Javier is a member of the European 5G STEP FWD project with the aim of designing architectures, systems, and algorithms for building the 5G cellular network of tomorrow. In particular, Javier focuses on the modulation formats in the fronthaul of analogue radio on fiber (ARoF) for 5G systems.
Telecommunication connects people and has allowed globalization worldwide. Continuing to investigate in this field implies enormous benefits in todays and future society.
Javier Pérez Santacruz received his BSc degree in Telecommunication Engineering from the University of Málaga (Spain) in 2016 and his double MSc degree in Telecommunications Engineering and Telematic and Telecommunication Networks from the University of Málaga (Spain) in 2018. He completed his thesis entitled “Simulator of a bandwidth modem for underwater acoustic channels”.
Optical phase-locked loop phase noise in 5G mm-wave OFDM ARoF systemsOptics Communications (2023)
Bidirectional ARoF fronthaul over multicore fiber for beyond 5G mm-wave communicationsOptics Communications (2022)
Probabilistic Amplitude Shaping to Enhance ARoF Fronthaul Capacity for Mm-Wave 5G/6G Systems2022 Joint European Conference on Networks and Communications, EuCNC & 6G Summit (2022)
Bidirectional mm-Wave ARoF Fronthaul over Multicore Fiber for 5G and Beyond2021 International Topical Meeting on Microwave Photonics, MWP 2021 (2021)
Modulation and Equalization Techniques for mmWave ARoF(2021)
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