Recent papers, demonstrations and talks

The following papers have recently been accepted:

  1. D. Raychaudhuri, I. Seskar, G. Zussman, T. Korakis, D. Kilper, T. Chen, J. Kolodziejski, M. Sherman, Z. Kostic, X. Gu, H. Krishnaswamy, S. Maheshwari, P. Skrimponis, and C. Gutterman, “Challenge: COSMOS: A city-scale programmable testbed for experimentation with advanced wireless,” in Proc. ACM MobiCom’20 (to appear), Sept. 2020. [download] [COSMOS website]

  2. A. Nagulu, A. Gaonkar, S. Ahasan, T. Chen, G. Zussman, and H. Krishnaswamy, “A full-duplex receiver leveraging multiphase switched-capacitor-delay based multi-domain FIR filter cancellers,” in Proc. IEEE Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits (RFIC) Symposium (to appear), June 2020.

  3. A Nagulu, M. Tymchenko, A. Alu, and H. Krishnaswamy, "Ultra Compact, Ultra Wideband, DC-1GHz CMOS Circulator Based on Quasi-Electrostatic Wave Propagation in Commutated Switched Capacitor Networks," in Proc. IEEE Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits (RFIC) Symposium (to appear, nominated for Best Student Paper Award), June 2020

  4. A. Nagulu, N. Reiskarimian, and H. Krishnaswamy, "Non-reciprocal Electronics Based on Temporal Modulation," Nature Electronics, May 2020.

  5. T. Chen, J. Diakonikolas, J. Ghaderi, and G. Zussman, “Hybrid scheduling in heterogeneous half- and full-duplex wireless networks,” IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, vol. 28, no. 2, pp. 764–777, Apr. 2020. [download] [presentation]

  6. A. Nagulu, T. Chen, G. Zussman, and H. Krishnaswamy, “Non-magnetic 180nm SOI circulator with multi-watt power handling based on switched capacitor clock boosting,” in Proc. IEEE ISSCC’20, Feb. 2020.

The following book chapter was recently published: 

  1. Tingjun Chen*, Jin Zhou*, Gil Zussman#, and Harish Krishnaswamy#, "Integrated full-fuplex radios: System concepts, implementations, and experimentation (invited)," in Full-Duplex Communications for Future Wireless Networks (eds: H. Alves, T. Riihonen, and H. Suraweera), pp. 299–320, Springer, 2020 (* and # indicate equal contributions)

The following demo was recently presented:

  1. A. Nagulu, M. Kohli, T. Chen, G. Zussman, and H. Krishnaswamy, "A Real-Time Full-Duplex Wireless Link using Multi-Watt CMOS Circulators Based on Switched-Capacitor Clock Boosting," in Proc. IEEE International Solid State Circuits Conference (ISSCC), Feb. 2020.

The following talks have been given:

  1. T. Chen, “Cross-layering in future wireless networks: From compact full-duplex radios to city-scale experimentation,”

    1. University of Michigan, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Apr. 2020.

    2. Carnegie Mellon University, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Apr. 2020.

    3. University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mar. 2020.

    4. Duke University, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mar. 2020.

    5. Cornell Tech and Cornell University, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Feb. 2020.

    6. Columbia University, Data Science Institute Sense, Collect, and Move Data Seminar, Feb. 2020.

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