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21. Novel Tree-Search Algorithm versus Sphere-Decoding-based Algorithms for MIMO system with Inter-Symbol Interference
Topic: Wireless
Published: 12/3/2012
Author: Hamid Gharavi
Abstract: In this paper we firstly propose a general model to combat the Inter-Symbol Interference (ISI) caused by frequency selective channels in a Multi-InputMulti-Output (MIMO) system and/or by asynchronous cooperative transmissions. The general model is no ...

22. Biometrics in a Networked World
Topic: Wireless
Published: 12/2/2012
Author: Kevin C Mangold

23. Virtual Reality Platform to Study RF Propagation in Body Area Networks
Topic: Wireless
Published: 12/2/2012
Authors: Kamran Sayrafian, John G Hagedorn, Wen-Bin Yang, Judith Ellen Terrill
Abstract: Design of efficient wireless communication protocols for body area networks requires in-depth understanding of the propagation media i.e. the human body. As obtaining large amount of data for many scenarios and use-cases via physical experiment i ...

24. A Low-Complexity Solution to Decode Diversity-Oriented Block Codes in MIMO Systems with Inter-Symbol Interference
Topic: Wireless
Published: 10/1/2012
Authors: Hamid Gharavi, Chong Xu
Abstract: In this paper we firstly propose a block-code based general model to combat the Inter-Symbol Interference (ISI) caused by frequency selective channels in a Multi-Input Multi- Output (MIMO) system and/or by asynchronous cooperative transmissions. The ...

25. Radiation Pattern of an UWB Wearable Antenna: A Preliminary Study
Topic: Wireless
Published: 9/24/2012
Authors: Wen-Bin Yang, Kamran Sayrafian
Abstract: Inhomogeneity of the propagation medium in body area networks could have a great impact on the sensor node‰s antenna characteristics. This in turn could affect the quality of the communication links unless the impact of the human body has been pr ...

26. Battery Discharge Characteristics of Wireless Sensors in Building Applications
Topic: Wireless
Published: 4/11/2012
Authors: Wenqi Guo, William M Healy, Mengchu Zhou
Abstract: Sensor nodes in wireless networks often use batteries as their source of energy, but replacing or recharging exhausted batteries in a deployed network can be difficult and costly. Therefore, prolonging battery life becomes a principal objective ...

27. Testing Passive UHF Tag Performance Evolution
Topic: Wireless
Published: 9/15/2011
Authors: Daniel G Kuester, David R Novotny, Jeffrey R Guerrieri, Zoya Popovic
Abstract: Trends in tag development since the introduction of the ISO 18000-6C and EPC Global standards are investigated empirically with measurements of power harvesting and backscattering performance from 20 samples of passive tags across 860-960MHz. The pop ...

28. Radio Frequency Measurements to Support Public Safety Wireless Communications in Large Buildings and Structures
Topic: Wireless
Published: 6/13/2011
Authors: William F Young, Catherine A Remley, Christopher L Holloway, Galen H. Koepke, Dennis G. Camell, John M Ladbury
Abstract: The public safety community requires dependable wireless communications in buildings that often disrupt the radio frequency propagation due to the construction material, architectural features, or large physical dimensions. Here we introduce measurem ...

29. Ant-Colony Based Near-ML Block Decoder in Asynchronous Cooperative MIMO Systems Using a Linear Dispersion Structure
Topic: Wireless
Published: 6/5/2011
Authors: Hamid Gharavi, Chong Xu
Abstract: The linear dispersion structure is employed to accommodate the dynamic topology of cooperative networks, as well as to achieve higher throughput than conventional space-time codes based on orthogonal designs. Asynchronous Cooperative Liner Dispersio ...

30. Pixel Interlacing Based Video Transmission for Low-complexity Intra-frame Error Concealment
Topic: Wireless
Published: 6/1/2011
Author: Hamid Gharavi
Abstract: When multi-path fading and interference frequently disrupts a mobile radio communication system, it can seriously undermine its reliability for transmission of compressed video signals. In this paper, we present a pixel interlacing based video transm ...

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