Chouaib Bencheikh Lehocine

Doctoral Student at Communication Systems

Chouaib Bencheikh Lehocine is a PhD student in the communication system group. His research interests are oriented towards physical and medium access layers of wireless communication networks.
He is involved in ChaseOn “Next Generation reliable vehicular communication” project, where he is working on developing MIMO signal processing techniques for ultra-reliable low-latency communication (URLLC) and extreme mobile broadband (eMBB) 5G services to support C-ITS applications. The project is run in collaboration with industrial partners including: Ericsson and Volvo Cars.

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2022

Hybrid Combining of Directional Antennas for Periodic Broadcast V2V Communication

Chouaib Bencheikh Lehocine, Erik Ström, Fredrik Brännström
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems. Vol. 23 (4), p. 3226-3243
Journal article
2022

Robust Analog Beamforming for Periodic Broadcast V2V Communication

Chouaib Bencheikh Lehocine, Fredrik Brännström, Erik Ström
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems. Vol. In Press
Journal article
2021

Sensitivity analysis of beamforming techniques for periodic broadcast V2V communication

Chouaib Bencheikh Lehocine, Fredrik Brännström, Erik Ström
Conference Record - Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers. Vol. Volume 2021-October, p. 61-66
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