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Digital communications
  • J. Mazo
  • Computer Science
  • Proceedings of the IEEE
  • 1 November 1985
TLDR
This month's guest columnist, Steve Bible, N7HPR, is completing a master’s degree in computer science at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, and his research area closely follows his interest in amateur radio. Expand
Faster-than-nyquist signaling
  • J. Mazo
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • The Bell System Technical Journal
  • 1 October 1975
TLDR
The minimum distance is rigorously shown to be nonzero for all transmission rates, tantamount to showing that, in the singular case of linear prediction, perfect prediction cannot be approached with bounded prediction coefficients. Expand
Exact matched filter bound for two-beam Rayleigh fading
  • J. Mazo
  • Computer Science, Physics
  • IEEE Trans. Commun.
  • 1 July 1991
TLDR
The matched filter bound (MFB) is exactly evaluated for a channel modeled by the sum of two delayed and independently Rayleigh-fading beams and it is shown that considerable gain is obtained from a diversity-like effect. Expand
Diversity coding for transparent self-healing and fault-tolerant communication networks
A channel coding approach called diversity coding is introduced for self-healing and fault-tolerance in digital communication networks for nearly instantaneous recovery from link failures. To achieveExpand
Lattice points in high-dimensional spheres
LetN(x, n, α) denote the number of integer lattice points inside then-dimensional sphere of radius (an)1/2 with center at x. This numberN(x,n, α) is studied for α fixed,n → ∞, andx varying. TheExpand
Analysis of decision-directed equalizer convergence
  • J. Mazo
  • Computer Science
  • The Bell System Technical Journal
  • 1 December 1980
TLDR
The nature of the error surfaces for binary and four-level transmission is described, thereby gaining insight into convergence problems and it is shown that, because of finite step-size effects, fluctuations are significant at the undesired settings and cause the spurious capture to have a long, but finite, duration. Expand
On the independence theory of equalizer convergence
  • J. Mazo
  • Mathematics
  • The Bell System Technical Journal
  • 6 May 1979
High-speed pulse amplitude modulated (pam) data transmission over telephone channels is only possible when adaptive equalization is used to mitigate the linear distortion found on the (initiallyExpand
An upper bound on the error probability in decision-feedback equalization
TLDR
These results demonstrate that the decision-feedback equalizer has a lower error probability than the linear zero-forcing equalizer when there is both a high S/N ratio and a fast roll-off of the feedback tap gains. Expand
Overflow oscillations in digital filters
The cascade and parallel realizations of an arbitrary digital filter are both formed using second order sections as building blocks. This simple recursive filter is commonly implemented using 2'sExpand
Asymptotic distortion spectrum of clipped, DC-biased, Gaussian noise [optical communication]
  • J. Mazo
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • IEEE Trans. Commun.
  • 1 August 1992
TLDR
The results have application for estimating the nonlinear-distortion power in the recovered signal when many frequency-multiplexed subcarriers collectively modulate a laser's output power, as would be the case for CATV transmission over an optical fiber. Expand
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