Yeong Hyeon Kwon focuses on Electronic engineering, Signal, Computer network, Wireless communication systems and Base station. Yeong Hyeon Kwon combines subjects such as Control, Computer hardware, Symbol and Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing with his study of Electronic engineering. His Signal study incorporates themes from Transmission and Communication channel.
His work on Mobile station is typically connected to Component as part of general Computer network study, connecting several disciplines of science. Yeong Hyeon Kwon interconnects Cyclic shift and Random access in the investigation of issues within Wireless communication systems. Yeong Hyeon Kwon has included themes like Terminal, Electrical engineering and Telecommunications link in his Base station study.
Computer network, Base station, Electronic engineering, Wireless communication systems and Telecommunications link are his primary areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Wireless, Control and Real-time computing in addition to Computer network. His Base station research focuses on subjects like Relay, which are linked to Backhaul.
His studies in Electronic engineering integrate themes in fields like Computer hardware, Transmission, Signal, Symbol and Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing. His Wireless communication systems research integrates issues from Decoding methods, Control signal and Data transmission. As a part of the same scientific family, Yeong Hyeon Kwon mostly works in the field of Telecommunications link, focusing on Terminal and, on occasion, Multi carrier.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Base station, Wireless communication systems, Computer network, Telecommunications link and Electronic engineering. His Base station research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Terminal, Signal and Electrical engineering. Ranging is closely connected to Code in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Wireless communication systems.
The concepts of his Computer network study are interwoven with issues in Control, Real-time computing and Relay. His Telecommunications link research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Scheduling, Duplex and Communication channel. His work focuses on many connections between Electronic engineering and other disciplines, such as Computer hardware, that overlap with his field of interest in Channel sounding.
Yeong Hyeon Kwon spends much of his time researching Base station, Wireless communication systems, Computer network, Telecommunications link and Electronic engineering. His Base station study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Terminal, Signal and Electrical engineering. His Signal research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Base, Transmission and Communication channel.
His study in Wireless communication systems is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Control signal, Decoding methods and User equipment. His Computer network study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Relay. His Electronic engineering research includes themes of Computer hardware, Symbol, State and Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing.
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Method and apparatus of transmitting information in wireless communication system
Seung Hee Han;I Moon ll Lee;Yeong Hyeon Kwon;Jin Sam Kwak.
Method for efficiently transmitting physical channel in multi-carrier aggregation state to support broadband
So Yeon Kim;Jae Hoon Chung;Yeong Hyeon Kwon;Seung Hee Han.
Method and apparatus for monitoring control channel in multiple carrier system
So Yeon Kim;Jae Hoon Chung;Yeong Hyeon Kwon;Seunghee Han.
Handover performed in consideration of uplink/downlink component carrier setup
Jae Hoon Chung;Yeong Hyeon Kwon;Seung Hee Han;So Yeon Kim.
Method of performing cell search in wireless communication system
Seung Hee Han;Min Seok Noh;Yeong Hyeon Kwon;Hyun Woo Lee.
Method of transmitting control signals in wireless communication system
Jin Sam Kwak;Seung Hee Han;Min Seok Noh;Yeong Hyeon Kwon.
METHOD OF TRANSMITTING POWER INFORMATION IN WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
Hyunsoo Ko;Moon Il Lee;Jae Hoon Chung;Bin Chul Ihm.
Method for transmitting and receiving channel state information periodically or aperiodically
Moon Il Lee;Jae Hoon Chung;Yeong Hyeon Kwon;Hyun Soo Ko.
Method and apparatus for transmitting reference signal in multi-antenna system
Min Seok Noh;Jae Hoon Chung;Yeong Hyeon Kwon;Hyun Soo Ko.
Method and apparatus for transmitting and receiving a signal in a wireless communication system that supports plural component carriers
Yeong Hyeon Kwon;So Yeon Kim;Sung Ho Moon;Jae Hoon Chung.
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