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Technical University of Cluj Napoca, Romania

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Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia

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The University of Texas at Arlington, United States

Mohamed El Hachemi Benbouzid
University of Brest, France

Dalibor Biolek
University of Defence, Czech Republic

Klara Capova
University of Zilina, Slovakia

Ray-Guang Cheng
National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, Province of China

Erik Chromy
UPC Broadband Slovakia, Slovakia

Milan Dado
University of Zilina, Slovakia

Petr Drexler
Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic

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Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic

Gokhan Hakki Ilk
Ankara University, Turkey

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Institute of Medical Technology and Equipment, Poland

Rene Kalus
VSB - Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic

Ivan Kasik
Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic

Jan Kohout
University of Defence, Czech Republic

Ondrej Krejcar
University of Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic

Zbigniew Leonowicz
Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland

Miroslaw Luft
Technical University of Radom, Poland

Stanislav Marchevsky
Technical University of Kosice, Slovakia

Jerzy Mikulski
University of Economics in Katowice, Katowice, Poland

Karol Molnar
Honeywell International, Czech Republic

Thang Trung Nguyen
Ton Duc Thang University, Viet Nam

Miloslav Ohlidal
Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic

Neeta Pandey
Delhi Technological University, India

Alex Noel Joseph Raj
Shantou University, China

Marek Penhaker
VSB - Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic

Wasiu Oyewole Popoola
The University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Roman Prokop
Tomas Bata University in Zlin, Czech Republic

Karol Rastocny
University of Zilina, Slovakia

Marie Richterova
University of Defence, Czech Republic

Gheorghe Sebestyen-Pal
Technical University of Cluj Napoca, Romania

Sergey Vladimirovich Serebriannikov
National Research University "MPEI", Russian Federation

Yuriy Shmaliy
Guanajuato University, Mexico

Vladimir Schejbal
University of Pardubice, Czech Republic

Bohumil Skala
University of West Bohemia in Plzen, Czech Republic

Lorand Szabo
Technical University of Cluj Napoca, Romania

Adam Szelag
Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

Ahmadreza Tabesh
Isfahan University of Technology, Iran, Islamic Republic Of

Mauro Tropea
DIMES Department of University of Calabria, Italy

Viktor Valouch
Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic

Jiri Vodrazka
Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic

Miroslav Voznak
VSB - Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic

He Wen
Hunan University, China

Otakar Wilfert
Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic

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Foreword about Kampol Woradit, Assistant Professor of the Department of Computer Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Chiang Mai University:

" Dear readers,
Wireless communications have been developed at a fast pace by the research and industrial communities. Wireless communications in industries currently evolves from 4G to 5G, having several emerging technologies: i) large bandwidth, ii) flexible numerologies, iii) massive Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO), and iv) narrow-beam scanning to achieve ultra-reliable and low latency communications.
With the flexible numerologies, the Orthogonal-Frequency Division-Multiplexing (OFDM), used in 4G, can be divided into sub-frames, each of which has different parameters: subcarrier spacing, symbol time, Cyclic-Prefix (CP) size. The massive MIMO, evolved from conventional MIMO that employs a few antennas, employs at least eight antennas to obtain beamforming with very narrow beamwidth, which does not cause a multipath fading that incurs a time-varying received signal strength. The flexible numerologies and the massive MIMO, which are the technological advancements in industries, influence the research community by changing the research assumptions, system models, and problem formulations.
In research community, Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA) is an emerging wireless communication technology have not been included in the industrial 5G networks, but they are being studied for standardization in the future. NOMA allows more than one user to transmit signals at the same time and frequency. With appropriate power allocation among users, the receiver can do the Serial Interference Cancellation (SIC) to decode the information from all users. The total transmission rate of both users can be greater than that of the orthogonal multiple access...."


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Positioning the Adjacent Buried Objects Using UWB Technology Combine with Levenberg Marquardt Algorithm flash_logo_35
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A simple Encoding Scheme to Achieve the Capacity of Half-Duplex Relay Channel flash_logo_35
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Capacitance Characteristics Behavior of 0.5 Order FC Using CFOA Based FC Multiplier flash_logo_35
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Early Area and Power Estimation Model for Rapid System Level Design and Design Space Exploration flash_logo_35
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ESD Stress Analysis and Suppression in a Single-Junction Thermal Converter flash_logo_35
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Impact of Work Function Tunability on Thermal and RF Performance of P-type Window based Junctionless Transistor flash_logo_35
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The Influence of Repetitive UIS on Electrical Properties of Advanced Automotive Power Transistors flash_logo_35
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Computer Science and Information Technology

BEMD Based Cross Bilateral Filtering Technique for Speckle Reduction in Ultrasound Images flash_logo_35
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Physics and Optics

Photo-induced Electron Emission of Nanostructured Carbon Thin Film Based Transmission Photocathodes at Different Electric Field flash_logo_35
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