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Virginia Tech's Seventh Symposium on Wireless Personal Communications

June 11-13, 1997



I. Propagation and Smart Antennas

  • (1-1) CDMA Forward Link Coverage and Channel Sounding
  • (2-1) Realization of a Multipath Radio Channel Simulator for Wideband Wireless Radion Systems
  • (3-1) Identification of the validity domains of below roof top and over roof top microcellular prediction tools
  • (4-1) Influence of Correlated Shadowing on the System Capacity of a DS-CDMA In-Building Wireless Communication System
  • (5-1) An ARMA Multipath Fading Simulator
  • (6-1) Indoor Smart Antenna Measurements and SDMA Capacity
  • (7-1) Cellular System Improvements Using a Narrow-beam Antenna System


  • (8-1) CDMA Bit Error Rate Calculations-Which Approach Works Best
  • (9-1) Study of a Feed-Backward CDMA Interference Cancellation Receiver to Combat the Near-Far Problem
  • (10-1) Fast Frequency Estimator for Coherent DS-CDMA system
  • (11-1) A New Hybrid Aqcuisition Scheme For CDMA Systems Employing Short Concatenated Codes

III. Networking and Multiple Access

  • (12-1) Mobility Tracking- Fixed Location Areas With Hysteresis and with Selective Paging
  • (13-1) Markov Analysis of an Outdoor S-ALOHA System and Frequency Reuse
  • (14-1) Adaptive Spread Aloha for LEO Satellite Multiple Access

IV. Software Radio Technologies

  • (15-1) Wideband, Software-Definable Base Station Technology- Approaches, Benefits and Applications
  • (16-1) Speace-borne Processing Technology for Mobile Communications Systems
  • (17-1) Integrates I-Q Demodulation, Matched Filtering, and Symbol-Rate Sampling Using Minimum-Rate IF Sampling
  • (18-1) Universal Cordless Telephone Transceivers Using DSP
  • (19-1) Analysis of an Eigenstructure Technique for DSSS Synchronization
  • (20-1) MAP Symbol Detection of CPM Bursts
  • (21-1) Unification of MLSE Receiver







News & Events

Symposium 2015

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

Dr. Walid Saad is the Recipient of 3 NSF Grants

Virginia Tech Students Present at MILCOM 2014

Dr. Reed & Dr. Park Work to Organize a Wireless Spectrum R&D Senior Steering Group Workshop

Dr. Jerry Park & Dr. Marwan Krunz Awarded NSF Grant to Study Coexistence of Heterogeneous Secondary Networks

Drs. Park, Dietrich, Marojevic and Reed Awarded Grant for LTE Enhanced Testbed

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