Seungjune Yi mostly deals with Computer network, Telecommunications, Wireless communication systems, Real-time computing and Terminal. His Computer network study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Wireless. His Telecommunications study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Protocol stack and Mobile telephony.
The various areas that Seungjune Yi examines in his Wireless communication systems study include Closed subscriber groups, Headroom, Communication channel and Communications system. His Real-time computing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Handover, Mobile communication systems, Timer and Radio resource. In general Base station, his work in User equipment and PCell is often linked to Synchronization linking many areas of study.
Seungjune Yi focuses on Computer network, Wireless communication systems, User equipment, Real-time computing and Telecommunications link. His Computer network study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Wireless, Telecommunications and Terminal. His Wireless communication systems research integrates issues from Electronic engineering, Timer, Signal and Embedded system.
Seungjune Yi usually deals with User equipment and limits it to topics linked to Transmission and Preamble. The Telecommunications link study combines topics in areas such as Communication channel and Random access. His Base station study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Electrical engineering and Radio resource management.
His primary scientific interests are in Computer network, Wireless communication systems, User equipment, Telecommunications link and Communications system. As a part of the same scientific family, Seungjune Yi mostly works in the field of Computer network, focusing on Transmission and, on occasion, Timer. His Wireless communication systems research incorporates themes from Real-time computing, Electronic engineering and Retransmission.
His User equipment research is classified as research in Base station. His Communications system research incorporates elements of Computer hardware and Communication channel. His Random access research includes themes of Embedded system and Preamble.
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Method for transmitting control signal for mbms data in wireless mobile communication system
Li En-Teh;Ji Syn-Chun;Li So-En.
Method and apparatus for performing random access procedures
Sung Park Jun;June Yi Seung;Dae Lee Young;Duck Chun Sung.
Method for transmitting an uplink signal, method for receiving an uplink signal, user equipment, and base station
Sungjun Park;SungDuck Chun;Sunghoon Jung;SeungJune Yi.
Method for transmitting packet data in communication system
Seung-June Yi;Woon-Young Yeo;So-Young Lee.
Method for transmitting mac pdus
Seung-June Yi;Sung-Jun Park;Young-dae Lee;Sung-Duck Chun.
Method for detecting failures of random access procedures
Seung-June Yi;Sung-Jung Park;Young-dae Lee;Sung-Duck Chun.
Apparatus and method for enhanced UM RLC data handling
Yj Syn-Chun;Li En-Deh;Chkhon Sun-Duk.
Method for scheduling transmission of mbms data in umts
Li En-Teh;Ji Syn-Chun;Li So-En.
Method of an uplink HARQ operation at an expiry of time alignment timer
Sung-Jun Park;Seung-June Yi;Young-Dae Lee;Sung-Duck Chun.
An uplink common channel for sending feedback information
Lee Seung Jun;Lee So Yeong;Lee Yeong Dae.
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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