Mo-Han Fong mostly deals with Computer network, Base station, Communication channel, Telecommunications link and Electronic engineering. His Computer network research integrates issues from Wireless, Relay and Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing. His research investigates the connection between Base station and topics such as Transmission that intersect with issues in Frame, Real-time computing and Node.
The various areas that Mo-Han Fong examines in his Communication channel study include Terminal, Throughput and Protocol data unit. He works mostly in the field of Telecommunications link, limiting it down to topics relating to User equipment and, in certain cases, Channel state information, Signal and Bandwidth, as a part of the same area of interest. His Electronic engineering study incorporates themes from Carrier system, Carrier signal, Computer hardware and Data channel.
Mo-Han Fong mainly focuses on Computer network, Telecommunications link, Base station, Wireless and Electronic engineering. Many of his studies on Computer network apply to Transmission as well. He focuses mostly in the field of Telecommunications link, narrowing it down to matters related to User agent and, in some cases, Communications system.
His Base station research incorporates elements of Channel, Terminal, Terminal and Communication channel. The concepts of his Wireless study are interwoven with issues in Access network and Real-time computing. In his study, Code division multiple access is strongly linked to Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing, which falls under the umbrella field of Electronic engineering.
Mo-Han Fong mostly deals with Computer network, User equipment, Wireless, Telecommunications link and Transmission. His research combines Real-time computing and Computer network. His work carried out in the field of User equipment brings together such families of science as Node, Channel, Embedded system and Device to device.
Mo-Han Fong interconnects Mobility management, Radio access network and Overhead in the investigation of issues within Wireless. His studies examine the connections between Transmission and genetics, as well as such issues in System information, with regards to Block. His Base station study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Terminal, Electrical engineering and Communication channel.
His primary areas of study are Computer network, User equipment, Node, Radio Resource Control and Electronic engineering. Mo-Han Fong combines subjects such as Wireless, Telecommunications and Wireless network with his study of Computer network. His studies deal with areas such as Device to device, Transmission, Embedded system and Transceiver as well as User equipment.
Mo-Han Fong has researched Node in several fields, including EnodeB, Frequency band, Heterogeneous network, Location determination and PCell. His Radio Resource Control research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Radio frequency and Handover. His research in Electronic engineering intersects with topics in Sounding reference signal and Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing.
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Control channel interference management and extended PDCCH for heterogeneous network
Mo-Han Fong;Youn Hyoung Heo;Hua Xu;Jack Anthony Smith.
Carrier aggregation framework in 3GPP LTE-advanced [WiMAX/LTE Update]
M Iwamura;K Etemad;Mo-Han Fong;R Nory.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2010)
Reference signal for a coordinated multi-point network implementation
Mo-Han Fong;Dongsheng Yu;Hua Xu;Robert Novak.
System and method for multi-carrier network operation
Mo-Han Fong;Youn Hyoung Heo.
Data link layer quality of service for UMTS
Nima Ahdmadvand;Mo-Han Fong;Geng Wu.
Network resource sharing during handover of a mobile station between cellular wireless networks
Geng Wu;Mo-Han Fong.
Methods and systems for wireless networks with relays
Hang Zhang;Jianglei Ma;Peiying Zhu;Mo-Han Fong.
Preambles in ofdma system
Jianglei Ma;Hang Zhang;Wen Tong;Ming Jia.
Soft handoff in OFDMA system
Jinanglei Ma;Wen Tong;Ming Jia;Peiying Zhu.
Multiplexing schemes for ofdma
Robert Novak;Hang Zhang;Sophie Vrzic;Mo-Han Fong.
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