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D2.2 Initial Results in D‐Band Ad‐Hoc Wireless Connectivity Analysis Communication Theory Beyond Shannon and Algorithm Design

Di Renzo, Marco; Aravanis, Alexis; Qian, Xuewen; Hrasnica, Halid; Ntontin, Konstantinos; Lazarakis, Fotis; Alexandridis, Antonis; Selimis, Dimitris; Alexiou, Angeliki; Boulogeorgos, Alexandros‐Apostolos A.; Kokkoniemi, Joonas

This  deliverable  summarizes  initial  results  on  developing  new  communication‐theoretic frameworks for modeling, analyzing, and optimizing RIS‐assisted communication systems and networks that are specifically tailored for operating in high frequency bands, i.e., above 100 GHz. RIS‐assisted  systems are, in  fact, inherently  suitable  for application  to high  frequency bands due to the possibility of shaping the wireless channels and of ensuring high performance in the presence of unreliable line‐of‐sight transmissions as well as compensating for the large attenuation  that  characterizes  these  frequency  bands.  This  deliverable  is,  in  particular, focused  on  fundamental  aspects  that  encompass  the  development  of  new  information‐theoretic and capacity‐achieving transmission schemes, the optimization of the transmission rate,  the  identification  of  optimized  deployments,  the  comparison  with  competing technologies (e.g., relays), the evaluation of the coverage gains, and the characterization of
the network interference.

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