IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference
25-28 May 2020 // Virtual Conference
Beyond Connectivity: What Comes After 5G

Call for Papers

The proposed workshop aims at providing an interactive platform for industry and academic to timely exchange research, findings, and key technical challenges associated with FDR.  In this context, papers are solicited reporting on the following representative and important topics, but not limited to:

  • FDR uses cases and deployment scenarios
  • Self-interference channel measurement and characterization for indoor and outdoor environments
  • Self-interference channel modelling associated with statistical parameters
  • Self-interference cancellation techniques and mechanisms
  • Advanced self-interference management techniques
  • Network integration schemes and performance evaluations for FDR
  • Cross-link interference management in presence of FDR wireless links
  • FDR transceiver architectures and their performance analysis
  • Duplexing schemes combine non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) and FDR
  • Cooperative FDR communications
  • Wireless medium observation in cognitive radio networks enabled by self-interference cancellation techniques
  • FDR device-to-device and machine-to-machine communications
  • Resource allocation, medium access control, and scheduling techniques in FDR-enabled networks
  • FDR ultra-reliable low-latency communications (URLLC)
  • Optimized antenna architectures and configurations for FDR transceiver integration