Electronic engineering, Telecommunications link, Computer network, Wireless communication systems and Subframe are his primary areas of study. His research integrates issues of Sounding reference signal, Transmission, MIMO, Signal and Antenna in his study of Electronic engineering. His Telecommunications link study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Channel and User equipment.
His User equipment research includes elements of Real-time computing and Electrical engineering. His Computer network research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Wireless, Control and Multiplexing. The study incorporates disciplines such as Control channel and Resource block in addition to Wireless communication systems.
His primary scientific interests are in Computer network, Electronic engineering, Telecommunications link, Base station and Transmission. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Wireless and Signal. His research in Electronic engineering intersects with topics in Computer hardware, MIMO, Communication channel, Precoding and Antenna.
The concepts of his Telecommunications link study are interwoven with issues in Real-time computing, Wireless communication systems and Control. His Base station research includes themes of Channel, Terminal, Electrical engineering and Identifier. The Transmission study combines topics in areas such as Algorithm and Communications system.
His main research concerns Computer network, Wireless communication systems, Telecommunications link, Signal and Base station. His studies in Computer network integrate themes in fields like Wireless and Transmission. His work on Wireless communication systems is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Electronic engineering.
His Telecommunications link study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Computer hardware. His Signal research incorporates themes from Terminal and Antenna. Bong Hoe Kim interconnects Channel and Repeater in the investigation of issues within Base station.
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Method of transmitting reference signals in a wireless communication having multiple antennas
Yu Jin Noh;Dae Won Lee;Bong Hoe Kim;Ki Jun Kim.
Method and apparatus for transmitting uplink control information in wireless communication system
Dong Youn Seo;Joon Kui Ahn;Yun Jung Yi;Suck Chel Yang.
Method for scheduling distributed virtual resource blocks
Dong Youn Seo;Eun Sun Kim;Bong Hoe Kim;Joon Kui Ahn.
Apparatus and method for transmitting signal in mobile communication system
Dong Hi Sim;Bong Hoe Kim.
Method of transmitting sounding reference signal
Hak Seong Kim;Bong Hoe Kim;Young Woo Yun.
Method of transmitting sounding reference signal in wireless communication system
Hak Seong Kim;Bong Hoe Kim;Young Woo Yun;Ki Jun Kim.
Method for transmitting reference signals in a downlink multiple input multiple output system
METHOD AND DEVICE TO SEND REQUEST FOR SCHEDULING IN WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
Kim Khak Seong;Jun Joung Voo;Li Dae Von;Akhn Dzoon Kui.
Encoding uplink acknowledgments to downlink transmissions
Bong Hoe Kim;Young Woo Yun;Ki Jun Kim;Eun Sun Kim.
Method for transmitting channel quality information based on differential scheme
Roh Dong Wook;Kim Bong Hoe;Ahn Joon Kui;Noh Yu Jin.
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