Fabrizio Pancaldi

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In this paper novel equalization algorithms for continuous phase modulations (CPMs) are illustrated. Both conventional (linear and decisionfeedback) and turbo equalization techniques are devised. All of them operate in the frequency domain, process two samples per channel symbol and their derivation is based on the Laurent decomposition of CPM signals.(More)
In this paper, game theory is exploited to derive a novel solution to manage virtual antenna array based transmissions in an ad hoc wireless network consisting of selfish nodes. In the proposed strategy each node decides, in an autonomous fashion, whether and when transmitting data packets over a shared wireless channel. The resulting transmission scheme(More)
This paper proposes a novel architecture for cooperative communication in wireless ad-hoc networks capable of offering reliable and low-latency services efficiently. The proposed solution is characterised by the following relevant features: (i) a wireless connection between each couple of network nodes is established via multiple relays; (ii) each(More)
The accuracy of indoor wireless localization systems can be substantially enhanced by map-awareness, i.e., by the knowledge of the map of the environment in which localization signals are acquired. In fact, this knowledge can be exploited to cancel out, at least to some extent, the signal degradation due to propagation through physical obstructions, i.e.,(More)
Indoor powerline channels usually exhibit a cyclic input–output behavior due to the time-varying impedance of power loads. This makes typical time-invariant system models unsuitable to provide a faithful representation of such channels. In this paper, starting from the so-called Zadeh’s series expansion, a discrete-time parametric representation of a linear(More)