His primary areas of study are Computer network, Wireless, Telecommunications link, Transmission and Electronic engineering. His research links Real-time computing with Computer network. His work carried out in the field of Wireless brings together such families of science as Node, Transmission time, Uplink channel and Electrical engineering.
His Telecommunications link research integrates issues from Data transmission, Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing and Random access. His Transmission research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Channel, Wireless network, Communication channel and Interference. His Electronic engineering research incorporates themes from Computer hardware, Channel state information and Discontinuous transmission.
His main research concerns Computer network, Wireless, Telecommunications link, Transmission and Communication channel. He interconnects Real-time computing and State in the investigation of issues within Computer network. His Wireless study also includes fields such as
His Telecommunications link research incorporates elements of Discontinuous reception, Network packet and Random access. His Transmission study combines topics in areas such as Data transmission, Random-access channel, Base station, Channel and Signal. His studies in Communication channel integrate themes in fields like Interference, Multiplexing and Transmission Time Interval.
His primary areas of investigation include Computer network, Wireless, Telecommunications link, Transmission and Communication channel. His study in Access control, Channel, Node, Random access and Hybrid automatic repeat request are all subfields of Computer network. As a part of the same scientific family, Paul Marinier mostly works in the field of Access control, focusing on Protocol data unit and, on occasion, Multiplexing.
Paul Marinier has researched Wireless in several fields, including Computer hardware, Device to device, Real-time computing, Transmitter and Scheduling. His Telecommunications link research includes themes of Paging and Wireless systems. His study on Transmission also encompasses disciplines like
His primary scientific interests are in Computer network, Wireless, Transmission, Telecommunications link and Control channel. His Computer network study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Transmitter and Decoding methods. His research integrates issues of Real-time computing, Latency and Access control in his study of Wireless.
His Transmission research includes elements of Simulation, Transmission Time Interval and Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing. Paul Marinier has included themes like Channel state information, Communication channel, Data transmission and Random access in his Telecommunications link study. As a part of the same scientific study, Paul Marinier usually deals with the Control channel, concentrating on Signal and frequently concerns with Paging and Data channel.
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Method and apparatus for performing device-to-device discovery
Gwenael Poitau;Ghyslain Pelletier;Paul Marinier;Diana Pani.
Component carrier activation/deactivation in multi-carrier systems
Ghyslain Pelletier;Paul Marinier;Marian Rudolf;Stephen E. Terry.
UPLINK CONTROL DATA TRANSMISSION
Shahrokh Nayeb Nazar;Kyle Jung-Lin Pan;Robert L. Olesen;Ghyslain Pelletier.
Communicating channel state information (csi) of multiple transmission points
Paul Marinier;Diana Pani;J. Patrick Tooher;Marian Rudolf.
Operating with multiple schedulers in a wireless system
Ghyslain Pelletier;Paul Marinier;Diana Pani;Stephen E. Terry.
SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR AN ENHANCED CONTROL CHANNEL
Paul Marinier;Moon-Il Lee;Afshin Haghighat;Shahrokh Nayeb Nazar.
Methods, apparatus and systems for performing multi-radio access technology carrier aggregation
Ghyslain Pelletier;Paul Marinier;Diana Pani.
METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR RANDOM ACCESS IN MULTICARRIER WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS
Pelletier Ghyslain G;Terry Stephen E Se;Marinier Paul P;Zhang Guodong.
Method and apparatus for optimizing uplink random access channel transmission
Diana Pani;Sylvie Gomes;Bhaskar M. Anepu;Paul Marinier.
Methods to enable scheduling and control of direct link communication in cellular communication systems
Ghyslain Pelletier;Diana Pani;Benoit Pelletier;Christopher R. Cave.
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