Antonio Assalini

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— In this paper, we study the effects of phase noise in a multicarrier system. We show that the phase noise introduces interference components, and we evaluate their second order statistics. The analysis is then applied to two particular multicarrier architectures: discrete multitone (DMT) modulation, and filtered multitone (FMT) modulation. For the DMT(More)
— In this paper we consider the problem of acquiring time and frequency synchronization in a filtered multitone (FMT) modulated system. An FMT based system differs from the popular OFDM system in the deployment of sub–channel shaping filters. Although the synchronization problem in OFDM is well understood, in an FMT system it presents several challenges. A(More)
—This paper deals with the impact of channel estimation errors on the capacity of correlated fading MIMO channels. In literature the effect of channel uncertainty at the receiver is often investigated with the assumption that channel estimation errors are identically distributed and independent of both SNR and channel correlation values. In this paper we(More)
— This paper presents a low-complexity/low-latency algorithm for estimating and tracking time-varying fading channels in Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) systems. More specifically, it is described a decision directed (DD) channel estimation (CE) method, consisting of two main steps: 1) Data detection of the current received OFDM symbol is(More)
—We describe a transmission technology approach that is suited for application to high-speed asynchronous multiuser wireless channels, i.e., reverse WLAN/cellular links. The scheme is based on concatenated multitone modulation and multiplexing. The design parameters are flexible and are chosen to cope with the users' time and frequency offsets, as well as(More)
We present the main design issues and the tests in the setup of a long distance free-space quantum link under development within the project "QuantumFuture" of the University of Padova. In particular, new achievements in the actual engineering of the link are presented, both for polarization quantum states encoding and for coherent quantum states.