Electronic engineering, Computer network, Control channel, Communication channel and Telecommunications link are his primary areas of study. Jung-Fu Cheng interconnects MIMO, Algorithm, Transmission and Signal in the investigation of issues within Electronic engineering. His Computer network study typically links adjacent topics like Spectrum management.
In his study, Computer hardware, Base station and Antenna is inextricably linked to Real-time computing, which falls within the broad field of Control channel. His work on Broadcast control channel as part of general Communication channel research is frequently linked to Relay channel, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Telecommunications link research focuses on Subframe in particular.
His main research concerns Computer network, Telecommunications link, Wireless, Transmission and Electronic engineering. Computer network is represented through his User equipment, Node, Control channel, Hybrid automatic repeat request and Scheduling research. Jung-Fu Cheng has included themes like Spectrum management, Real-time computing and Base station in his Telecommunications link study.
His Wireless study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Acknowledgement and Data transmission. Jung-Fu Cheng interconnects Block, Channel, Cellular communication and Antenna in the investigation of issues within Transmission. His Electronic engineering research includes themes of Demodulation, Signal, MIMO, Communication channel and Algorithm.
Jung-Fu Cheng spends much of his time researching Computer network, Wireless, Transmission, Telecommunications link and User equipment. Many of his studies on Computer network involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Spectrum management. His Wireless study incorporates themes from Multiplexing, Data transmission and Random access.
He has included themes like Node and Computer hardware in his Transmission study. The study of Telecommunications link is intertwined with the study of Base station in a number of ways. His research investigates the connection between User equipment and topics such as Control channel that intersect with issues in Real-time computing and Dynamic control.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Computer network, Telecommunications link, User equipment, Wireless and Uplink transmission. Within one scientific family, Jung-Fu Cheng focuses on topics pertaining to Transmission under Computer network, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Computer hardware. As part of one scientific family, Jung-Fu Cheng deals mainly with the area of Telecommunications link, narrowing it down to issues related to the Spectrum management, and often Downlink transmission, Throughput and Transmission Time Interval.
His research integrates issues of Cellular network, Signal and State in his study of User equipment. In his work, Block is strongly intertwined with Hybrid automatic repeat request, which is a subfield of Wireless. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Frequency-hopping spread spectrum, Modulation order and Communication channel.
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Turbo decoding as an instance of Pearl's "belief propagation" algorithm
R.J. McEliece;D.J.C. MacKay;Jung-Fu Cheng.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (1998)
Coding performance of hybrid ARQ schemes
IEEE Transactions on Communications (2006)
LTE release 14 outlook
Christian Hoymann;David Astely;Magnus Stattin;Gustav Wikstrom.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2016)
Base station, mobile terminal device and method for implementing a selective-per-antenna-rate-control (S-PARC) technique in a wireless communications network
Grant Stephen;Wang Yi-Pin Eric;Ramesh Rajaram;Molnar Karl James.
Network controlled channel information reporting
Jung-Fu Cheng;Yi-Pin Wang;Stephen James Grant;Leonid Krasny.
Linearly approximated log-MAP algorithms for turbo decoding
Jung-Fu Cheng;T. Ottosson.
vehicular technology conference (2000)
Successive interference cancellation in a generalized RAKE receiver architecture
Grant Stephen J;Krasny Leonid;Wang Yi-Pin E;Molnar Karl J.
Licensed-Assisted Access LTE: coexistence with IEEE 802.11 and the evolution toward 5G
Amitav Mukherjee;Jung-Fu Cheng;Sorour Falahati;Havish Koorapaty.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2016)
Random Access with Primary and Secondary Component Carrier Communications
Daniel Larsson;Lisa Boström;Dirk Gerstenberger;Jung-Fu Cheng.
A method and apparatus for impairment correlation estimation in a wireless communication receiver
Stephen J. Grant;Leonid Krasny;Yi-Pin Eric Wang;Karl J. Molnar.
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