Zhen Tong

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This paper investigates the throughput for wireless network with full-duplex radios using stochastic geometry. Full-duplex (FD) radios can exchange data simultaneously with each other. On the other hand, the downside of FD transmission is that it will inevitably cause extra interference to the network compared to half-duplex (HD) transmission. Moreover, the(More)
—This paper investigates the throughput for wireless network with full-duplex radios using stochastic geometry. Full-duplex (FD) radios can exchange data simultaneously with each other. On the other hand, the downside of FD transmission is that it will inevitably cause extra interference to the network compared to half-duplex (HD) transmission. In this(More)
We design and implement a software-radio system for rapid on-off-division duplex (RODD), a scheme to achieve virtual full-duplex communication at the level of a transmission frame. RODD is based on the insight that it is not necessary to separate a node's transmission and reception at the timescale of a frame. Instead, RODD allows each node in a network to(More)
—This paper proposes an adaptive and distributed MAC scheme for wireless networks with full-duplex radios. Full-duplex (FD) radios can exchange data simultaneously using the same frequency band and potentially double the throughput. On the other hand, it will inevitably cause extra interference to the network to use FD transmission instead of half-duplex(More)
This paper presents a geometric analysis of the convergence condition for the Foschini-Miljanic power control algorithm. The Möbius transform is exploited for the first time to analyze the convergence conditions of the power control algorithm. A novel MAC scheme based on the Möbius transform is proposed for the link scheduling problem and proven to improve(More)
The novel water-dispersible nanoparticles from the double hydrophilic poly(acrylic acid)-b-poly(ethylene oxide)-b-poly(acrylic acid) (PAA-b-PEO-b-PAA) triblock copolymer and oppositely charged surfactant dodecyl-trimethyl ammonium bromide (DTAB) were prepared by mixing the individual aqueous solutions. The structure of the nanoparticles was investigated as(More)
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