Cristina Lavin

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In-band full-duplex sets challenging requirements for wireless communication radios, in particular their capability to prevent receiver sensitivity degradation due to self-interference (transmit signals leaking into its own receiver). Previously published self-interference rejection designs require bulky components and/or antenna structures. This paper(More)
This paper proposes two RF self-interference cancellation techniques. Their small form-factor enables full-duplex communication links for small-to-medium size portable devices and hence promotes the adoption of full-duplex in mass-market applications and next-generation standards, e.g. IEEE802.11 and 5G. Measured prototype implementations of an electrical(More)
Full-duplex transmission is an attractive air interface technology to improve spectral efficiency in future wireless systems. This paper introduces potential use cases for full-duplex transmission in small area radio communication systems, and evaluates the achievable performance gains of full-duplex transmission over half-duplex transmission in different(More)
Full-duplex sets challenging requirements for wireless communication radios, in particular their capability to prevent receiver sensitivity degradation due to self-interference (transmit signals leaking into its own receiver). The DUPLO project mainly targets solutions for wireless radios to facilitate full-duplex operation in compact commercially(More)
The increase in navigation accuracy demanded by EGNOS and Galileo and their future evolution encourages the study and design of advance receiver architectures. In that direction, the ADIBEAM project focuses on the design of high accuracy ground stations, specifically GNSS Reference Stations, in order to improve its robustness in front of multipath and(More)
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