His primary areas of investigation include Computer network, Wireless, Electronic engineering, Telecommunications link and Transmission. His Computer network research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Spectrum management, Real-time computing and Communication channel. His studies deal with areas such as Channel, Electrical engineering, Frame and Radio spectrum as well as Wireless.
His Electronic engineering research incorporates elements of Wireless network, Signal, Transmitter power output and Component. His work deals with themes such as Control, Multiplexing and Communications system, which intersect with Telecommunications link. While the research belongs to areas of Transmission, he spends his time largely on the problem of Subframe, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Data transmission and Uplink channel.
Tao Luo mainly investigates Computer network, Wireless, User equipment, Telecommunications link and Base station. His research investigates the link between Computer network and topics such as Transmission that cross with problems in Spectrum management. His work focuses on many connections between Wireless and other disciplines, such as Electronic engineering, that overlap with his field of interest in Interference.
His studies in User equipment integrate themes in fields like Beam, Computer hardware and Channel state information. His research on Telecommunications link frequently links to adjacent areas such as Control. His research in Base station intersects with topics in Channel, Decoding methods, Interference and Random access.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Computer network, Wireless, User equipment, Base station and Telecommunications link. His studies examine the connections between Computer network and genetics, as well as such issues in Transmission, with regards to Electronic engineering. His work carried out in the field of Wireless brings together such families of science as Computer hardware, Relay, State and Signal, Electrical engineering.
His User equipment study deals with Beam intersecting with Selection. His Base station study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Channel, Real-time computing, Interference and Coreset. His Telecommunications link study combines topics in areas such as Control and Random access.
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A survey on 3GPP heterogeneous networks
A Damnjanovic;J Montojo;Yongbin Wei;Tingfang Ji.
IEEE Wireless Communications (2011)
Transmission and reception of proximity detection signal for peer discovery
Renqiu Wang;Siddhartha Mallik;Ravi Palanki;Naga Bhushan.
Semi-persistent scheduling for traffic spurts in wireless communication
Aleksandar Damnjanovic;Adel Aziz;Tao Luo.
Downlink procedures for lte/lte-a communication systems with unlicensed spectrum
Wanshi Chen;Peter Gaal;Durga Prasad Malladi;Tao Luo.
Method and apparatus for transmitting overload indicator over the air
Ravi Palanki;Juan Montojo;Aamod Dinkar Khandekar;Tao Luo.
COORDINATED MULTI-POINT (CoMP) NETWORK AND PROTOCOL ARCHITECTURE
Peter A. Barany;Alexei Y. Gorokhov;Vikas Jain;Tao Luo.
Method and apparatus for enabling channel and interference estimations in macro/rrh system
Stefan Geirhofer;Wanshi Chen;Tao Luo;Peter Gaal.
Transmission and reception of dedicated reference signals
Tao Luo;Juan Montojo;Peter Gaal;Sandip Sarkar.
Methods and apparatus for cross-cell coordination and signaling
Tao Luo;Xiaoxia Zhang;Kibeom Seong;Ke Liu.
Channel state information reference signals
Kapil Bhattad;Peter Gaal;Tao Luo;Xiaoxia Zhang.
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