Telecommunications link, Wireless communication systems, Computer network, Electronic engineering and Signal are his primary areas of study. The concepts of his Telecommunications link study are interwoven with issues in Transmitter, Control and Multiplexing. His research integrates issues of Dielectric antennas, Terminal, Data channel and Configuration information in his study of Wireless communication systems.
Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Real-time computing and Computer network. His Electronic engineering research incorporates elements of Computer hardware, Interference, Transmission, Precoding and Channel state information. His Signal research incorporates themes from Overhead, Communication channel, Antenna and Communications system.
Kijun Kim mainly focuses on Wireless communication systems, Computer network, Base station, Telecommunications link and Electronic engineering. His biological study deals with issues like Signal, which deal with fields such as Terminal, Computer hardware, Communication channel and Antenna. His studies deal with areas such as Wireless, Relay and Real-time computing as well as Computer network.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Channel and Transmission. Kijun Kim combines subjects such as Control, Multiplexing and Unlicensed band with his study of Telecommunications link. The Electronic engineering study combines topics in areas such as Interference, MIMO, Precoding, Single antenna interference cancellation and Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing.
His primary areas of investigation include Wireless communication systems, Base station, Telecommunications link, Signal and Computer network. His Wireless communication systems research includes themes of Computer hardware, Control, Decoding methods, Real-time computing and Channel state information. In the subject of general Base station, his work in User equipment is often linked to Set, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
He has researched Telecommunications link in several fields, including Identifier, Multiplexing and Unlicensed band. His Signal study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Broadcast channels and Communication channel. His research in the fields of Subframe and Random access overlaps with other disciplines such as Symbol.
Kijun Kim focuses on Wireless communication systems, Base station, Telecommunications link, Signal and User equipment. He has included themes like Access network, Broadcast channels, Duplex, Channel state information and Radio access technology in his Wireless communication systems study. His work carried out in the field of Channel state information brings together such families of science as Electronic engineering and State.
His study on Telecommunications link is covered under Computer network. His Signal research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Radio Link Protocol and Computer hardware, Configuration information. His User equipment study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Channel, Transmission, Bandwidth and Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing.
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Method and device for reporting channel state information in wireless communication system
Kijun Kim;Jonghyun Park;Hanbyul Seo;Hanjun Park.
Method and apparatus for providing channel state information-reference signal (csi-rs) configuration information in a wireless communication system supporting multiple antennas
Kim Kijun;Kim Hyungtae;Seo Hanbyul;Lee Daewon.
Method and apparatus for reducing inter-cell interference in a wireless communication system
Hanbyul Seo;Hakseong Kim;Inkwon Seo;Byounghoon Kim.
Method for providing feedback of channel state information in wireless communication system and apparatus for same
Kim Hyungtae;Kim Kijun;Park Jonghyun.
Method and apparatus for inter-cell interference coordination for transmission point group
Hanbyul Seo;Kijun Kim;Byounghoon Kim.
Method and apparatus for transreceiving downlink signal by considering antenna port relationship in wireless communication system
Jonghyun Park;Kijun Kim;Hanbyul Seo.
Method for transmitting uplink control information, user equipment, method for receiving uplink control information, and base station
Hakseong Kim;Kijun Kim;Hanbyul Seo.
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 of terminal transmitting sounding reference signal on the basis of aperiodic sounding reference signal triggering and method for controlling uplink transmission power to transmit aperiodic sounding reference signal
Lee Seungmin;Seo Hanbyul;Kim Kijun;Kim Hakseong.
Method for transmitting downlink control channel in a mobile communications system and a method for mapping the control channel to physical resource using block interleaver in a mobile communications system
So Yeon Kim;Young Woo Yun;Ki Jun Kim;Moon Il Lee.
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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