ECE Department Seminar: Capacity of Distributed Antenna Network by using Single Carrier Frequency Domain Adaptive Antenna Array
April 26, 2012
Dr. Wei Peng
Time: 1:30 PM -- 2:30 PM, April 26th (Thursday), 2012
Location: Babbio Center, Room 110
Single-carrier frequency domain adaptive antenna array (SC-FDAAA) has been proposed and proved to be effective in suppressing multiple access interference (MAI) in a severely frequency selective fading channel. We studied the performance of SC-FDAAA in a distributed antenna network (DAN). In order to make it clear whether the performance of SC-FDAAA can benefit from the distributed nature of DAN or not, a comparison is made between DAN and the traditional cellular network, i.e., central antenna network (CAN). This talk will cover the principle of FDAAA and its application to the DAN system and show the capacity of DAN FDAAA.
Dr. Wei Peng received her B.S and M.S degree in electrical engineering from Wuhan University, Wuhan, China, in 2000 and 2003 respectively. She received the Dr. Eng degree in electrical and electronic engineering from the University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, in 2007. Since December 2007, she jointed Tohoku University and currently she is with the department of electrical and communication engineering as an assistant professor. Her research interests are in multiple antenna technology, cellular system and distributed antenna network.