In mobile communication systems, the use of ultra-high frequency band such as millimeter wave and terahertz wave, the advancement of MIMO communication technology, and the ultra-densification of radio access network (RAN) are becoming increasingly important. However, problems of frequent radio link blockage and serious interference are caused. Our resilient wireless communication research group is working on the development of multi-user distributed MIMO communication technology and adaptive control of interference and radio resources, aiming at realizing a reconfigurable multiuser distributed MIMO communication system that can solve the above problems, has excellent adaptability and scalability, and is disaster-resilient.
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