Special Issue "Full-Duplex Wireless Communication"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 10 February 2022.
Interests: wireless communication theory; full-duplex communication; Distributed sensor networks; Internet of things; radar; backscatter modulation
Interests: full-duplex systems; internet of things; (massive) millimeter-wave and THz systems; MIMO; physical layer security; reconfigurable intelligent surfaces; signal processing for communication; wireless transceiver architectures
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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 provided experimental evidence and methodologies for full-duplex communication, in which a node transmits and receives signals at the same time and on the same frequency band. Full-duplex communications have the potential to improve the attainable spectral efficiency and throughput and reduce latency.
This Special Issue will provide a synthesized source of recent research results and to serve as a springboard for future work in Full-Duplex Wireless Communications. The possible topics include, but are not limited to the following:
- Advanced self-interference cancellation techniques for full-duplex
- Advanced antenna and transceiver designs for full-duplex
- Full-duplex reconfigurable intelligent (meta)surfaces
- Full-duplex techniques with wireless power and energy harvesting
- Full-duplex for simultaneous communication and sensing
- Full-duplex millimeter-wave/THz systems
- Multiple input multiple output full-duplex transceiver design
- Performance analysis of full-duplex transceivers, systems, and networks
- Physical layer security and full-duplex techniques
- Resource allocation and user scheduling in full-duplex networks
- Stochastic geometry for full-duplex systems
- Experimental evaluation of full-duplex transceivers and networks
Dr. Besma Smida
Prof. Dr. George C. Alexandropoulos
Manuscript Submission Information
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- self-interference cancellation techniques
- antenna and transceiver designs
- multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO)
- physical layer security
- full-duplex wireless power and energy harvesting
- experimental evaluation