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Virginia Tech's Sixth Symposium on
Wireless Personal Communications


June 5-7, 1996

 


I. Novel Wireless Systems and Hardware

  • (1-1) Cellemetry-Telemetry Via Cellular
  • (2-1) Smart Antenna Testbed for Mobile Wireless Systems
  • (3-1) A Practical Perspective on Cellular Digital Packet Data (CDPD) Systems
  • (4-1) Lost Cost BPSK 2.4 GHz Radio For Wireless LAN
  • (5-1) Error floor of pi-4-DQPSK in mobile radio channels
  • (6-1) Real-Time IMplementation of QCELP Vocoder for speech in data CDMA Cellular System Using TMS320C50 Fixed Point DSP Chip

II. CDMA and DSP Techniques

  • (7-1) Spread-Spectrum Packet Radion Using Narrowband Headers
  • (8-1) Congestion Relief on Power-Controlled CDMA Networks
  • (9-1) A Simulation Study of Interference and SIR in Integrated Voice-Data Wireless DS-CDMA Networks
  • (10-1) Comparative Study of Adaptive Antenna Arrays in CDMA Communication Systems
  • (11-1) Cochannel Receivers for CPM Signals Based Upon the Laurent Representation

III. Propagation and System Design Issues

  • (12-1) Site Survey for Wireless Communications Evaluation for New York Mercantile Exchange
  • (13-1) Measurement of RF Propagation into Concrete Structures over the Frequency Range 100 MHz ro 3 GHz
  • (14-1) Interference form Wireless Devices into Network Equipment Inside COs Between 450 and 914 MHz
  • (15-1) Fading Phenomena in the Wireless Environment
  • (16-1) Transmitter Timing Optimization in Digital Simulcast Networks
  • (17-1) The Prediction of the Performance of Diversity Systems by Modal Analysis and FDTD
  • (18-1) The Spectrum Management Process- How it is Working to Support the New Wireless Services
  • (19-1) Analysis of an Eigenstructure Technique for DSSS Synchronization



 

 

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Wireless @ VT Seminar Series
Every Friday at the Signature Engineering Bldg. This week's preview: A Statistical Spectrum Sensing Approach for Asynchronously Received Digital Amplitude-Phase Modulated Signals
Contact Dr. Harpreet Dhillon for more info!

New Merit Based Fellowship Offered in the Fall of 2015

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