Dai Bo mostly deals with Telecommunications link, Computer network, Base station, User equipment and Transmission. Dai Bo focuses mostly in the field of Telecommunications link, narrowing it down to topics relating to Scheduling and, in certain cases, Real-time computing. Computer network is closely attributed to Control in his study.
His studies deal with areas such as Computer hardware, Bandwidth, Terminal, Channel and Signal as well as Base station. His User equipment research focuses on Configuration information and how it connects with Sounding reference signal. His Transmission study incorporates themes from Electronic engineering, Communication channel and Code.
Dai Bo spends much of his time researching Computer network, Telecommunications link, Base station, Transmission and User equipment. Dai Bo combines subjects such as Terminal and Control with his study of Computer network. His Telecommunications link research includes elements of Electronic engineering, Computer hardware and Communication channel.
His Base station research incorporates elements of Channel, Signal, Electrical engineering and Real-time computing. His studies in Transmission integrate themes in fields like Demodulation and Data transmission. His User equipment study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Time domain and Channel state information.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Computer network, Telecommunications link, Base station, Transmission and Terminal. Reliability is closely connected to Communication channel in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Computer network. The concepts of his Telecommunications link study are interwoven with issues in Broadcast engineering, Control and Coding.
He interconnects Channel, Carrier signal, Transmission method and Small data in the investigation of issues within Base station. Dai Bo has researched Transmission in several fields, including Acknowledgement, Transmission Time Interval and Synchronization signal. The Subframe study combines topics in areas such as Scheduling and Computer hardware.
His primary areas of investigation include Computer network, Subframe, Telecommunications link, Narrowband and Base station. His Computer network research incorporates themes from Time domain, Resource information, Signal and Frequency domain. His Subframe research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Scheduling and Computer hardware.
Dai Bo has included themes like Control and User equipment in his Telecommunications link study. His studies deal with areas such as Small data, Selection, Terminal, Carrier signal and Synchronization signal as well as Base station. His Control channel study incorporates themes from Real-time computing and Traffic channel.
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Method and system for transmitting downlink control information
Bo Dai;Weijun Li;Guanghui Yu;Zhisong Zuo.
Method and device for information processing
Weiwei Yang;Bo Dai;Shuqiang Xia;Chunli Liang.
Method and base station for transmitting and receiving signals by using unauthorized carrier waves and user equipment
Gou Wei;Dai Bo;Zhao Yajun;Lu Zhaohua.
Method and terminal for feeding back channel state information
Ruyue Li;Jun Xu;Yijian Chen;Bo Dai.
Signaling configuration system and method for measuring reference signal
Bin Yu;Bo Dai;Chunli Liang;Peng Hao.
Method and device for detecting downlink control information
Bo Dai;Xin Wu;Ping Zeng;Zhisong Zuo.
Method and system for processing downlink control information
Bo Dai;Yijian Chen;Xin Wu;Ruyue Li.
Feedback transmission method of channel state information and user equipment
Bo Dai;Yijian Chen;Jun Xu;Guanghui Yu.
Method for reporting channel state information (CSI) and base station
Yu Bin;Dai Bo;Liang Chunli;Zhu Peng.
Trigger method for aperiodic channel status information reports and base station
Zhu Peng;Dai Bo;Yang Weiwei;Liang Chunli.
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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