Author: ycorre

Release of Deliverable D1.1: Preliminary status on Regulation

BRAVE partners are proud to release their new deliverable D1.1 on the Spectrum regulation status. Apprehension of the spectrum regulations evolution to support new telecommunication usage in millimetre-wave and sub-THz frequency ranges requires a general understanding of the spectrum management framework at global, regional and national levels. Deliverable D1.1 provides an overview of the main regulatory…
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Feedback on the GDR ISIS day, 18 Sept. 2019

Summary on the GDR ISIS day dedicated to Enabling Technologies for sub-THz and THz communication, which took place in ANFR Maisons-Alfort Paris the 18th of September 2019. Twelve presenters described their recent research results. Talks covered many aspects of sub-THz and THz communication, channel coding, physical layer antenna, channel propagation and test benches. About 30…
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Special session at ICASSP 2020

Scientific THz authors are warmly invited to submit at the ICASSP special session by October 21th. The 45th IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP) is expecting more than 3000 participants in Barcelona, May 4-8 2020. The BRAVE project is associated to the French research laboratory IETR to support the special session…
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How B5G frequencies will further enhance the next-generation wireless networks performance

The BRAVE partners have launched in January 2018 an ambitious research project to explore how the sub-TeraHertz (sub-THz) spectrum above 90 GHz could make the future wireless communication technologies outperform 5G. The millimeter-wave bands between 10 and 90 GHz are extensively considered today for 5G deployments. Their connectivity range is much shorter than offered by…
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Recent research results: Adaptive PSK Modulation Scheme in the Presence of Phase Noise

S. Bicais from CEA has presented at SPAWC 2018 a research study dedicated to the definition of a link adaption scheme for PSK modulation corrupted by strong phase noise. Phase noise is one of the major impairments affecting severely performance of millimeter-wave systems. This paper addresses the problem of link adaption for coherent and non-coherent…
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GdR ISIS day – Enabling Technologies for sub-TeraHertz and TeraHertz communications – 18 Sept 2019

Journée scientifique GdR ISIS: Enabling Technologies for sub-TeraHertz and TeraHertz communications. Date : 18 Septembre 2019 Lieu : Agence nationale des fréquences (ANFR), 78 avenue du Général de Gaulle 94704 MAISONS-ALFORT Cedex Durée : 1 jour (Thèmes C et D). Public visé : Académiques, industriels. Lien: http://www.gdr-isis.fr/index.php?page=reunion&idreunion=393. Motivations: Sub-TeraHertz (sub-THz) and Terahertz (THz) technologies, which…
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Report on Propagation and RF impairments modelling, Feb 2019

Report BRAVE D2.0: Propagation channel model and RF impairments definition has been released by the BRAVE project. This deliverable gives a state-of-the-art and first BRAVE outcomes related to the characterization and modelling of the sub-THz physical layer (above 90 GHz). This will serve the identification of appropriate radio modulation schemes and efficient waveforms for sub-THz…
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Report on BRAVE scenarios, Nov 2018

Report BRAVE D1.0: Beyond-5G Wireless Tbps Scenarios and Requirements is the first public deliverable released by the BRAVE project. It describes some applicative scenarios and use cases in which ultra-high throughput (of order of Tbps) wireless communication systems are envisaged in bands above 90 GHz: kiosk download, wireless backhauling, Fixed Wireless Access (FWA), drones, server farm,…
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First BRAVE international public communication

Wednesday 27th July 2018. The BRAVE partners have presented the general objectives of the project, the considered sub-THz scenarios, and the recent results on Phase noise impact, at the 25th IEEE International Conference on Telecommunications , Saint Malo. Frequency bands above 90 GHz offers opportunities for multi-Gbps data rates, which may be exploited for beyond-5G…
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adaptative PSK modulation And Spawc

Proud to announce the acceptance of a paper at SPAWC 2018

The contribution, entitled “Adaptive PSK Modulation Scheme in the Presence of Phase Noise” by CEA-Leti addresses the problem of link adaption for coherent and non-coherent phase modulated signals subject to Gaussian and Wiener phase noise. Contrary to usual link adaptation schemes, we propose a simple scheme exploiting estimations of not only the signal-to-noise ratio but…
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