Research: Low-Latency Energy-Saving Wireless Communications
- A comprehensive survey that dates back to the 1960s [Ishikawa+, IEEE COMST 2018]
- An open-source toolkit for reproducible research [Ishikawa, IEEE Access 2019]
- Will subcarrier-index modulation really work? [Ishikawa+, IEEE Access 2016]
- Applications to millimeter-wave [Ishikawa+, IEEE TVT 2016] and visible light communications [Ishikawa and Sugiura, JLT 2015]
- A near-perfect space-time block coding [Xu+, IEEE JSAC 2019]
Nonsquare Differential Coding for Massive MIMO
Square Differential Spatial Modulation
- An exhaustive approach to improve the diversity gain of differential spatial modulation [Ishikawa and Sugiura, IEEE WCL 2014]
- A first attempt to avoid the infinite-cardinality problem [Xu+, IEEE TSP 2017] and its further enhancement [Xu+, IEEE TCOM 2018]
- A low-complexity algebraic construction method [Rajashekar+, IEEE TVT 2016] and its further enhancement [Rajashekar+, IEEE TCOM 2017]
This open-source toolkit allows you to reproduce the simulation results that have been reported by index modulation studies.
This web page summarizes a list of IEEE papers published by researchers in Japan.
This tiny script allows you to use emacs-like key bindings on Windows.
I was born in Kanagawa, Japan, in 1991. In March 2014, I obtained a B.E. degree with highest distinction in Computer and Information Sciences from Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Tokyo, Japan. I also gained an M.E. degree with highest distinction from the same university in March 2015 and graduated one year ahead of the normal schedule. In March 2017, I completed a Ph.D. degree in Electronic and Information Engineering under the supervision of Dr. Shinya Sugiura and Dr. Keiichi Kaneko, as a research fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science. I am currently an assistant professor in the Graduate School of Information Sciences, Hiroshima City University, Japan.
I have worked on the differential MIMO encoding, which dispenses with the channel estimation overhead of wireless systems. My research topic also includes the index-modulation for millimeter wave, optical, and multicarrier communications. Please check my publications list for further details.
Email: contact [at] ishikawa.cc
Address: 3-4-1, Ohzuka-higashi, Asaminami-ku, Hiroshima-shi, 731-3166 Japan.