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1993 Wireless Symposium Agenda


Propagator, 1993

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Virginia Tech's Third Symposium on
Wireless Personal Communications




June 9-11, 1993

  • (1-1) Recent Developments in Applying Neural Nets to Equalization and Interference Rejection
  • (2-1) Importance Sampling Methodologies for Simulation of Wireless Communication Links
  • (3-1) A Narrowband PCS Advanced Messaging System
  • (4-1) Multicarrier Permutation Modulation for Narrowband PCS
  • (5-1) A New Equalizer for Wideband OFDM over a Frequency-Selective Fading Channel
  • (6-1) Blind Adaptive Antenna Arrays in Cellular Communications for Increased Capacity
  • (7-1) Network Connection & Traffic Interchange Agreements-A Wireless Personal Communications Opportunity
  • (8-1) Noncoherent Spread Spectrum Receiver with Joint Detection and Synchronization Using Modified Matched FIR FIlters
  • (9-1) Direct Sequence SPread Spectrum Interface Rejection Using Vector Space Projection Techniques
  • (10-1) A Low-Power Handheld Frequency-Hopped Spread Spectrum Transceiver Hardware Architecture
  • (11-1) Markov Models for Burst Errors in Radio Communications Channels
  • (12-1) Performance of Direct-Sequence Code-Division Multiple-Access Using Trellis-Coded Orthogonal Signalling
  • (13-1) Whither Personal Communications
  • (14-1) Video Compression for Wireless Communications
  • (15-1) Solving the Near-Far Problem- Exploitation of Spatial and Spectral Diversity in Wireless Personal Communication Networks
  • (16-1) Mobile Communications- An IC Designers Perspective
  • (17-1) Measured 900 MHz Complex Impulsive Responses in Mountainous Terrain- Relationship to Topographical Map Data
  • (18-1) An Overview of Broadband CDMA
  • (19-1) Application of Variable-Rate Convolutional Code for Mobile Communications
  • (20-1) Reservation Versus Demand-assignment Multiplex Strategies for Packet Voice Communication Systems






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