There are still many challenges and open problems to resolve on FD operation, and the vivid research area continues soaring at its flat peak of popularity. In fact, IEEE ComSoc has recently established Emerging Technologies Initiative (ETI) on Full Duplex Wireless Communications for nurturing the development of the new technology, and the present workshop series has been adopted as an organic activity within the new ETI. In order to achieve the full potential of FD transmission, it is necessary to cope with the self-interference issue even more efficiently and develop new signaling mechanisms and advanced networking protocols, while reducing the energy consumption due to the required additional hardware.
The objective of the IEEE ComSoc ETI-supported workshop series is to present the very latest state-of-the-art research on FD techniques, protocols, and applications exploring all aspects of future wireless and wired network design. This workshop will attract contributions exploring the following topics of interest (but not limited to):
- Advanced full-duplex antenna and transceiver designs (incl. cable modems)
- Experimental evaluation of FD transceivers and networks
- Advanced self-interference cancellation techniques
- Modelling of self-interference and channel measurements
- Massive MIMO and mmWave full-duplex transceiver design
- Performance analysis of FD transceivers, systems and networks (including wired systems)
- New MIMO techniques for multiuser interference cancellation
- Non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) in full-duplex systems
- Machine learning for full duplex applications
- Physical layer security and full-duplex techniques
- Full-duplex relaying and cooperative communications
- UAV, low-latency and ultra-reliable communications
- Full-duplex techniques with wireless power and energy harvesting
- Full-duplex device-to-device and M2M communications
- Resource allocation, medium access control, and scheduling
- Full-duplex small cell deployments and heterogeneous networks
- Ultra-reliable low-latency MAC and routing protocols for FD networks
- Cross-layer design, virtualization and wireless caching
20 27, 2020
February 20, 2020
March 1, 2020
We seek original contributions that have neither been previously published nor currently under review. Authors can submit a full paper (up to 6 pages) that describes complete work in a self-contained manner with the intent to deliver an oral presentation.
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All accepted submissions will be published in the ICC’20 workshop proceedings and the IEEE Xplore portal. The published papers will be also indexed at the website of IEEE ComSoc's Full-Duplex Wireless Communications Emerging Technologies Initiative.
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