Claim Your Author Page
Ensure your research is discoverable on Semantic Scholar. Claiming your author page allows you to personalize the information displayed and manage publications (all current information on this profile has been aggregated automatically from publisher and metadata sources).
In dense urban and indoor scenarios, the Global Positioning System (GPS) often cannot provide reliable mobile terminal (MT) location estimates, due to the attenuation or complete shadowing of the… Continue Reading
Optimizing the SNR margin in Dynamic Spectrum Management (DSM) systems can significantly improve stability of DSL networks in the presence of slowly varying noise. In this work, we present a novel… Continue Reading
Besides rate-adaptive spectrum optimization, power minimization in multi-carrier Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) systems subject to far-end crosstalk (FEXT) is an important topic as it allows to reduce… Continue Reading
Crosstalk cancellation for Digital Subscriber Lines (DSL), also termed vectoring, can significantly increase achievable data rates but requires signal-level access of vectoring chip units (VCU) to… Continue Reading
Dynamic Spectrum Management (DSM) Level 2 allows to improve overall performance of multi-user Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) systems but relies on the a priori knowledge of interference (crosstalk)… Continue Reading
In non-static scenarios where Dynamic Spectrum Management (DSM) Level 2 is employed, an optimal power allocation can become invalid e.g. due to a joining user and thus has to be recomputed. To not… Continue Reading