About Dr Zihuai Lin
Zihuai’s work aims to design power and bandwidth efficient high speed wireless communication systems. Zihuai Lin is currently a research fellow at the Telecommunications Laboratory of the School of Electrical and Information Engineering at Sydney University. He has been working and doing research in the area of high data rate wireless communication including European wireless LAN standard Hiperlan2 since 1999. His research interests include wireless network coding, joint source channel coding, digital communication theory, Multi-user MIMO, wireless sensor network, etc. Dr. Lin is an IEEE member. Before he joined University of Sydney, he worked as a research associate professor at Aalborg University and an external senior researcher at Nokia Siemens Networks, Denmark, where he worked with a Specific Targeted Research Project of the 6th Framework Programme of the European Commission, the project is about self-configurable air interface. His main focus was on linear/nonlinear pre-coding, space time coding for MIMO-OFDM, Multi-user MIMO, packet scheduling, OFDMA, SC-FDMA, etc. The main currently active research areas are coding schemes for wireless sensor network include network coding, distributed source coding and cooperative coding for wireless sensor networks.
- Z. Lin and T. Aulin, “Joint Source and Channel Coding using Punctured Ring Convolutional Coded CPM”, IEEE Transactions on Communications, Volume 56, NO. 5, May 2008, pp. 712-723.
- 1. Z. Lin and T. Aulin, “On Combined Ring Convolutional Coded Quantization and CPM for Joint Source and Channel Coding”, European Transactions on Telecommunications (ETT) Special Issue on 'New Directions in Information Theory', ETT Issue Vol.19, No.2, April 2008, pp. 443-453.
- Z. Lin, “Average Channel Capacity of LTE Downlink Multi-user MIMO Systems”, Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC), 2008, Beijing, P, R, China.
- 1. Z. Lin and B. Vucetic, “Power and rate adaptation for wireless network coding with opportunistic scheduling”, Proceedings of IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory, 6-11 July, 2008, pp. 21-25.
- 1. Z. Lin and T. Aulin, “On Joint Source and Channel Coding using trellis coded CPM: Analytical Bounds on the Channel Distortion”, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, Vol. 53, No. 9, Sept. 2007. pp. 3081-3094.
- 1. Z. Lin, T. B. Sorensen and P. E. Mogensen, “Downlink SINR distribution of linearly precoded multi-user MIMO systems”, IEEE Communications Letters, Vol. 11, No. 11, Nov. 2007.
- 1. Z. Lin and T. Aulin, “Joint Source-Channel Coding using Combined TCQ/CPM: Iterative Decoding”, IEEE Transactions on Communications, VOL.53, NO. 12, Dec. 2005, pp. 1991-1995.
- 1. Z. Lin and T. Aulin, "New Lower Bounds on the Symbol Error Probability for MLSD of CPM Signals on the AWGN Channel", IEE Proceedings Communications, Vol. 150, No.5, October 2003. pp. 312-316.
- 1. Z. Lin and A. Svensson, "New Rate Compatible Repetition Convolutional Codes", IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, Vol. 46, No. 7, Nov. 2000, pp. 2651-2659.
- 1. Z. Lin, G. Malmgren and J. Torsner, "System Performance analysis of Link Adaptation in Hiperlan type II", Proc. of 52nd IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference 2000 (Fall), Boston, MA, USA, Sept. 2000.