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In order to cope with the dramatic growth in the amount of data traffic, future radio access networks may consist of a large number of small cells that are densely deployed. In this paper, we focus on the identification of densely deployed small cells based on hierarchical synchronization channels specified in the Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard. The(More)
Phyllodes tumors are rare fibroepithelial neoplasms of the breast. In the literature, borderline or malignant tumors have been reported to present with unusual characteristics including a short clinical history and extremely rapid tumor growth. Skin necrosis and infection sometimes accompanies these malignancies. Giant phyllodes tumors have a good prognosis(More)
An important and widely used detection technique is cyclostationarity-based feature detection because the method does not require prior information such as the signal bandwidth or frame format, and time and frequency synchronization are likewise not required. The problem with conventional cyclostationarity-based feature detection is that the detection(More)
In order to extend the available spectrum to deal with the dramatically increasing data traffic, unlicensed spectrum, e.g., 5 GHz, is considered by the mobile operators as a complement in addition to licensed spectrum. The licensed-assisted access using Long Term Evolution (LAA-LTE) in unlicensed spectrum has been studied in the 3<sup>rd</sup> Generation(More)