NTT Fellows/Senior Distinguished Researchers/Distinguished Researchers

Distinguished Researchers Doohwan Lee
  • Distinguished Researchers

    Doohwan Lee

  • NTT Network Innovation Laboratories

    Orbital angular momentum (OAM) multiplexing transmission for terabit-class wireless communication

    I am working on OAM multiplexing transmission technology that utilizes Orbital Angular Momentum (OAM) of electromagnetic waves with the aim of developing innovative wireless communication technology that will realize the next generation of 5G. As of now, I have achieved world leading results using 28 GHz frequency band with 2 GHz bandwidth collaborating with team members. I am carrying research forward to achieve terabit-class wireless communication.


    • IEICE Smart Radio Technical Committee Special Technical Award in Smart Radio (2017.05).
    • IEICE Smart Radio Technical Committee Best Paper Award (2017.05).
    • IEICE Short Range Wireless Communications Technical Committee Young Researcher's Award (2016.08)
    • SmartCom2016 Best Paper Award (2016.05)
    • SmartCom2014 Best Technical Exhibition Award (2014.10)
    • IEICE Communications Society Excellent Paper Award (2012.05)
    • IEICE Software Radio Technical Committee Best Paper Award (2011.03)
    • IEICE Software Radio Technical Committee Best Technical Exhibition Award (2011.03)

    Academic Activities

    • IEICE Smart Radio Technical Committee Expert Member (2016 - Present)
    • IEEE Communication Society (ComSoc) Asia Pacific Board (APB) Meetings and Conference Committee (MCC) Vice-Chair (2020-21)
    • IEEE ICC 2020 Workshop on Orbital Angular Momentum Transmission Workshop Co-Chair
    • IEEE GLOBECOM 2020 Workshop on High Capacity Wireless Communications Workshop Co-Chair
    • IEEE ICC 2019 Workshop on Electromagnetic Wave Transmission with Orbital Angular Momentum General Co-Chair
    • IEEE GLOBECOM 2019 Workshop on High Capacity Point-to-Point Wireless Communications Workshop Co-Chair

    Visiting Professor

    • Part-time Lecturer, Department of Electrical, Electronics and Information Engineering, Kanagawa University (2016.04-2018.08)
    • Full-time Lecturer, The Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, The University of Tokyo (2012.04-2013.03)


    • (NTT Press Releases) NTT successfully demonstrates 100 Gbps wireless transmission using a new principle (OAM multiplexing) as a world's first -New groundbreaking technology for achieving next generation of 5G systems-


    • Wireless communication technology
    • Signal processing technology
    • OAM wireless multipexing technology
    • Optics/wireless convergence techology
    • Compressed sensing technology

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