2011 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2011 - IEEE Kiyo Tomiyasu Award “For fundamental contributions to highspeed reliable communications using optical and wireless channels”
2006 - IEEE Eric E. Sumner Award “For pioneering contributions to ultra-wide band communications science and technology.”
2004 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to wideband wireless transmission.
Electronic engineering, Multipath propagation, Fading, Communication channel and Wireless network are her primary areas of study. The various areas that Moe Z. Win examines in her Electronic engineering study include Ranging and Antenna. Moe Z. Win works mostly in the field of Multipath propagation, limiting it down to concerns involving Spread spectrum and, occasionally, Time-hopping and Sequence.
Her Fading study combines topics in areas such as Wireless, Interference and Quadrature amplitude modulation. Her study in Communication channel is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Transmission, Statistical model and Modulation. Her Wireless network research incorporates elements of Node, Wireless sensor network, Computer network and Distributed computing.
Moe Z. Win mainly investigates Algorithm, Fading, Electronic engineering, Wireless and Communication channel. Moe Z. Win studied Fading and Topology that intersect with Quantum, MIMO and Quantum entanglement. She interconnects Ranging and Multipath propagation in the investigation of issues within Electronic engineering.
Her work carried out in the field of Multipath propagation brings together such families of science as Spread spectrum, Radio receiver and Bandwidth. Her Wireless research incorporates themes from Mathematical optimization, Computer network, Distributed computing and Interference. Her studies deal with areas such as Transmission, Modulation and Communications system as well as Communication channel.
Moe Z. Win spends much of her time researching Wireless, Communication channel, Algorithm, Wireless network and Distributed computing. Her Wireless study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Wireless sensor network, Secrecy, Real-time computing, Node and Scheduling. Her studies in Communication channel integrate themes in fields like Doppler effect, Modulation, Mathematical optimization, Electronic engineering and Telecommunications link.
She has researched Electronic engineering in several fields, including Extremely high frequency and Communications system. Her Algorithm study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as MIMO, Detector, Robustness and Ranging. The study incorporates disciplines such as Synchronization, Computer network, Duplex, Asynchronous communication and Interference in addition to Wireless network.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Wireless, Algorithm, Distributed computing, Scalability and Wireless network. The Algorithm study combines topics in areas such as Detector, Clutter, Communication channel, Sensor fusion and Flexibility. Her Communication channel research includes themes of Carrier signal and Modulation.
Her Wireless network study incorporates themes from Inference engine, Synchronization, Position and Computer network, Base station. Her study looks at the relationship between Factor graph and fields such as Multipath propagation, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. She has included themes like Electronic engineering, Wideband and Communications system in her Upper and lower bounds study.
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Ultra-wide bandwidth time-hopping spread-spectrum impulse radio for wireless multiple-access communications
M.Z. Win;R.A. Scholtz.
IEEE Transactions on Communications (2000)
Impulse radio: how it works
M.Z. Win;R.A. Scholtz.
IEEE Communications Letters (1998)
Cooperative Communications with Outage-Optimal Opportunistic Relaying
A. Bletsas;Hyundong Shin;M.Z. Win.
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications (2007)
The ultra-wide bandwidth indoor channel: from statistical model to simulations
D. Cassioli;M.Z. Win;A.F. Molisch.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (2002)
MIMO systems with antenna selection
A.F. Molisch;M.Z. Win.
IEEE Microwave Magazine (2004)
Cooperative Localization in Wireless Networks
H. Wymeersch;J. Lien;M.Z. Win.
Proceedings of the IEEE (2009)
Ranging With Ultrawide Bandwidth Signals in Multipath Environments
D. Dardari;A. Conti;U. Ferner;A. Giorgetti.
Proceedings of the IEEE (2009)
Evaluation of an ultra-wide-band propagation channel
R.J.-M. Cramer;R.A. Scholtz;M.Z. Win.
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation (2002)
A Comprehensive Standardized Model for Ultrawideband Propagation Channels
A.F. Molisch;D. Cassioli;Chia-Chin Chong;S. Emami.
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation (2006)
Capacity of MIMO systems with antenna selection
A.F. Molisch;M.Z. Win;Yang-Seok Choi;J.H. Winters.
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications (2005)
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