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Virginia Tech's Ninth Symposium on
Wireless Personal Communications

June 2-4, 1999



I. Propagation/Channel Modeling

  • (1) Very Near Ground RF Propagation Measurements and Analysis
  • (11) Identification of Time-Variant Directional Mobile Radio Channels
  • (23) Propagation measurements and Simulation for Woreless Communication systems in the ISM Band
  • (35) Interference Effects on Capacity of Wireless Propagation in a Multipath Environment
  • (37) Field Strength Prediction Model in Urban Area
  • (39) A Theoretical Analysis of Multiple Diffraction in Urban Environments for Wireless Local Loop Systems

IIA. Antennas

  • (51) Active microstrop antenna for personal communication system
  • (61) Co-located, Dual-band, Multi-function Antenna System for the GloMo Univarsal Modular Packaging System
  • (73) Self-Calibration Scheme for Antenna Arrays Using the Combined Array Signal
  • (85) Switched Beam Adaptive Antenna Demonstrator for UMTS Data Rates
  • (95) UMTS Radio Network Simulation with Smart Antennas
  • (103) Methods for Measuring and Optimizing Capacity in CDMA Networks Using Smart Antennas

IIB. Multiuser Detection

  • (113) Adaptive Radio Resource Control via Cascaded Neural Networks
  • (135) Successive Interference Cancellation for Interception of the Forward Channel of Cellular CDMA Communications
  • (147) A New Multiuser Detector for Synchronous CDMA Systems in AWGN Channels

III. Radio Systems Technology

  • (153) Modeling Study to Determine the Realistic Constraints of the Wireless Land Mobile Radio Narrowband CAI Interface Specified in the TIA-102 Standard
  • (165) Over-The-Air Subscriber Device Management Using CDMA Data and WAP
  • (175) Hyperactive Chipmunk Radio
  • (187)Turbo Code Implementations on Fixed Point DSP's
  • (199) Spatial Transmission with Radio Enhanced Adaptive Modulation -STREAM- Ultra-High Data Rate for Narrowband Wireless Communications

IV. Wireless Data

  • (211) TCP with Adaptive Radio Link
  • (221) Reducing Location Update and Paging Cost in a PCS Network
  • (233) Performance Enhancement for TCP-IP on Wireless Links

Invited Posters

  • (245) Development and Implementation of an Adaptive Error Correction Coding Scheme for a Full Duplex Communications Channel
  • (255) Simulink Simulation of a Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum Differential Phase Shift Keying SAW Correlator
  • (267) Optimally Regularized Channel Tracking Techniques for Sequence Estimation Based on Cross-Validated Subspace Signal Processing
  • (279) Wavelet-based Separating Kernels for Array Processing of Cellular DS-CDMA Signals in Fast Fading







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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