Benedikt Wolz

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In recent years, remarkable market competition and economy of scale has resulted in the price erosion of wireless devices for consumer electronics. Especially for wireless data networks, IEEE project 802 provides the standards for mass markets. With ever-growing usage, the demand for ubiquitous wireless networks increases. However, the achievable data rates(More)
In recent years, smart antenna technologies are of ever-increasing interest to boost the capacity of existing and future wireless systems. Several standards support these techniques such as the wireless metropolitan area network IEEE 802.16 (WiMAX) [1] and IMT-Advanced candidates. In applying smart antenna beamforming and Space Division Multiple Access(More)
The FP7 ROCKET project aims at designing Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) technology that enables a larger number of users to be served at a high data rate in both urban and rural deployment scenarios. The technical approach relies on the combination of 1)advanced coordination and cooperation of Base Stations (BS) and Relay Stations (RS) in order to increase(More)
In recent years, smart antenna technologies are of ever-increasing interest to boost the capacity of future wireless systems. Several standards support these techniques such as the wireless metropolitan area network IEEE 802.16 (WiMAX) and IMT-Advanced candidates. In applying smart antenna beamforming and Space Division Multiple Access(More)
Today's framework for radio spectrum regulation and spectrum usage is undergoing fundamental changes. In the face of scarce radio resources, regulators, industry, and the research community are initiating promising approaches towards a more flexible spectrum usage, as for example cognitive radios for dynamic spectrum assignment. In this work an intelligent(More)
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