Zhangjie Peng

Zhangjie Peng
Shanghai Normal University (China) · College of Information, Mechanical and Electronic Engineering

Doctor of Engineering

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This paper investigates reconfigurable intelligent surface (RIS)-assisted secure multiuser communication systems subject to hardware impairments (HIs). We jointly optimize the beamforming vectors at the base station (BS) and the phase shifts of the reflecting elements at the RIS so as to maximize the weighted minimum secrecy rate (WMSR), subject to...
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We investigate a multi-pair two-way decode-and-forward relaying aided massive multiple-input multiple-output antenna system under Rician fading channels, in which multiple pairs of users exchange information through a relay station having multiple antennas. Imperfect channel state information is considered in the context of maximum-ratio processing...
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Reconfigurable intelligent surface (RIS) or intelligent reflecting surface (IRS) has recently been envisioned as one of the most promising technologies in the future sixth-generation (6G) communications. In this paper, we consider the joint optimization of the transmit beamforming at the base station (BS) and the phase shifts at the RIS for an RIS-...
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Reconfigurable intelligent surface (RIS) or intelligent reflecting surface (IRS) has recently been envisioned as one of the most promising technologies in the future sixth-generation (6G) communications. In this paper, we consider the joint optimization of the transmit beamforming at the base station (BS) and the phase shifts at the RIS for an RIS-...
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In this letter, we investigate a reconfigurable intelligent surfaces (RIS)-aided device to device (D2D) communication system over Rician fading channels with imperfect hardware including both hardware impairment at the transceivers and phase noise at the RISs. This paper has optimized the phase shift by a genetic algorithm (GA) method to maximize t...
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We investigate a multi-pair two-way decode-andforward relaying aided massive multiple-input multiple-output antenna system under Rician fading channels, in which multiple pairs of users exchange information through a relay station having multiple antennas. Imperfect channel state information is considered in the context of maximum-ratio processing....
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We investigate massive access in the Internet-of-Things (IoT) relying on multi-pair two-way amplify-and-forward (AF) relay systems using massive multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO). We utilize the approximate message passing (AMP) algorithm for joint device activity detection and channel estimation. Furthermore, we analyze the achievable rates fo...
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In this paper, we investigate a reconfigurable intelligent surface (RIS) aided multi-pair communication system, in which multi-pair users exchange information via an RIS. We derive an approximate expression for the achievable rate by assuming that statistical channel state information (CSI) is available. A genetic algorithm (GA) to solve the rate m...
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In practice, residual transceiver hardware impairments inevitably lead to distortion noise which causes the performance loss. In this paper, we study the robust transmission design for a reconfigurable intelligent surface (RIS)-aided secure communication system in the presence of transceiver hardware impairments. We aim for maximizing the secrecy r...
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Low-cost passive intelligent reflecting surfaces (IRSs) have recently been envisioned as a revolutionary technology capable of reconfiguring the wireless propagation environment through carefully tuning reflection elements. This paper proposes deploying an IRS to cover the dead zone of cellular multiuser full-duplex (FD) two-way communication links...
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In practice, residual transceiver hardware impairments inevitably lead to distortion noise which causes the performance loss. In this paper, we study the robust transmission design for a reconfigurable intelligent surface (RIS)-aided secure communication system in the presence of transceiver hardware impairments. We aim for maximizing the secrecy r...
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In this paper, we investigate an intelligent reflecting surface (IRS) assisted multi-pair communication system, in which multiple pairs of users exchange information via an IRS. We derive an approximate expression for the achievable rate when only statistical channel state information (CSI) is available. Then, a genetic algorithm (GA) is proposed t...
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The low-cost passive intelligent reflecting surface (IRS) has recently been envisioned as a revolutionary technology, which is capable of reconfiguring the wireless propagation environment through carefully tuning the reflection elements. This paper propose to deploy an IRS to cover the dead zone of cellular multiuser full-duplex (FD) two-way commu...
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This letter investigates secrecy performance of a wiretap channel where an eavesdropper is located in close proximity to legitimate receiver. In the system, both receivers equip multiple antennas and use maximal ratio combining (MRC) to harvest diversity gains. In order to analyze the impact of eavesdropping in close proximity, we derive closed-for...
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In this paper, we investigate the system performance from the physical layer security provision under imperfect channel state information (CSI). In a classical transmitter (Alice)-legitimate receiver (Bob)- eavesdropper (Eve) model, we introduce artificial noise (AN) to disturb Eve's reception, as Eve's CSI is unknown to Alice. For designing the tr...
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In this paper, we investigate a multiuser MIMO downlink with imperfect channel state information (CSI) from the physical-layer security provision. In a classical transmitter (Alice)-legitimate receiver (Bob)-eavesdropper (Eve) model using artificial noise to disturb Eve's reception, we consider a general scenario where all nodes are equipped with m...
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This paper investigates a multiuser MIMO relay downlink system with imperfect channel estimation and limited feedback. We analyze the achievable rate loss due to channel state information (CSI) mismatch arising from both channel estimation and quantization feedback. We first derive an upper bound to characterize the effect of imperfect CSI, and the...
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This paper investigates a multiuser MIMO relay downlink system with imperfect channel estimation and limited feedback. Compared with the system using perfect channel state information (CSI), we analyze the achievable rate loss due to CSI mismatch arising from both channel estimation and CSI quantization feedback. An upper bound to the rate loss is...

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