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RCS 2023-06-16
Hokkaido Hokkaido University, and online
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Applying OLSR Protocol to V2X and Delay Performance Evaluation for Sidelink Relaying -- Comparison of Wired and Wireless Connections --
Kazuma Obigane, Manabu Sakai, Hiroshi Nishimoto, Akihiro Okazaki (Mitsubishi Electric) RCS2023-76
With the commercialization of 5th generation mobile communication systems, one of the use cases, V2X (Vehicle
to Everyt... [more]
SRW 2021-01-18
Online Online [Short Paper] Introducing our initiatives for social implementation of Relay-by-Smartphone -- Kochi City's countermeasure against Tsunami and Cooperation with QZSS --
Yoshiyuki Senoo, Masuto Nishiura, Natsuko Ohuchi, Takashi Hamada (KKE) SRW2020-46
Ten years are about to pass since the Great East Japan Earthquake. In order to solve the problem of communication blacko... [more] SRW2020-46
RCS, SIP, IT 2019-02-01
Osaka Osaka University Device-to-Device Relaying Strategies using Clustering
Masanori Otsuka, Megumi Saito, Shigeru Shimamoto (Waseda Univ.) IT2018-67 SIP2018-97 RCS2018-274
There are many studies about device-to-device relays for cellular communication in order to reduce traffic and improve t... [more] IT2018-67 SIP2018-97 RCS2018-274
RCS 2018-06-20
Nagasaki Nagasaki University A Study on Channel Selection Method for Relay Transmission in Multiband
Ayaka Hanyu, Yuichi Kawamoto, Hiroki Nishiyama, Nei Kato (Tohoku Univ.), Naoto Egashira, Kazuto Yano, Tomoaki Kumagai (ATR) RCS2018-42
Recently, there is an increasing demand for device-to-device (D2D) communication in scenarios where communication infras... [more] RCS2018-42
SR 2018-05-24
Tokyo Tokyo big sight A Study on Reduction Method on Radio Resource Control Signal Amount of D2D Relay Communication
Ryochi Kataoka, Koichiro Kitagawa, Bingxuan Zhao, Katsuo Yunoki, Hiroyuki Shinbo, Akira Yamaguchi, Kazunori Takeuchi (KDDI Research) SR2018-2
In 5G systems, the utilization of high frequency band that can use a wide bandwidth is expected. Generally, there is a p... [more] SR2018-2
RCS 2018-04-23
Yamaguchi Hotel New Tanaka, Yuda Onsen Evaluation of Decreasing Signaling Messages of D2D Communication in 5G Systems at Moving Environments
Bingxuan Zhao, Koichiro Kitagawa, Takashi Fujimoto, Ryochi Kataoka, Katsuo Yunoki, Hiroyuki Shinbo (KDDI Research) RCS2018-8
The fifth Generation (5G) system utilizing millimeter wave (mmW) bands suffers from the problem of uncovered areas due t... [more] RCS2018-8
Kanagawa YRP A Performance Evaluation of D2D Relay Communication in 5G systems
Koichiro Kitagawa, Takashi Fujimoto, Bingxuan Zhao, Ryochi Kataoka, Katsuo Yunoki, Hiroyuki Shinbo (KDDI Research) SR2017-114
In 5G systems, resource utilization in small cells with higher frequency band can be improved by using device-to-device ... [more] SR2017-114
Tokyo Tokyo Institute of Technology A simulation study on multi-hop communication based on LTE device-to-device communication
Koichiro Kitagawa, Hiroaki Homma, Yasuhiro Suegara (KDDI Research) RCS2016-334
Recently, network to UE relay communication has been studied as a candidate technique to improve system capacity in the ... [more] RCS2016-334
Kyoto Kyoto International Community House Device-to-Device Relay Selection based on Effective Path Throughput to Fill Coverage Holes in Public Safety LTE
Taichi Ohtsuji, Kazushi Muraoka, Hiroaki Aminaka, Dai Kanetomo, Yasuhiko Matsunaga (NEC) RCS2016-193
There is a desire for public safety networks to meet the increasing demands for sharing images or videos among first res... [more] RCS2016-193
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