IEEE International Conference on Communications
16–20 May 2022 // Seoul, South Korea // Hybrid: In-Person and Virtual Conference
Intelligent Connectivity for Smart World

WS-9: On-Demand Program

WS-9: Orbital Angular Momentum Transmission

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Presentation Sessions (on-demand):

Session 1

Monday May 16, 2022, 09:00~17:00 (KST), WS 09-1: Orbital Angular Momentum Transmission

  1. Implementation and Evaluation of sub-THz OAM Multiplexing Transmission

Hirofumi Sasaki (NTT, Japan); Yasunori Yagi (NTT, Japan); Tomoya Kageyama (NTT Network Innovation Laboratories, Japan); Doohwan Lee (NTT, Japan)

  1. Optimal Design of Full-Duplex Orbital Angular Momentum Mode-Division Multiplexing Systems

Woong Son (Chungnam National University, Korea (South)); Ki-Hun Lee (Chungnam National University & Wireless Communication Laboratory, Korea (South)); EunMi Choi (UNIST, Korea (South)); Bang Chul Jung (Chungnam National University, Korea (South))

  1. Performance Analysis of Single-carrier OAM Multiplexing Considering Radiation Pattern and Polarization in the Presence of Ground Reflection

Shuhei Saito (Waseda University, Japan); Hirofumi Suganuma (Waseda University, Japan); Kayo Ogawa (Japan Women's University, Japan); Fumiaki Maehara (Waseda University, Japan)

  1. Research on the Statistical Orbital Angular Momentum Coverage Based on Quasi-Talbot Effect in Mobile Network

Chenyu Zhang (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China); Wei Zheng (BUPT, China); Luhan Wang (BUPT, China); Xiangming Wen (BUPT, China)

  1. Enhanced Shannon Capacity with Orbital Angular Momentum Dimension

Yuanhe Wang (Tsinghua University, China); Chao Zhang (Tsinghua University, China)

  1. Satellite-to-Ground Multi-dimensional Quantum Teleportation via Orbital Angular Momentum

Ziqing Wang (University of New South Wales, Australia); Robert Malaney (University of New South Wales, Australia); Ryan Aguinaldo (Northrop Grumman Corporation, USA)

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