By William H. Tranter, Desmond P. Taylor, Rodger E. Ziemer, Nicholas F. Maxemchuk, Jon W. Mark, IEEE Communications Society
The better of the easiest: Fifty Years of Communications and Networking Research involves a gaggle of fifty papers chosen because the most sensible released by way of ComSoc in its a variety of journals within the Society’s 50-year historical past. The editors of the gathering have written an essay to introduce the papers and talk about the old importance of the gathering and the way they have been chosen for the gathering.
The e-book divides the papers into significant different types (Communications and Networking) and teams them through decade inside of those significant subdivisions.
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Without loss of generality, we will assume that N = 2. For brevity, we will also present the modem architecture for the downlink only. The uplink modem will have a similar architecture, except that the framing and timing structure will be different and must allow for a guard time between different asynchronous (due to difference in propagation delay) bursts from different users. The transmit antennas are assumed to be placed far enough apart so that each transmit signal will experience independent fading.
The receiver then uses an appropriately designed interpolation filter to interpolate those estimates and obtain accurate channel state information (CSI). The interpolated channel estimates, along with the received samples, are then deinterleaved using a block symbol-by-symbol deinterleaver and passed to a vector maximum likelihood sequence decoder, followed by an RS decoder. The information theoretic aspects of transmit diversity were addressed in -. Previous work on transmit diversity can be classified into three broad categories: schemes using feedback; schemes with feedforward or training information but no feedback; and blind schemes.
Degrees in electrical engineering from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, in 1989 and 1991, respectively. He has been involved in research and development activities in wireless communications since 1989. He is currently with the Alta Business Unit of Cadence Design Systems, Sunnyvale, CA, where he is a Senior Technical Leader involved in the specificatio and design of electronic design automation (EDA) tools for next-generation wireless communications systems. From 1995 to 1998, he was a Senior Scientist at the Strategic Technology Group of AT&T Wireless Services, Redmond, WA, where he was involved in air-link physical layer design of wireless systems.
The best of the best: fifty years of communications and networking research by William H. Tranter, Desmond P. Taylor, Rodger E. Ziemer, Nicholas F. Maxemchuk, Jon W. Mark, IEEE Communications Society