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A space-time serial concatenated coding approach for spectrally efficient and reliable communications over fading channels is presented. The approach is based on bit-interleaved convolutionally coded modulation with multiple transmit antennas. The decoding problem of such a scheme is addressed in frequency selective fading channels, where an iterative(More)
—In this paper, we present a novel transmission technology approach for application in the asynchronous multiple-access wireless channel (uplink). It is based on the concatenation of an inner filtered multitone (FMT) modulator with transmission over multiple antennas, and an outer space–time cyclically prefixed discrete multitone (ST-CP-DMT) modulator. The(More)
—In this paper, we investigate the best attainable performance for filtered multitone modulation (FMT) in time-variant frequency-selective fading channels when optimal maximum-likelihood (ML) detection is deployed. FMT generalizes the popular orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) scheme through the deployment of subchannel shaping filters. The(More)
Home energy management systems can be used to monitor and optimize consumption and local production from renewable energy. To assess solutions before their deployment, researchers and designers of those systems demand for energy consumption datasets. In this paper, we present the GREEND dataset, containing detailed power usage information obtained through a(More)
—Decoding of space–time codes in frequency-selective fading channels is considered. The approach is based on iterative soft-in soft-out equalization and decoding. It is applicable to space–time coded systems that deploy symbol/bit interleavers. We focus on the equalization stage by extending the Unger-boeck equalizer formulation to a multiple-input(More)
Recommended by Moisés Vidal Ribeiro We consider a bit-interleaved coded wideband impulse-modulated system for power line communications. Impulse modulation is combined with direct-sequence code-division multiple access (DS-CDMA) to obtain a form of orthogonal modulation and to multiplex the users. We focus on the receiver signal processing algorithms and(More)
In this paper, we describe multicarrier multiple access architectures that are based on combining filtered multicarrier modulation with multiplexing of sub-carriers across distinct users. These architectures can be deployed for both uplink and downlink wireless communications. We focus on the more critical uplink where multiple users share an asynchronous(More)