Naoki Ishikawa
Naoki Ishikawa
Assistant Professor, Hiroshima City University
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TitleCited byYear
Subcarrier-Index Modulation Aided OFDM-Will it Work?
N Ishikawa, S Sugiura, L Hanzo
IEEE Access 4, 2580-2593, 2016
1132016
Generalized Spatial Modulation Based Reduced-RF-Chain Millimeter-Wave Communications
N Ishikawa, R Rajashekar, S Sugiura, L Hanzo
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 2016
502016
Unified Differential Spatial Modulation
N Ishikawa, S Sugiura
IEEE Wireless Communications Letters 3 (4), 337-340, 2014
402014
50 years of permutation, spatial and index modulation: From classic RF to visible light communications and data storage
N Ishikawa, S Sugiura, L Hanzo
IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials 20 (3), 1905-1938, 2018
342018
Full-Diversity Dispersion Matrices from Algebraic Field Extensions for Differential Spatial Modulation
R Rajashekar, N Ishikawa, S Sugiura, KVS Hari, L Hanzo
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 2015
292015
Maximizing Constrained Capacity of Power-Imbalanced Optical Wireless MIMO Communications Using Spatial Modulation
N Ishikawa, S Sugiura
Journal of Lightwave Technology 33 (2), 519 - 527, 2015
232015
Rectangular differential spatial modulation for open-loop noncoherent massive-MIMO downlink
N Ishikawa, S Sugiura
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 16 (3), 1908-1920, 2017
172017
Algebraic differential spatial modulation is capable of approaching the performance of its coherent counterpart
R Rajashekar, C Xu, N Ishikawa, S Sugiura, KVS Hari, L Hanzo
IEEE Transactions on Communications 65 (10), 4260-4273, 2017
112017
Single-RF index shift keying aided differential space–time block coding
C Xu, R Rajashekar, N Ishikawa, S Sugiura, L Hanzo
IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing 66 (3), 773-788, 2017
82017
Single-and Multiple-RF Aided Non-Coherent Generalized Spatial Modulation
N Ishikawa, S Sugiura
IEEE 79th Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Spring), 2014
62014
Differential space-time coding dispensing with channel estimation approaches the performance of its coherent counterpart in the open-loop massive MIMO-OFDM downlink
N Ishikawa, R Rajashekar, C Xu, S Sugiura, L Hanzo
IEEE Transactions on Communications 66 (12), 6190-6204, 2018
52018
Finite-cardinality single-RF differential space-time modulation for improving the diversity-throughput tradeoff
C Xu, P Zhang, R Rajashekar, N Ishikawa, S Sugiura, L Wang, L Hanzo
IEEE Transactions on Communications 67 (1), 318-335, 2018
42018
EXIT-chart-based design of irregular precoded power-imbalanced optical spatial modulation
N Ishikawa, S Sugiura
IEEE 82nd Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Fall), 2015
42015
Differential-Detection Aided Large-Scale Generalized Spatial Modulation Is Capable of Operating in High-Mobility Millimeter-Wave Channels
N Ishikawa, R Rajashekar, C Xu, M El-Hajjar, S Sugiura, LL Yang, ...
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing, 2019
22019
gNear-Perfecth Finite-Cardinality Generalized Space-Time Shift Keying
C Xu, P Zhang, R Rajashekar, N Ishikawa, S Sugiura, Z Wang, L Hanzo
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications 37 (9), 2146-2164, 2019
12019
Space-, time-, and frequency-domain permutation modulation designed for microwave and optical wireless communications
N Ishikawa
Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology Ph.D. Thesis, 2017
12017
Multicarrier Division Duplex Aided Millimeter Wave Communications
R Rajashekar, C Xu, N Ishikawa, LL Yang, L Hanzo
IEEE Access 7, 100719-100732, 2019
2019
Dataset for Multicarrier Division Duplex Aided Millimeter Wave Communications
R Rakshith, C Xu, N Ishikawa, L Yang, L Hanzo
University of Southampton, 2019
2019
IMToolkit: An Open-Source Index Modulation Toolkit for Reproducible Research Based on Massively Parallel Algorithms
N Ishikawa
IEEE Access 7, 93830-93846, 2019
2019
Dataset for" Near-Perfect" Finite-Cardinality Generalized Space-Time Shift Keying
C Xu, P Zhang, N Ishikawa, S Sugiura, Z Wang, L Hanzo
University of Southampton, 2019
2019
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