4th International Workshop on 5G/5G+ Communications in Higher Frequency Bands (5GCHFB)
in conjunction with IEEE Globecom’17, December 4, 2017
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Time: December 4, 2017, 9:00-17:30
ROOM: 4001A/B-4003
ROOM for publications: Melati Main Ballroom 4002

9:00-10:30 Session I, Chair Dr. Wen Tong, Huawei
1. Keynote speech, "Making 5G mmWave a Commercial Reality", Dr. Yongbin Wei, Senior director at Qualcomm research
Dr. Yongbin Wei is currently a Senior Director of Engineering with Qualcomm Research of Qualcomm Incorporated. Qualcomm is an S&P 500 company, leading in developing and delivering innovative digital wireless communications products and services. Its business areas include integrated chipsets and system software for cellular communications, technology licensing, satellite-based systems, etc. At Qualcomm research, Yongbin has been leading new technology development for Qualcomm’s current and future generation products, in particular the cutting-edge 5G NR technology recently. Prior to that, he has worked on the system design, standardization and product development of cdma2000 Rev. C and Rev. D. (1xEV-DV), HRPD (1xEV-DO), 4G LTE, LTE advanced, and LTE advanced pro. He was one of the leading contributors for the physical layer design and evaluation of these systems. He also represented Qualcomm in 3GPP2 from 2000 to 2006. His research areas includes wireless communications systems, adaptive signal processing, modem algorithms, machine-to-machine communication, spectrum sharing, and RF engineering. He has authored more than 20 journal and conference papers, and holds more than 200 US issued patents with many more pending. Dr. Wei received Bachelor and Master degrees from Univ. of Science and Technology of China, and Ph.D. degree from Purdue University, all in Electrical Engineering.

2. Keynote speech, "Mm-wave communications: 5G and beyond", Prof. Andreas F. Molisch, University of Southern California, Los Angeles.
Abstract: Mm-wave communication is a key component of 5G mm-wave systems, enabling a significantly larger bandwidth (and thus, potentially, datarate) than in the traditional sub-6GHz systems. Various demonstrations of both fixed wireless access and mobile broadband access have been demonstrated. It is thus time to review future applications. After a brief review of this state of the art, this talk will concentrate on two examples at the extreme ends of applications: mm-wave communications for high-mobility applications, and THz transmission for short-distance applications. For the former case, we will investigate how mm-wave systems can benefit V2X, as well as high-speed rail (HSR) applications. Issues of range, beamforming accuracy, and outage, as well as underlying channel characteristics, will be discussed. We then also discuss the migration to even higher frequency ranges (sub-THz) and weigh the pros and cons for different short-range applications.
Bio: Andreas F. Molisch is Professor and Solomon-Golomb – Andrew-and-Erna-Viterbi Chair at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. His current research interests are the measurement and modeling of mobile radio channels, multi-antenna systems, ultra-wideband communications and localization, novel modulation and multiple access systems, and wireless video distribution. He has authored, coauthored, or edited four books (among them the textbook Wireless Communications, Wiley-IEEE Press), 19 book chapters, more than 200 journal papers, some 300 conference papers, as well as more than 80 patents and 70 standards contributions. He is a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors, Fellow of the AAAS, Fellow of the IEEE, Fellow of the IET, an IEEE Distinguished Lecturer, and a member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and recipient of numerous awards.

10:30-11:00 Coffee break

11:00-12:30 Session II, POSTERS, Chair Dr. Gosh Amitava, Nokia
1 Outdoor Macro-Cellular Channel Measurements and Modeling in the 3-18 GHz Band
Vinod Kristem, C. Umit Bas, Rui Wang and Andreas Molisch (University of Southern California, USA)
2 Millimeter-wave Field Experiments with Many Antenna Configurations for Indoor Multipath Environments
Marcus Comiter, Michael Crouse and Ht Kung (Harvard University, USA); Jenn-Hwan Tarng (National Chaio Tung University, Taiwan); Tsai Zuo-Min (National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan); Wei-Ting Wu (National Chaio Tung University, Taiwan); Ta-Sung Lee (National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan); Frank Chang and Yen-Cheng Kuan (National Chaio Tung University, Taiwan)
3 Bounds of mmWave-based Ranging and Positioning in Multipath Channels
Donglin Wang (Westlake Institute for Advanced Study, P.R. China); Michel Fattouche and Fadhel Ghannouchi (University of Calgary, Canada)
4 Mutual Interference Measurement for Millimeter-Wave D2D Communications in Indoor Office Environment
Kun Zeng (Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd., P.R. China); YU Ziming (Huawei Technologies CO., LTD, P.R. China); Jia He and Guangjian Wang (Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., P.R. China); Yan Xin (Huawei Technologies Canada Co. Ltd, Canada); Wen Tong (Huawei Technologies Canada Co., Ltd., Canada)
5 A Radio Resource-Efficient Paging Method in High Frequency 5G Networks
Ahmad Awada and Diomidis S. Michalopoulos (Nokia Bell Labs, Germany)
6 Massive MIMO Performance Comparison of Beamforming and Multiplexing in the Terahertz Band
Sayed Hoseini (University of New South Wales, Australia); Ming Ding (Data 61, Australia); Mahbub Hassan (University of New South Wales, Australia)
7 Leakage-Based Hybrid Transceiver Design for Millimeter Wave Multi-User Interference Channel
Deepa Jagyasi (International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad, India); P Ubaidulla (International Institute of Information Technology, India)
8 Coexistence of 5G mmWave Users with Incumbent Fixed Stations over 70 and 80 GHz
Ghaith Hattab, Eugene Visotsky, Mark Cudak and Amitava Ghosh (Nokia Bell Labs)
9 Base Station Diversity Propagation Measurements at 73 GHz Millimeter-Wave for 5G CoMP Analysis
George R MacCartney, Jr. and Theodore Rappaport (New York University & NYU WIRELESS, USA); Amitava Ghosh (Nokia Networks, USA)

12:30-14:00 Lunch time

14:00-15:30 Session III, Oral presentations, Chair Dr. Yi Wang, Huawei.
10 Macro Spatial Modulation for Uplink mmWave Communication Systems
Sheng Luo (Nanyang Technological University & EEE, Singapore); Kah Chan Teh, Kwok Hung Li, Wei Wang and Tuong Xuan Tran (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
11 Measurements based Interference Analysis at Millimeter Wave Frequencies in an Indoor Scenario
Naveed Iqbal (Huawei Technologies, Germany); Jian Luo (Huawei Technologies Duesseldorf GmbH, Germany); Yan Xin (Huawei Technologies Canada Co. Ltd, Canada); Robert Müller (TU Ilmenau, Germany); Stephan Haefner (Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany); Reiner S. Thomä (Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany)
12 On Overcoming the Impact of Doppler Spectrum in Millimeter-Wave V2I Communications
Javier Lorca (Telefonica I+D, Spain); Mythri Hunukumbure (Samsung Electronics, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Yue Wang (Samsung Electronics R&D Institute UK, United Kingdom (Great Britain))
13 Detailed Interference Analysis in Dense mmWave Systems Employing Dual-Polarized Antennas
Dmitrii Solomitckii and Vitaly Petrov (Tampere University of Technology, Finland); Hosein Nikopour, Mustafa Akdeniz, Oner Orhan and Nageen Himayat (Intel Corporation, USA); Shilpa Talwar (Intel, USA); Sergey Andreev and Yevgeni Koucheryavy (Tampere University of Technology, Finland)
14 Frequency Dependence of Path Loss with Wide Dynamic Range in Urban Macro Cells Between 2 and 26 GHz
Motoharu Sasaki (NTT Access Network Service Systems Laboratories, Japan)

15:30-16:00 Coffee break

16:00-17:30 Session IV (Panel discussion), Chair Takehiro Nakamura, NTT DoCoMo
Dr. Wen Tong, Huawei
Dr. Ghosh Amitava, Nokia
Dr. Sanyogita Shamsunder, Verizon
Dr. Yongbin Wei, Qualcomm
Prof. Andreas F. Molisch, USCL