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Wei-Han Hsiao

Wei-Han Hsiao

Assistant Professor

Department of Electrical Engineering

Chang Gung University, Taiwan

Tel:03-2118800 #5378

Email: whsiao@cgu.edu.tw

Research area: 5G/B5G/6G Mobile Communication Systems, Massive Antennas at mmWave band, Cellular Communications

Lab: Advanced Computing Communication Laboratory

Web: To be released

Biography

Wei-Han Hsiao received his B.S. degree in electrical and control engineering and the Ph.D. degree in communications engineering, both from National (Yang-Min) Chiao-Tung University (NCTU/NYCU), Taiwan, in 2008 and 2018, respectively. During his Ph.D. study, he focused on 5G mobile radio design, under the supervision of Professor Chia-Chi Huang. Since September 2018, he has been working as a Senior Engineer at Foxconn Advanced Communication Academy, engaging in 5G-NR Cloud RAN Project. From September 2021, he joins the Department of Electrical Engineering as an Assistant Professor at Chang-Gung University. His current research interests are in the areas of next generation 5G/B5G/6G mobile communication systems, millimeter wave massive MIMO technologies, and cellular communication systems. He is an IEEE member.

Publication List

JOURNAL

[1]        W. H. Hsiao and C. C. Huang, “A novel 5G TDD cellular system proposal based on multipath division multiple access,” ICACT Trans. on Advanced Commun. Technol. (ICACT-TACT), vol. 5(6), pp.936–942, 2016. (Invited Paper, EI)

[2]        W. H. Hsiao, Y. W. Shih, and C. C. Huang, “Case study and performance evaluation of MDMA–A non-orthogonal multiple access scheme for 5G cellular systems,” ACM/Springer Mobile Networks Applicat., 2017. (SCI/EI. IF: 2.602)

[3]        W. H. Hsiao and C. C. Huang, “Analysis and simulation of MDMA—A spectrum efficient non-orthogonal multiple access scheme for 5G communication,” Phys. Commun., vol. 25, pp.564–569, Nov. 2017. (SCI/EI. IF: 1.594)

[4]        K. L. Chiu, P. H. Shen, B. R. Lin, W. H. Hsiao, S. J. J. Jou, and C. C. Huang," Design of Downlink Synchronization for Millimeter Wave Cellular System based on Multipath Division Multiple Access," IEEE Trans. on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers, vol. 67, no. 9, pp.3211–3223, Sep. 2020. (SCI/EI. IF: 3.318)

[5]        H. T. Sheng, W. R. Wu, W. H. Hsiao, and M. Servetnyk, “Joint Channel and AoA Estimation in OFDM Systems: One Channel Tap with Multiple AoAs Problem,” IEEE Comm. Letter, vol. 25(9), pp.2245-2249, Jul. 2021 (SCI/EI. IF: 3.457)

CONFERENCE

[1]        W. H. Hsiao and C. C. Huang, “Multipath division multiple access for 5G cellular system based on massive antennas in millimeter wave band,” 18th Intl. Conf. on Advanced Communications Technology (ICACT), pp.741–746, Jan. 2016. (EI)

[2]        W. H. Hsiao, J. J. Su, J. L. Yin, Z. W. Tang, and C. C. Huang, “System capacity and convergence rate evaluation for downlink power control in 5G MDMA cellular systems,” IEEE 5G World Forum (5GWF), Santa Clara, Jul. 2018.

[3]        S. Y. Wang, W. H. Hsiao*, K. L. Chiu, and C. C. Huang, Multipath Division Multiple Access for High Capacity 5G Millimeter Wave Cellular Systems, IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM), Taipei, Dec. 2020. (EI)

[4]        M. Servetnyk and W. H. Hsiao, “Performance Evaluation of Polarization Effects on 5G Clustered Delay Line Channels,” 23th Intl. Conf. on Advanced Communications Technology (ICACT), Jan. 2021. (EI)

PATENT

[1-4]    H. T. Sheng, W. R. Wu, W. H. Hsiao, and M. Servetnyk, “Joint Channel and AoA Estimation for OFDM Systems with Hybrid Antenna Array: One Channel Tap with Multiple AoAs Problem,” under review, US, EU, CN, TW.       

[5-6]    T. Y. Lin, S. H. Tsai, Y. H. You, H. H. Chou, and W. H. Hsiao, “Joint Design of COMP and Data Compression in C-RAN Downlink Architecture,” under review, US, EU.

[7]        M. L. Wu, W. R. Wu, W. H. Hsiao, and M. Servetnyk, “Uplink Channel Estimation with MP Method,” under review, US, EU.

[8]        X. Q. Ser, C. C. Wang, S. H. Tsai, H. H. Chou, and W. H. Hsiao, “Bit Allocation in C-RAN Uplink Architecture,” under review, US, EU.

 

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