Duong Hong Pham

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In this paper, we present a novel technique for the retrieval of the modes of a multicomponent signal using a time-frequency (TF) representation of the signal. Our approach is based on a novel ridge extraction method that takes into account the fact that the TF representation is both discrete in time and frequency, followed by a demodulation procedure.(More)
The problem of designing a jointly optimal linear precoder and decoder for a multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) channel has received much interest recently. However, most existing works only deal with white input signal. When the input signal is colored, prewhitening and its inverse operation are often applied prior to precoding and after decoding,(More)
Exploiting channel state information at the transmitter and receiver to design an optimal linear precoder and decoder for a multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) communication system is an active research area. The design is often based on the information rate criterion, that is to design the precoder and decoder such that the system capacity is maximized,(More)
This paper puts forward a generalization of the short-time Fourier-based synchrosqueezing transform using a new local estimate of instantaneous frequency. Such a technique enables not only to achieve a highly concentrated time-frequency representation for a wide variety of amplitude- and frequency-modulated multicomponent signals but also to reconstruct(More)
This letter addresses the problem of the detection and estimation of the modes of a multicomponent signal using the reassignment framework. More precisely, we propose a new algorithm to estimate the ridges representing the time-frequency signatures of the modes based on the local orientation of the reassignment vector, and use them to define the so-called(More)
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