NYU RCN – Posters and Demos

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  • mmW Channel Sounder “Verification Box”, Kate Remley, NIST.
  • FreeStar: A 360° Steerable Antenna for Fixed and Mobile mmW 5G Applications, Stefan O’Dougherty, FreeFall.  Proof-of-concept demonstration of a dielectric “polyrod” antenna operating at 27 GHz. The hub-and-spoke design of the full system will enable 360 degree steerable-beam coverage for connected vehicles, small base stations, and other mobile systems for 5G.
  • 140 GHz Channel Sounder, NYU Wireless, Yunchou Xing, Ojas Kanhere, Shihao Ju . This live demonstration shows a 140 GHz millimeter-wave channel sounder with a time resolution of less than 2 ns and a large dynamic range. The channel sounder is capable of bi-directional angular measurements and can help with precise indoor localization.
  • Performance assessment of COTS mmWave radios for drone communications, G. Bielsa, M. Zhang, W. Xia, L. Soularue, T. Clare, M. Mezzavilla, J. Widmer, S. Rangan, D.Shasha. The goal of this project is to assess and understand the feasibility of mmWave radios for aerial (drone) links at low altitude. This preliminary work reports the performance of COTS mmWave radios connected to a DJI Matrice Pro 600 drone.

Poster Session 1: 11:30am-12:30pm

  1. Multi Connectivity Using Erasure Code for Reliable Transmission in Millimeter Wave Communications, Jingchao Bao and Husheng Li, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
  2. Optimization of Communication, Beam-Alignment and Handover under Channel Blockage in Millimeter-Wave Vehicular Networks, Maria Scalabrin, Nicolo Michelusi, and Michele Rossi, Purdue University
  3. Random  Beamforming in Millimeter Wave Mobile and Ad hoc Networks, Mustafa Aljumaily and Husheng Li, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
  4. On the Impact of Antenna Patterns in 5G mmWave Cellular Scenarios, Mattia Rebato, Michele Polese, and Michele Zorzi, University of Padova
  5. UAV-Based in-band Integrated Access and Backhaul for Millimeter Wave Communications, Abdurrahman Fouda, Ahmed S. Ibrahim, Ismail Guvenc, and Monisha Ghosh, Florida International University
  6. AI-Enabled Contextually-Aware Spectrum Sensors with Machine-Learning-Enhanced RF Circuits for Improved Spectral Efficiency in Cognitive Radio, Arjuna Madanayake, Jin Wei Kocsis, Dimitra Psychogiou, Soumyajit Mandal, Gihan Mendis, Nilan Udayanga, and Yingying Wang, Case Western Reserve University
  7. Channel Characteristics and Eavesdropping Scenarios above 95 GHz, Jianjun Ma, Rabi Shrestha, Daniel M. Mittleman, Brown University
  8. MIMO Beam Steering for mmWave Networks, Yasaman Ghasempour, Edward Knightly, Rice University
  9. Multi-Objective Approach to Improve Load Balance and Blockage in mm-Wave Cellular Networks, Masoud Zarifneshat, Proteek Roy, Li Xiao, Michigan State University
  10. Channel Models for 5G mmWave Earth-Space Links, David Michelson, University of British Columbia

Poster Session 2: 1:30pm-2:30pm

  1. Localization of Multiple Users in Millimeter-Wave Cellular Systems: A Group Testing Approach with Constrained Tests, Anoosheh Heidarzadeh, Esmaeil Karimi, Fatemeh Kazemi, and Alex Sprintson, Texas A&M University
  2. 10x Cost Effective Measurement Set-up for Characterization of Antennas at Mm-wave, Sub-mm-wave and Terahertz, Shubhendu Bhardwaj, Florida International University
  3. Connected Healthcare: A Framework of 5G-enabled Internet of Medical Things (IoMT), Mohammad Upal Mahfuz, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, USA
  4. Design and Implement SDN-based Adaptive Routing Scheme in mmWave Mesh Backhaul, Chin-Ya Huang, Hsi-Ping Hsu, Bo-Yang Yang, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
  5. Performance, Power, and Area Design Trade-offs in Millimeter-Wave Array Architectures   Han Yan and Danijela Cabric University of California, Los Angeles
  6. Multiantenna Wireless Architectures for Next-Generation Wireless Systems, Tommy Svensson, Chalmers University of Technology
  7. mmWave Beam Steering using Visible Light based Mobility Tracking, Muhammad Kumail Haider and Edward W. Knightly, Rice University
  8. Coordinated Hybrid Precoding for Energy-efficient Millimeter Wave Systems, Chao Fang, Behrooz Makki, Jingya Li and Tommy Svensson, Chalmers University of Technology
  9. Object Tracking via Blocking in Millimeter Wave Communications, Zhiyang Zhang,  Liang Li,  Yawen Fan and Husheng Li,  University of Tennessee, Knoxville
  10. Integrated Access and Backhaul at Millimeter Wave Frequencies, Michele Polese, Marco Giordani, Michele Zorzi, U. Padova

Poster Session 3: 4:30pm-5:30pm

  1. Exploiting Coordinated Joint Transmissions for Reliable 60GHz mmWave WLANs, Ding Zhang and Parth Pathak, George Mason University
  2. Estimation of mmWave Channels via Parameter Perturbed OMP, Ali Cafer Gurbuz, Yavuz Yapici, and Ismail Guvenc, North Carolina State University
  3. Performance Analysis of Integrated Sub-6 GHz-Millimeter Wave Wireless  Local Area Networks, Omid Semiari and Walid Saad, Georgia Southern University and Virginia Tech
  4. FreeStar: A 360° Steerable Antenna for Fixed and Mobile mmW 5G Applications, Brandon J. Swift, Marwan Krunz, Terrance Pat, Juan L. Tonnazi, Christopher K. Walker, and Stefan O’Dougherty, FreeFall and University of Arizona.
  5. UAV Positioning for Out-of-Band Integrated Access and Backhaul Millimeter Wave Network, Mai A. Abdel-Malek, Ahmed S. Ibrahim, Mohamed Mokhtar, and Kemal Akkaya, Florida International University
  6. The Potential of Heterogeneous Networking to Support Future V2X Communications, Marco Giordani, Andrea Zanella, Takamasa Higuchi, Onur Altintas, and Michele Zorzi, University of Padova
  7. Towards Efficient Multi-beam Medium Access for Millimeter-wave Networks, Jie Zhao and Xin Wang, Stony Brook University
  8. Enhancing mmWave 60 GHz Networks, Guillermo Bielsa, Joan Palacios, Adrian Loch, Daniel Steinmetzer, Paolo Casari, Matthias Hollick, Joerg Widmer, IMDEA Networks Institute
  9. Key Technical and Spectrum Issues in the Design of Systems Above 95 GHz, Michael J. Marcus, Virginia Tech
  10. Effects of Solar Radio Emissions on Outdoor Propagation Path Loss Models at 38 GHz Bands for Device-to-Device Communications, Steven Buck and Ahmed Iyanda Sulyman, Embry-Riddle University.

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