[SEMINAR] APRIL 23, 2021 – Egor Endovitskiy – System-level channel modeling for wireless communication
We are happy to invite you to the next talk of Moscow Telecommunication Seminar which will be held at 12.30 (MSK, UTC+03:00), on Friday, April 23, 2021, in Zoom. Click here to show the seminar start time in your timezone.
Title: System-Level Channel Modeling for Wireless Communication
Speaker: Egor Endovitskiy, IITP RAS, MIPT.
Abstract: As wireless communication like 5G and Wi-Fi evolve, new techniques are introduced to improve them. For example, massive and MU-MIMO, NOMA. Questions that arise when those technologies are studied often require a comprehensive channel model, which would implicitly include channel fading and spatial structure. In the seminar, two types of such system-level models will be discussed. The first type is a purely stochastic one, and it is exemplified with TGn, TGax, which were specified by corresponding IEEE task groups. The second type is a spatial one, and it is represented by QuaDRiGa, which implements a channel model conceived by 3GPP. There will be a general overview of two models, with an emphasis on time evolution (fading) and spatial correlation between users and antennas in the array.
Bio: Egor Endovitskiy received a B.Sc. degree in applied mathematics and physics at MIPT in 2020, his bachelor thesis was titled «Experimental study of capture effect in smartphones and Wi-Fi APs», the main contribution was a development of a testbed. Results obtained with the testbed were presented at IEEE WCNC in May 2020. Later that year, he was accepted to MIPT’s master program, he continues to work at WNL, and now he’s focusing his research on modeling NOMA and MIMO in NS-3 under the same scientific supervision.
The seminar is free and open.