Shao-Chou Hung

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To enable ultra-dense random deployments of femtocells toward the fifth generation (5G) cellular networks, effectively autonomous interference mitigation has been regarded as the key for providing unprecedented levels of network capacity and coverage. From recent research and engineering efforts, achieving this goal relies on two promising technologies of(More)
Although the technical merits of the heterogeneous cloud radio access networks (H-CRAN) architecture have been well demonstrated in terms of data rate enhancement and ubiquitous wireless service provisioning, solely relying on the H-CRAN may not be sufficient to further support full automation and everything-to-everything (X2X) connection for the next(More)
In the following decades, traffic volumes and the number of devices are projected to increase a ten to thousandfold. Unfortunately, existing cellular networks adopting closedloop communications impose too large spectrum overheads, which lead to an unacceptably low spectrum efficiency and unaffordable traffic burdens. To support the extremely challenging and(More)
To achieve low delay for vehicular communication in cellular networks, the use of direct device-to-device (D2D) communication among vehicles is regarded as a key functional requirement. When D2D users share the spectrum with regular cellular users (D2D underlay), resource allocation schemes assure the coexistence between D2D and cellular users. Due to the(More)
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