Xiaojun Yuan

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—In this paper, we endeavour to seek a fundamental understanding of the potentials and limitations of training-based multiuser multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) systems. In a multiuser MIMO system, users are geographically separated. So, the near-far effect plays an indispensable role in channel fading. The existing optimal training design for(More)
A Content, Context, Connection and Researching, Reasoning, Reflecting (3C3R) model is a conceptual framework for problem-based learning (PBL) problem design. We introduced the 3C3R-PBL method into a pediatric teaching plan, and evaluated its effectiveness and feasibility. The 3C3R model was applied in a pediatric problem design teaching plan "why the lips(More)
In this paper, we study the degrees of freedom (DoF) of a new network information flow model called symmetric multi-relay MIMO Y channel, where three user nodes, each with M antennas, communicate via K geographically separated relay nodes, each with N antennas. For this model, we establish a general DoF achievability framework based on linear precoding and(More)
Conventionally, secrecy is achieved using cryptographic techniques beyond the physical layer. Recent studies raise the interest of performing encryption within the physical layer by exploiting some unique features of the physical wireless channel. Following this spirit, we present a novel physical layer encryption (PLE) scheme that randomizes the radio(More)
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