Yang MIAO--Research Assistant Professor
- Doctoral of Engineering & Master of Engineering 2015.09 & 2012.09
Junichi Takada Lab, Mobile Communication Research Group, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
- Bachelor of Engineering 2010.07
Control Engineering in Dept. of Information Science and Engineering, Zhejiang University, China
- Research assistant professor, Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen, China, 2018.3.09 – Present
- To replay the radio channel in multi-probe over-the-air testing anechoic chamber
- To localize multiple persons from bistatic MIMO radio channel
- Intern/Senior antenna engineer, Jaguar Wave Technology Inc., Shenzhen, China, 2017.10.09 – 2018.03.07
- To optimize the position and orientation when deploying mmWave antenna array in specific indoor scenario
- I simulated radio channels by using ray tracing with input of originally designed antenna arrays at 60-70 GHz
- I simulated cubic antenna array with different excitation voltage for desired beam pattern
- Postdoc researcher, Ghent University, Belgium, 2017.10.01 – 2018.1.30
- To detect the existence of human body and further identify the posture of body by using MIMO radio channel [ongoing collaboration]
- I conducted radio channel measurement in a meeting room in Lille University, France, by using channel sounder MIMOSA at 1.35 GHz with dual-polarized patch arrays at link ends
- I compared the reverberation time, the spatial power spectrum of measured channel when 1 person, 2 persons, 3 persons, 4 persons presenting in different locations in room with that of channel when without person
- CLEAN algorithm and Dynamic-MUSIC algorithm are applied to measured channel to explore the feasibility of human positioning
- Postdoc researcher, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium, 2015.10.01 – 2017.07.20
- To predict the room-to-room radio channel deterministically in a more efficient manner
- I proposed a hybrid modeling approach using ray tracing and propagation graph in combination, where the propagation graph utilizes room electromagnetics theory to model efficiently the reverberation slope composing multiple reflections and diffuse scattering
- I validated my proposal by simulating the predicated channel and compare with data obtained from channel sounding measurement
- To improveray tracing based simulation tools for radio propagation prediction in urban/indoor scenarios for 5G
- I proposeda mathematical modeling of the angular-dependent correlation of diffuse scattering (a crucial propagation mechanism when using higher frequency band)
- I designed andconducted measurements by using R&S log-periodic antennas, VNA, Labview, and linear scanner in a virtual semi-circle anechoic chamber in front of a wide brick wall
- I validated my proposalby comparing with 1) simulated data by physical optics; 2) measured data
- Research assistant, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2010.10.01 – 2015.09.25
- “TheResearch and Development Project for Expansion of Radio Spectrum Resources”, Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication
- I participated in11 GHz spherical antenna measurement of uniform circular array in NTT DoCoMo
- Due to the limitation of measurementtime and the mechanical limitation in measurement range, the measured patterns are incomplete and coarse; I proposed an algorithm for pattern reconstruction in spatial domain and validated it by simulating reconstructed pattern and comparing with measured data
- I developed codes for array element pattern rotation and translation
- I interpolated radiation pattern in frequency domain
- To optimizeinteraction between the designable antennas and the uncontrollable radio propagation environment
- To obtain antenna de-embedded propagation channel directly from measurable radio channel, I proposed an ideal spherical array configuration with orthogonal dipole elements and a practical spherical array configuration with DRA (DielectricResonator Antenna)
- To obtain the 3D radiation pattern of DRA, I designed and conducted semi-automatic spherical antenna measurement in anechoic chamber in Tokyo Tech
- To validate the prediction of radio channel with different antennas in the same propagation environment, I designed and conducted radio channel measurement at 2.45 GHz by using VNA, RF switch, Arduino uno board; to this end, I prototyped a semi-automatic spherical mold for loading DRA to form virtual spherical array; I simulated a patch antenna in CST and fabricated it by using RF4 PCB board, Circuit CAM and Board Master
- From the statistical analysis of parameters of measured channel in Helsinki, I developed a stochastic model for the antenna de-embedded propagation channel in spherical vector wave domain
- Visiting researcher, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, Feb. 2015– Mar. 2015
- To analyze the complete performance of a wireless device without any cables connected to it, I participated in the Generic-OTA (Over-The-Air) meetings and discussed the performance evaluations of a Huawei cellphone and Volvo auto-car
- Visiting researcher, Aalto University & Nokia Solutions and Networks (NSN), Finland, Mar. 2013– Jun. 2013
- CONETCO(Very high throughput communication in novel network configurations) Project, NSN
- Tocharacterize the future wireless communication systems in millimeter wave frequency band, I participated in 60 & 70 GHz radio channel measurement in indoor office, shopping mall and Helsinki central railway station, by using VNA, signal generator, horn antenna and bicone antenna
- Tovisualize the measured radio channel and associate the radio wave traveling with the environment, I processed a part of the measured data by calculating the angle of arrival, angle of departure, delay, and polarimetric complex gain, and drew radio paths in floor plan
- SeiichiTejima Overseas Student Research Award 2014, Japan, Feb. 2015
- The bestoral presenter at the 6th Multidisciplinary International Student Workshop, Japan, Aug. 2014
- The 3rdPrize in IEEE Student Paper Contest 2013, the IEEE Tokyo Institute of Technology Student Brach, Japan, Mar. 2014
- MEXT scholarship, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology, Japan, Oct. 2010 – Sep. 2015
- OutstandingGraduates Award, China, Jul. 2010
- Miao, J. Takada, K. Saito, K. Haneda, A.A. Glauznov, Y. Gong, “Comparison of Plane Wave and Spherical Vector Wave Channel Modeling for Characterizing the Nonspecular Wave Scattering From Surface, ” IEEE AWPL (to be submitted soon)
- Miao, E. Tanghe, J. Takada, W. Joseph, Y. Gong, “Measurement-based Analysis on Interaction of Multiple Persons with Bistatic MIMO Radio Channel in a Meeting Room,” IEEE AWPL (to be submitted soon)
- Miao, T. Pedersen, M. Gan, E. Vinogradov, C. Oestges, “Reverberant Room-to-Room Radio Channel Prediction by Using Rays and Graphs,” IEEE Transaction on Antenna and Propagation (revision submitted)
- Miao, Q. Gueuning, C. Oestges, "Modeling the Phase Correlation of Effective Diffuse Scattering from Surfaces for Radio Propagation Prediction with Antennas at Refined Separation," IEEE Transaction on Antennas and Propagations, vol. 66, no. 3, 2018.
- Miao, K. Haneda, M. Kim, J. Takada, "Antenna De-embedding of Radio Propagation Channel with Truncated Modes in the Spherical Vector Wave Domain ", IEEE Transaction on Antennas and Propagation, vol. 63, no. 9, 2015.
- Miao, J. Takada, "Pattern Reconstruction for Deviated AUT in Spherical Measurement by Using Spherical Waves," IEICE Transaction on Communications, vol. E97-B, no. 01, pp. 105-113, 2014.
- Yusuf, Y. Miao, E. Tanghe, et al., “Estimation of the Number of Persons in a Room based on Room Electromagnetics,” PIRMIC, Bologna, Aug. 2018 (submitted).
- Miao, E. Tanghe, R. Aminzadeh, P. Laly, D. Gaillot, M. Lienard, R. Berkvens, M. Weyn, D. Plets, L. Martens, W. Joseph, 2ndURSI AT-RASC, May 2018 (submitted).
- Miao, Q. Gueuning, M. Gan, C. Oestges, "Adding Diffuse Scattering Correlation to Effective Roughness Models in Ray Tracing," EuCAP 2017, Paris, Mar. 2017.
- Miao, A.A. Glazunov, K. Haneda, J.-I Takada, "A Practical Approach to Measuring Propagation Channel in the Spherical Vector Wave Domain ", PIERS 2015, Prague, Czech, Jul. 2015.
- Miao, K. Haneda, M. Kim, J.-I Takada, "Stochastic Modelling of LOS Double-Directional Channel in Spherical Wave Domain --- Concept, Formulation and Validation," 31st URSI General Assembly and Science Symposium (URSI GASS), Beijing, China, Aug. 2014.
- Miao, J. Takada, "Antenna Pattern Reconstruction by Spherical Vector Waves for Spherical Antenna Measurement," Electromagnetic Theory (EMTS), Proceedings of 2013 URSI International Symposium on, Hiroshima, Japan, May 2013, pp. 1035-1038.
European COST actions:
- Miao, T. Pedersen, M. Gan, C. Oestges, “Modeling Reverberant Room-to-Room Radio Channel by Using Rays and Graphs in Combination,” COST CA 15104 meeting, Lund, Sweden, May 2017.
- Miao, Q. Gueuning, C. Oestges, "Investigating the Angular Dependence of Diffuse Scattering Correlation – a Black Box Way," COST CA 15104 meeting, Lille, France, Jun. 2016.
Domestic conference in Belgium:
- BESTCOM meeting, Leuven
- BESTCOM meeting, Louvain la neuve
Domestic conference in Japan:
- Miao, J. Takada, "Comparable Analysis of Spherical and Plane Wave Channel Modelling," the 590th meeting of URSI-F, International Union of Radio Science Commission F Japanese Committee, NICT, Japan, Dec. 2014.
- Miao, K. Haneda, M. Kim, J. Takada, "Antenna De-embedding and Antenna-Channel Recombination of MIMO system --- Feasibility Investigation in Spherical Wave Domain," IEICE Technical Committee of AP and SAT, Gifu, Japan, Jul. 2014.
- Miao, K. Haneda, M. Kim, J. Takada, "Investigation on Accuracy of Antenna De-embedding in Spherical Wave Domain," IEICE General Conference, B-1-8, Niigata Uni., Japan, Mar. 2014.
- Miao, K. Haneda, M. Kim, J. Takada, "A Statistical Model for Double-Directional Channel in Spherical Wave Domain," the 580th meeting of URSI-F, International Union of Radio Science Commission F Japanese Committee, NICT, Japan, Dec. 2013.
- Miao, J. Takada, "Antenna Pattern Reconstruction Using Spherical Waves for Spherical Antenna Measurement," IEICE MW 2012-105, Technical Committee on Microwave Engineering, vol. 112, no. 251, pp. 135-139, Utsunomiya Uni., Japan, Oct. 2012.
- Miao, J. Takada, "Extrapolation of Whole Sphere Data from Incomplete Antenna Measurement," IEEE Instrumentation & Measurement Society Japan Chapter, 2nd Student Workshop, IEEE_IM-S12-01, Tokyo, Japan, May 2012.
Workshop: (MISW is the local selection workshop for international AOTULE):
- Miao, K. Haneda, M. Kim, J. Takada, "On Propagation Channel Representation in Spherical Wave Domain," AOTULE (Asia-Oceania Top University League on Engineering) Conference, Melbourne, Australia, Nov. 2014.
- Miao, K. Haneda, M. Kim, J. Takada, "On Propagation Channel Representation in Spherical Wave Domain," the 6th MISW (Multidisciplinary International Student Workshop), Tokyo, Japan, Aug. 2014.
- Miao, J. Takada, "Antenna Pattern Reconstruction using Spherical Vector Waves in Spherical Antenna Measurement," AOTULE (Asia-Oceania Top University League on Engineering) Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Nov. 2012.
- Miao, J. Takada, " Antenna Pattern Reconstruction using Spherical Vector Waves in Spherical Antenna Measurement," the 4th MISW (Multidisciplinary International Student Workshop), Tokyo, Japan, Aug. 2012.