscatter modulation, where electromagnetic waves are modulated and reflected by the same antenna that receives them. Within this framework, the end-user receives a signal free of self-interference. This research offers a new paradigm for two-way wireless networks: rather than avoiding self-interference as in half-duplex — or combating self-interference as in full-duplex — nodes will re-use the received interfering radio-carrier waves to transfer information. Further information can be found here.
GenXComm’s Guard Band Utilization/Minimization Demo
This demonstrates guard-band harvesting. For example, in Europe B7 is a 75MHz FDD band with a 50MHz guard band. However, the guard-band is also allocated as B38, a TDD band. Either you can use B38 in TDD mode or B7 in FDD mode but not both simultaneously in the same location. With SIC this can be accomplished. This video demonstrates this feature, but in a different band. For further information, please get in contact with GenXComm here.
5G Wide-area Technology Evolution Supporting Sub-Band Full-Duplex Massive MIMO
To demonstrate the future of 5G wide-area networks and devices beyond 2020, this demo models the performance of new features such as full-duplex MIMO and accurate device positioning technologies, and introduces new data management approaches for IoT. For further information, please visit here.
Nonlinear SIC for Full Duplex Radios: From Link-level and System-level Performance Perspectives
COSMOS Tutorial on Open-Access Full-Duplex Wireless
Tutorial and demonstration of a real-time full-duplex wireless link using customized wideband self-interference cancellation hardware circuitry integrated with the software-defined radios. The detailed instructions on the full-duplex tutorial can be found here. More COSMOS tutorials including the presentation slides and videos can be found here.
This video shows measurements of cars passing by with the full-duplex radar, including the self-interference cancellation. For further information, please check the publication here.