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Optical Wireless Communications - B5G&6G Mobile Networks

Jupeng Ding

Xinjiang University

A dedicated researcher in visible light communications, optical wireless communications, 5G and beyond, CIC & CIE senior member and holder of ten registered patents.

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Optical Beams MIMO Channel Carateristic Mobile OWC VLC FSO Relay Underwater Optical Communication Vehicle to Vehicle Vehicle to Infrastructure Railway Communication Aerial OWC

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With the widespread commercialization of the fifth generation (5G) wireless networking techniques, more and more attention is paid to the 5G evolution and even potential sixth generation (6G) wireless techniques. As one promising candidate technique, optical wireless communication (OWC) and its other specific paradigms including visible light communication (VLC) and free-space optics (FSO) are actively discussed in academic and research communities. In the coming beyond 5G & 6G envision, to meet unprecedented throughput need, wireless networking techniques will be further reshaped and extended to adapt to diverse indoor, outdoor, underwater, vehicular, aerial, underground, and railway applications scenarios. It should be noted that abundant unregulated available optical spectrum, natural high security, and no conventional radio frequency (RF) interference are among the distinct advantages of OWC. On the other side, there are many open problems that are still waiting for sufficient investigation and schemes iteration. Moreover, various OWC performance enhancement and channel characterization are urgently needed from the conventional Lambertian optical beams to the different scenarios-oriented non-Lambertian beams configuration.

All the relevant work will definitely open new improvement degree of freedom and push the OWC-based 6G access forward aggressively.

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Jupeng Ding

Xinjiang University

Jupeng Ding received the Ph. D. degree in communication engineering from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT), Beijing, China. In 2013, he joined the Key Laboratory of Wireless-Optical Communications, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Optical Wireless Communication and Network Center, School of Information Science and Technology, University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, China. In 2017, he worked in one of the world's top 500 enterprises. Then he joined Xinjiang University working on optical wireless communications. His current research interests include visible light communications, optical wireless communications, 5G&B5G mobile communications and free space optics. Currently, he is an associate professor at the College of Information Science and Engineering, Xinjiang University. He holds more than 10 patents. He works as one active reviewer of high level journals including IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine, IEEE Communications Letters,IEEE Wireless Communications Letters,IEEE Journal of Lightwave Technology,Elsevier Optics Communications,OSA Optics Letters,and OSA Optics Express.

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