2023 - Research.com Electronics and Electrical Engineering in Japan Leader Award
His primary areas of investigation include Telecommunications link, Electronic engineering, Computer network, Base station and Transmission. His research in Telecommunications link intersects with topics in Multiplexing, Scheduling and Link adaptation. His studies in Electronic engineering integrate themes in fields like Cellular network, MIMO, MIMO-OFDM, Precoding and Transmitter.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Wireless, Throughput, Base transceiver station and Radio resource management. His Base station study incorporates themes from Real-time computing, Computer hardware and Communications system. His Transmission research focuses on subjects like Terminal, which are linked to Communication methods.
His primary areas of study are Telecommunications link, Base station, Computer network, Electronic engineering and Transmission. His Control channel study in the realm of Telecommunications link interacts with subjects such as Throughput. As part of the same scientific family, Yoshihisa Kishiyama usually focuses on Base station, concentrating on Signal and intersecting with Terminal.
As part of his studies on Computer network, Yoshihisa Kishiyama often connects relevant subjects like Wireless. His Electronic engineering research integrates issues from Antenna, MIMO, Computer hardware and Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing. His work carried out in the field of Transmission brings together such families of science as Subframe, Bandwidth, Channel state information and Power control.
Electronic engineering, MIMO, Telecommunications link, Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing and Beamforming are his primary areas of study. His Electronic engineering study combines topics in areas such as Multi-user MIMO, Radio access, Mobile communication systems, Spectral efficiency and Bandwidth. His MIMO research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Transmission and Antenna.
His Telecommunications link research incorporates themes from Multiplexing, Frequency band, Duplex and Interference. His Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Algorithm, Reduction and Bandwidth. His work deals with themes such as Extremely high frequency and Computer network, which intersect with Throughput.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Electronic engineering, MIMO, Telecommunications link, Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing and Throughput. His Electronic engineering research incorporates elements of Telecommunications, Transmission, Spectral efficiency and Precoding. Antenna and Path loss is closely connected to Beamforming in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of MIMO.
His studies deal with areas such as Frequency band, Electrical engineering and Mobile broadband as well as Telecommunications link. In general Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing study, his work on Frequency-division multiplexing often relates to the realm of Frequency domain, thereby connecting several areas of interest. The study incorporates disciplines such as Extremely high frequency, Radio access and Computer network in addition to Throughput.
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Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA) for Cellular Future Radio Access
Yuya Saito;Yoshihisa Kishiyama;Anass Benjebbour;Takehiro Nakamura.
vehicular technology conference (2013)
System-level performance evaluation of downlink non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA)
Yuya Saito;Anass Benjebbour;Yoshihisa Kishiyama;Takehiro Nakamura.
personal, indoor and mobile radio communications (2013)
Coordinated multipoint transmission/reception techniques for LTE-advanced [Coordinated and Distributed MIMO]
Mamoru Sawahashi;Yoshihisa Kishiyama;Akihito Morimoto;Daisuke Nishikawa.
IEEE Wireless Communications (2010)
Trends in small cell enhancements in LTE advanced
T. Nakamura;S. Nagata;A. Benjebbour;Y. Kishiyama.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2013)
Concept and practical considerations of non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) for future radio access
Anass Benjebbour;Yuya Saito;Yoshihisa Kishiyama;Anxin Li.
international symposium on intelligent signal processing and communication systems (2013)
A novel architecture for LTE-B :C-plane/U-plane split and Phantom Cell concept
Hiroyuki Ishii;Yoshihisa Kishiyama;Hideaki Takahashi.
global communications conference (2012)
System-level performance of downlink NOMA for future LTE enhancements
Anass Benjebbovu;Anxin Li;Yuya Saito;Yoshihisa Kishiyama.
global communications conference (2013)
Performance of Non-orthogonal Multiple Access with SIC in Cellular Downlink Using Proportional Fair-Based Resource Allocation
Nagisa Otao;Yoshihisa Kishiyama;Kenichi Higuchi.
IEICE Transactions on Communications (2015)
Performance of non-orthogonal access with SIC in cellular downlink using proportional fair-based resource allocation
Nagisa Otao;Yoshihisa Kishiyama;Kenichi Higuchi.
international symposium on wireless communication systems (2012)
Base station device, user device and method used in mobile communication system
Yoshihisa Kishiyama;Kenichi Higuchi;Mamoru Sawahashi.
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