PUC-Rio 5G and Beyond Lab
The laboratory of fifth generation (5G) and beyond wireless communications aims to study and develop innovative solutions for the current and the next generation of wireless communications systems. The lab is based at the Centre for Telecommunications Studies (CETUC) of PUC-Rio and conducts research activities in:
o communication theory,
o signal processing,
o network architectures,
o information and coding theory and
o antennas, propagation and channel characterisation.
Its mission is to deliver innovative engineering solutions through liaison with industry, technology transfer, testbeds and training.
Flavio Luiz Duarte
Roberto Brauer di Renna
o Cloud radio access networks
o Millimeter-wave communications
o Multicarrier communications and new waveforms
o Physical-layer security techniques
o Data science
P. Li and R. C. de Lamare, "Distributed Iterative Detection with Reduced Message Passing for Networked MIMO Cellular Systems", IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 2014. pdf
K. Zu, R. C. de Lamare and M. Haardt, "Generalized Design of Low-Complexity Block Diagonalization Type Precoding Algorithms for Multiuser MIMO Systems", IEEE Transactions on Communications, 2013. pdf
R. C. de Lamare, "Adaptive and Iterative Multi-Branch MMSE Decision Feedback Detection Algorithms for Multi-Antenna Systems", IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, October 2013. pdf
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