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Request PDF on ResearchGate | Filterbank Multicarrier Communications for Underwater Acoustic Channels | This work is motivated by the needs in the doubly. This paper presents a novel method for enabling communication in cyclostationary interference limited environments by adaptively inserting. We propose and develop the use of filterbank multicarrier (FBMC) technique for communications in the channels of interest. A novel cost function for optimization.
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EIF - Marie Curie actions-Intra-European Fellowships Objective Modern wireless communication systems intend to deliver services characterized by a demand for high data transmission rates and efficient utilization of the allocated bandwidth and energy. Multicarrier Communications offers comprehensive andin-depth evaluation of numerous topics in the area, covering thefundamental principles of spread-spectrum and multicarrier CDMA aswell as more advanced topics such as multiuser detection MUD ,multiuser transmitter preprocessing MUTPMIMO and space-timeprocessing.
Transmissions from the terminals to the access node are pre-compensated for the channel offsets, so that the aggregate multicarrier communications received by the access node occupies a bandwidth greater or equal to the maximum signal bandwidth of any individual terminal.
multicarrier communications Book Abstract Benefiting from both time—domain and frequency—domain signal processing techniques, multicarrier systems have the potential for achieving high spectral—efficiency, high—flexibility and low—complexity wireless communications.
His research has covered a wide range of areas in information theory, digital communications, mobile communications, wireless networking, signal processing for wireless communications, as well as wideband, broadband and ultrawide bandwidth UWB code-division multiple-access CDMA.
He has published multicarrier communications research papers, which include about 70 journal papers and more than conference papers, mainly in IEEE journals and IEEE conference proceedings.