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Multi-Carrier Systems & Solutions 2009

Proceedings from the 7th International Workshop on Multi-Carrier Systems & Solutions, May 2009, Herrsching, Germany

Plass, S., Dammann, A., Kaiser, S., Fazel, K. (Eds.)

2009, X, 404 p.

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  • Presents comprehensive, state-of-the-art articles about multi-carrier techniques and systems
  • Discusses multi-carrier techniques as very strong candidates for next generation wireless communications systems
  • Provides the proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Multi-Carrier Systems and Solutions (MC-SS 2009), 05-06 May 2009, held in Herrsching, Germany

The wireless standards 3GPP Long Term Evolution (LTE), WiMAX, IEEE 802.11a/n, and DxB have in common that they apply the spectrally efficient multi-carrier modulation in order to achieve very high rate data transmission. This trend is expected to continue in the future with the development of the next generation of mobile wireless communications under the IMT-Advanced standardization activities. Additional measures like advanced coding, spreading, and MIMO are combined with multi-carrier transmission to further enhance the efficiency of future systems.

The aim of Multi-Carrier Systems & Solutions 2009 is to edit the ensemble of the newest contributions and research results in this field that have been presented during the 7th International Workshop on Multi-Carrier Systems & Solutions (MC-SS 2009), held in Herrsching, Germany.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Digital Video - IEEE 80 - MIMO - Modulation - OFDM - Standards - code - communication

Related subjects » Communication Networks - Signals & Communication

Table of contents 

General Issues Multicarrier Signals: A Natural Enabler for Cognitive Positioning Systems*; Marco Luise; Francesca Zanier. Linearization of Transmitter and Receiver Nonlinearities in Optical OFDM Transmission; Henning Paul; Karl-Dirk Kammeyer. Multi-User OFDM based on Braided Convolutional Codes; Michael Lentmaier; Marcos Tavares; Kamil Zigangirov; Gerhard Fettweis. Interference Aware Subcarrier and Power Allocation in OFDMA based Cognitive Radio Networks*; Sami M. Almalfouh; Gordon L. Stueber. An Efficient ICA Based Approach to Multiuser Detection in MIMO OFDM Systems; Mahdi Khosravy; Mohammad Alsharif. Windowing in the Receiver for OFDM Systems in High-Mobility Scenarios; Eva Peiker; Werner Teich; Juergen Lindner. Multiple-Input and Multiple-Output (MIMO) MIMO-OFDM with Doppler Compensating Antennas in Rapidly Fading Channels*; Peter Klenner; Lars Reichardt; Karl-Dirk Kammeyer; Thomas Zwick. Resource Allocation Algorithms for Minimum Rates Scheduling in MIMO-OFDM Systems; Johannes Klotz; Frederic Knabe; Carolin Huppert. Transmit Antenna and Code Selection for MIMO Systems with Linear Receivers; Ismael Gutierrez; Faouzi Bader; Alain Mourad; Joan Pijoan. Space-Time-Frequency Diversity in the Next Generation of Terrestrial Digital Video Broadcasting; Armin Dammann. * invited paper Channel Estimation & Characterization Robust 2-D Channel Estimation for Staggered Pilot Grids In Multi-Carrier Systems: LTE Downlink as an Example; Muhammad Danish Nisar; Wolfgang Utschick; Josef Forster. Block-IFDMA - Iterative Channel Estimation versus Estimation with InterpolationFilters; Anja Sohl; Anja Klein. A Study on Channel Estimation using EM Algorithm for mobile WiMAX Systems; Masahiro Fujii; Yasufumi Kawahara; Yu Watanabe; Makoto Itami. A Technique for Correcting Residual Frequency Offset in OFDM Systems; Young Mo Chung. A Joint Channel and Carrier Frequency Offset Estimation based on Spread Pilot for Future Broadcasting Systems; Oudomsack Pasquero; Youssef Nasser; Matthieu Crussière; Jean-François Hélard. Channel Characteristics of Different Floors for Joint Communications and Positioning; Wei Wang; Jost Thomas; Armin Dammann. Long Term Evolution (LTE) Uplink Power Control Performance in UTRAN LTE Networks; Robert Muellner; Carsten Ball; Kolio Ivanov; Johann Lienhart; Peter Hric. Improving UMTS LTE Performance by UEP in High Order Modulation; Helge Lueders; Andreas Minwegen; Peter Vary. Performance Evaluation of a Low-Complexity LTE Base Station Receiver; Xiaoyin Zhao; Andreas Ibing. Peak-to-Average Power Ratio (PAPR) On DT-CWT Based OFDM: PAPR Analysis; Mohamed Hussien; Nidal Kamel; Varun Jeoti. SOCP Approach for PAPR Reduction using Tone Reservation for the Future DVB-T/H Standards; Irène Mahafeno; Yves Louet; Jean-François Hélard. Reduced-PAPR Code Allocation Strategy for MC-CDMA Transmissions; Filippo Giannetti; Vincenzo Lottici; Ivan Stupia; Nunzio A. D'Andrea. Adaptive Transmission Adaptive Multiuser OFDMA Systems with High Priority Users in the Presence of Imperfect CQI; Alexander Kuehne; Anja Klein. Adapative BICM-OFDM Systems; Carsten Bockelmann; Dirk Wübben; Karl-Dirk Kammeyer.

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