Hlaing Minn Is Professor of Electrical Engineering and Director of the Information & Communications Systems Lab. His research interests include:
- Communications Resource Designs and Management
- Cross-Layer Capacity Enhancement Techniques
- Spectrum-Agile Systems
- Cooperative / Relay Systems
- Robust Rceiver Agorithms Under Practical System Impairments
- MIMO and Diversity Techniques/Systems
- Next-Generation Wireless PAN, LAN, MAN, RAN, LTE, LTE-Advanced and IMT-Advanced Systems
- Wireless Health-Care and Quality-Of-Life Enhancement Technologies.
- Wireless Communications
- Signal Processing
- Signal Design
- Interference Management
- Spectrum Access
- Millimeter-Wave Systems
- Heterogeneous Network
- Biomedical Signal Processing,
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Network Dimensioning, QoE Maximization, and Power Control for Multi-Tier Machine-Type Communications (IEEE-Institute of Electrical Electronics Engineers Inc, 2018-10-12)For a radio resource-limited multi-tier machine-type communication (MTC) network, controlling random access congestion while satisfying the unique requirements of each tier (type) and guaranteeing fairness among nodes is ...
Angle-Domain Approach for Parameter Estimation in High-Mobility OFDM with Fully/Partly Calibrated Massive ULA (IEEE-Institute of Electrical Electronics Engineers Inc, 2018-12-04)In this paper, we consider a downlink orthogonal frequency division multiplexing system from a base station to a high-speed train equipped with fully/partly calibrated massive uniform linear antenna-array (ULA) in wireless ...
RFI Cancellation for an Array Radio Astronomy System with Receiver Nonlinearity (Institute of Electrical Electronics Engineers Inc., 2019-01-07)Radio frequency interference (RFI) is an important problem for a radio astronomy system (RAS) due to the very weak radio astronomical signals. Rapid expansions of active wireless systems (AWSs), as well as more demands for ...
Precompensation and System Parameters Estimation for Low-Cost Nonlinear Tera-Hertz Transmitters in the Presence of I/Q Imbalance Tera-Hertz (THz) transmission can offer several attractive applications, yet developing low-cost energy-efficient THz devices is at an early stage. The most promising low-cost THz transmitter architecture in the literature ...