Bingli Jiao


Prof. Bingli Jiao, Peking University, China
Title: An Opportunistic-Bit Method for Increasing Spectral Efficiency
Abstract: This talk presents a method for increasing the spectral efficiency of the massive IP packet transmission over single channel. As has been known, an IP packet can be divided into the header and data unit (DU). The former contains the sufficient information, such as information of the address, series number and CODEC, to the receiver and the latter carries the information bits of the communications. When dealing with the large number of the DUs, we define series of time slots (TS), each of which represents a number of bits. When a DU contains the bits which are same as that of the TS, we allocate the DU to the TS by cutting off the bits with the DU. By doing this, the bits taken for channel realization is saved. Consequently, the spectral efficiency is increased in terms of data rate and power saving. The simulation results confirm this approach.
Short bio: Professor Bingli Jiao obtained his BS and MS degrees at Peking University, China, in 1983 and 1988, and Dr. degree at University of Saarland, Germany in 1995, respectively. He is currently with Peking University as a full professor, director of the Center of Wireless Communication and Signal Processing, and a PKU director of the Advanced Communications Joint Lab between Peking University and Princeton University. His research interests are in the field of wireless communications and mobile healthcare. He initiated the R&D on co-frequency and co-time full duplex for the application to mobile networks in 2006. So far, he has published more than 70 journal papers.