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Research project: Intelligent Post-New Radio Communications for the ‘Always-On’ Information Society (open for PhD application)

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Wireless communications has played an essential role in realising the world as we experience it. Key services will continue to proliferate and become more mobile, whilst on-demand information and entertainment will be delivered over wireless networks, which will result in our ‘always-on’ society.

Wireless communications has played an essential role in realising the world as we experience it. Key services will continue to proliferate and become more mobile, whilst on-demand information and entertainment will be delivered over wireless networks, which will result in our ‘always-on’ society. Future wireless systems will have to support an increased traffic volume, by increasing capacity and by improving efficiency with respect to cost, energy, and spectrum utilisation. Invoking millimetre Wave communication is a promising way of circumventing the spectrum gridlock at lower frequencies, whilst simultaneously providing high-bandwidth communication channels. Deep learning algorithms are inherently data-driven rather than depending upon model assumptions and approximations. Therefore, they implicitly capture hidden environmental effects. Base on the above-mentioned, our objective will aim for designing novel intelligent adaptive MIMOs, where the MIMO gains can be adapted according to dynamic variations of the channel environments and the users’ required QoS.

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