Jae-Young Lee

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Demand for high-speed DRAM in graphics application pushes a single-ended I/O signaling to operate up to 6Gb/s. To maintain the speed increase, the GDDR5 specification shifts from GDDR3/4 with respect to forwarded clocking, data training for write and read de-skewing, clock training, channel-error detection, bank group and data coding. This work tackles(More)
This paper presents technical requirements of on-channel repeaters (OCRs) to broadcast the terrestrial digital multimedia broadcasting (T-DMB) signals in single frequency network (SFN) environment. In order to meet such requirements, the configuration and implementation method of the equalization OCR are proposed. The proposed equalization OCR does not have(More)
As the next generation digital TV (DTV) standard, the ATSC 3.0 system is developed to provide significant improvements on the spectrum efficiency, the service reliability, the system flexibility, and system forward compatibility. One of the top-priority requirements for the ATSC 3.0 is the capability to deliver reliable mobile TV services to a large variety(More)
In this paper, we propose novel transmitter and receiver architectures for low complexity layered division multiplexing (LDM) systems. The proposed transmitter architecture, which is adopted as a baseline technology of the Advanced Television Systems Committee 3.0, shares time and frequency interleavers, FFT, pilot patterns, guard interval, preamble, and(More)
Endothelial progenitor cells (EPCs) act as endothelial precursors that promote new blood vessel formation and increase angiogenesis by secreting growth factors and cytokines in ischemic tissues. These facts prompt the hypothesis that EPC transplantation should accelerate the wound-repair process by facilitating neovascularization and the production of(More)
This paper describes a 1 Gbit GDDR5 SDRAM with enhanced bank access flexibility for efficient data transfer in 7 Gb/s per pin IO bandwidth. The enhanced flexibility is achieved by elimination of bank group restriction and reduction of bank to bank active time to 2.5 ns. The effectiveness of these key features is verified by system model simulation including(More)
In this work, we present an interactive optical see-through HMD (head-mounted device) which makes use of a user's gaze information for the interaction in the AR (augmented reality) environment. In particular, we propose a method to employ a user's half-blink information for more efficient interaction. As the interaction is achieved by using a user's eye(More)
Typically, vision-based AR systems operate on the basis of prior knowledge of the environment such as a square marker. One problem of traditional marker-based AR system has a limitation that the marker has to be located in the sensing range. Therefore, there have been considerable research efforts for the techniques known as real-time camera tracking, in(More)
C-reactive protein (CRP), a predictor of future cardiovascular diseases, has been reported to damage the vascular wall by inducing endothelial dysfunction and inflammation. This proatherogenic CRP was speculated to have a role in attenuating angiogenic functions of human endothelial progenitor cells (EPCs), possibly impairing vascular regeneration and(More)
The optimal pH conditions for efficient transformation of protoplasts and intact cells were established in avermectin high-producing mutants, ATCC31780 and L-9. Among all factors tested, protoplast buffer pH was elucidated as the most important factor influencing transformation efficiency. The optimal pH of the protoplast buffer for the regeneration of(More)