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October 2021

Panel Discussion and Community Building sponsored by the ETI on Full-Duplex and Self-Interference Cancellation

October 22 @ 10:00 - 11:10

Agenda (10:00 EDT, 16:00 CEST, 23:00 JST/KST) 10.00 Welcome message Dr. Gabor Fodor, Ericsson Research and KTH Royal Institute of Technology, IEEE Full Duplex ETI Chair, Sweden 10.10 Massive MIMO Subband Full Duplex Technology and 5G NR Prototyping Dr. Tingfang Ji, Qualcomm Wireless R&D, USA 10.20 Expectations for Full Duplex for 6G Dr. Yoshihisa Kishiyama , Manager of the 6G IOWN Promotion Department, NTT DoCoMo, Japan 10.30 XDD (Cross Division Duplex): Realistic Option for Full Duplex Realization Dr. Hyoung Ju…

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Call for papers for the IEEE ICC’22 – SAC: Full-Duplex Communications

October 31

Track Chair Himal A. Suraweera, University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka, email: himal@ee.pdn.ac.lk Scope and Motivation Full-duplex (FD) technology, by which devices transmit and receive simultaneously on the same frequency band, can potentially double the spectral efficiency and allow a more flexible use of the spectrum, therefore making it a promising technology for future wireless networks. However, FD radios suffer from severe self-interference (SI), as well as extra cross interference between the uplink and downlink caused by simultaneous transmissions, which further…

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November 2021

Call for papers for the Sensors – Special Issue on Full-Duplex Wireless Communications

November 30

Sensors – Special Issue on Full-Duplex Wireless Communications To meet the rising demand for high-speed data services, wireless networks must exploit the available frequency spectrum more efficiently. One key limit to spectrum utilization efficiency involves the current practice of half-duplex communication, in which a node either transmits or receives a signal in a single-channel usage. This separation prevents self-interference, which has frequently been seen as an insurmountable technical problem. Promoted by the popularity of small-cell wireless systems, recent works have…

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