Danielle Hinton

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This program seeks to determine approximate limits to the average communications bit rate per Hz per user that can be exchanged between pairs of wireless mobile users randomly distributed over a two-dimensional plane as a function of link length relative to user density. Of primary interest is the dependence of those limits upon coding, number of antennas(More)
This program seeks to determine, as a function of link length relative to user density, approximate limits to the average communications rate (bits/second/Hz/user) that could be exchanged between pairs of wireless mobile users randomly distributed over a two-dimensional plane. Of primary interest is the dependence of those bit-rate limits upon protocols,(More)
  • Paul Njoroge, Lartey Dodoo, Danielle Hinton, Timothy Murithi, Carol Fredricks, Kate Baty
  • 2014
LIBRARIES 1 Acknowledgments I would like to thank everyone who helped me write this thesis. In Particular, Professor Vahid Tarokh for his invaluable support and guidance. His counsel and deep insight into issues was very enlightening and inspiring. Carol Fredricks and Kate Baty who offered support and encouragement during my research. I would like to thank(More)
This program seeks to determine as a function of link length relative to user density the approximate limits to the average communications rate (bits/second/Hz/user) that can be exchanged between pairs of wireless mobile users randomly distributed over a two-dimensional plane. Of primary interest is the dependence of those bit-rate limits upon coding,(More)
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