Symmetry and Its Application in Wireless Communication

A special issue of Symmetry (ISSN 2073-8994). This special issue belongs to the section "Computer".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 September 2024 | Viewed by 814

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School of Electronic and Information, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an 710072, China
Interests: high-speed communication; big data processing; MIMO communication; array antennas

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School of Electronic and Information, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an 710072, China
Interests: high-speed communication; AI enabled communication; MIMO communication; array signal processing
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

In today's digital era, the challenges of high-speed communication and big data processing have become paramount in the field of wireless communication. Symmetry, as a fundamental mathematical concept, is crucial in addressing the complexities encountered in high-speed and big data communication. This Special Issue aims to delve into the theory of symmetry and its practical applications in high-speed big data communication. We will explore not only the fundamental principles, but also the novel methodologies and technological innovations of symmetry theory in high-speed communication systems.

Moreover, this Special Issue will particularly highlight research on Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) communication and array antenna technologies, focusing on their utilization of symmetry. MIMO technology has been widely employed to enhance data transmission rates and spectrum efficiency in communication systems, while array antennas play a crucial role in improving signal quality and enhancing communication coverage. The application of symmetry theory in MIMO system design, channel modeling, precoding, decoding techniques, as well as in array antenna design, beamforming, and spatial multiplexing, will be a pivotal area of study in this Special Issue.

These topics are popular in high-speed big data communication, MIMO communication, and array antennas. The aim of this Special Issue, entitled "Symmetry and Its Application in Wireless Communication", is to provide an overview of the latest advances in these wireless communication-related topics. We kindly invite all researchers working in the area to contribute to this Special Issue.

Dr. Chengkai Tang
Prof. Dr. Rugui Yao
Guest Editors

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Keywords

  • high-speed communication
  • AI enabled communication
  • big data processing
  • MIMO communication
  • array antennas
  • array signal processing
  • smart reflective surface

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12 pages, 2019 KiB  
Article
Cross-Water–Air Optical Wireless Communication Using Orthogonal Time–Frequency Space Modulation
by Dianbin Lian, Yan Gao and Jie Lian
Symmetry 2024, 16(5), 571; https://doi.org/10.3390/sym16050571 - 7 May 2024
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This paper examines the communication difficulties encountered in cross-media wireless optical transmission through simulated research on the utilization of orthogonal time and frequency space (OTFS) modulation technology. Our analysis and comparison demonstrate that OTFS significantly improves the reliability and throughput of data transmission [...] Read more.
This paper examines the communication difficulties encountered in cross-media wireless optical transmission through simulated research on the utilization of orthogonal time and frequency space (OTFS) modulation technology. Our analysis and comparison demonstrate that OTFS significantly improves the reliability and throughput of data transmission in intricate multipath channel settings. In contrast to conventional orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) technology, OTFS displays better resilience and transmission effectiveness. We foresee additional enhancements and progress in OTFS technology to present a sturdier and more efficient resolution for wireless communication, thereby providing valuable perspectives and encouragement for associated research initiatives. Our results underscore the capability of OTFS technology to transform wireless communication systems in demanding multipath channel conditions. Full article
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