The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Electronic engineering, Signal, Wireless communication systems, Computer network and Telecommunications link. Min Seok Noh has researched Electronic engineering in several fields, including Transmission, Communication channel, Transmission Time Interval and Sequence. His Signal research incorporates themes from Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing and Communications system.
His Wireless communication systems research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Node and Radio resource. The various areas that he examines in his Computer network study include Relay and Sleep mode. In Telecommunications link, he works on issues like Multiplexing, which are connected to Control and Precoding.
Min Seok Noh spends much of his time researching Telecommunications link, Computer network, Electronic engineering, Wireless communication systems and Signal. His Telecommunications link research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Terminal, Real-time computing and User equipment, Base station. Within one scientific family, Min Seok Noh focuses on topics pertaining to Relay under Computer network, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Backhaul and Node.
His research integrates issues of Algorithm, Transmission, Computer hardware and Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing in his study of Electronic engineering. His Wireless communication systems research includes themes of Sounding reference signal, Radio resource and Hybrid automatic repeat request. Signal is closely attributed to Communication channel in his research.
Min Seok Noh mostly deals with Telecommunications link, Wireless communication systems, User equipment, Signal and Computer hardware. His work carried out in the field of Telecommunications link brings together such families of science as Real-time computing and Base station. His Base station research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Terminal, Electronic engineering, Control and Topology.
His research investigates the connection between Electronic engineering and topics such as Sequence that intersect with problems in Random-access channel. Min Seok Noh combines subjects such as Subframe, Aperiodic graph and Transmission with his study of Wireless communication systems. His research in Signal intersects with topics in Base and Communications system.
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Method and apparatus for transmitting reference signal in wireless communication system
Min Seok Noh;Moon Il Lee;Jae Hoon Chung;Sung Ho Moon.
Method and apparatus of transmitting information in wireless communication system
Seung Hee Han;I Moon ll Lee;Yeong Hyeon Kwon;Jin Sam Kwak.
Method of performing cell search in wireless communication system
Seung Hee Han;Min Seok Noh;Yeong Hyeon Kwon;Hyun Woo Lee.
Data transmission method and device in wireless communication system
Min Seok Noh;Jae Hoon Chung;Seung Hee Han.
Method of transmitting control signals in wireless communication system
Jin Sam Kwak;Seung Hee Han;Min Seok Noh;Yeong Hyeon Kwon.
Method and apparatus for transmitting reference signal in multi-antenna system
Min Seok Noh;Jae Hoon Chung;Yeong Hyeon Kwon;Hyun Soo Ko.
Reference signal transmitting method
Noh Min Seok;Chung Jae Hoon;Kim Dong Cheol;Han Seung Hee.
Channel-sounding method using a plurality of antennas, and apparatus for same
Jae Hoon Chung;Yeong Hyeon Kwon;Seung Hee Han;Min Seok Noh.
Method and apparatus for transmitting aperiodic sounding reference signal in wireless communication system
Min Seok Noh;Yeong Hyeon Kwon;Sung Ho Moon;Jae Hoon Chung.
Apparatus and method for transmitting data using a plurality of carriers
Yeong Hyeon Kwon;Seung Hee Han;Min Seok Noh;Young Woo Yun.
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