Te Sun Han (born 1941, Kiryū) is a Korean Japanese information theorist and winner of the 2010 Shannon Award. He has made significant contributions concerning the interference channel and information spectrum methods. In 1990, he was elected an IEEE Fellow for contributions to the theory of multiuser information systems and distributed signal detection systems.
- ^ Te Han, K. Kobayashi,"A new achievable rate region for the interference channel", Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on, Vol. 27, No. 1. (1981), pp. 49-60.
- ^ Te Sun Han, Information-Spectrum Method in Information Theory . Springer, 2003