Jean-Michel Passerieux

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—To fully exploit sea experiments under controlled and reproducible laboratory conditions, a channel model driven by real data is derived. This model relies on the assumption that a channel recorded at sea is a single observation of an underlying random process. From this single observation, the channel statistical properties are estimated to then feed a(More)
The goal of this paper is to obtain a better knowledge of the achievable data rate over noncoherent Rician fading channel with time and frequency memory. We assume that the average-power as well as the peak-power of the input signal are finite and the peak-power limitation is applied in the time domain. Expression for this rate is based on a lower bound on(More)
In order to provide a concise time-varying SISO channel model, the principle of maximum entropy is applied to scattering function derivation. The resulting model is driven by few parameters that are expressed as moments such as the channel average power or the Doppler spread. Physical interpretations of the model outputs are discussed. In particular, it is(More)
This paper investigates the signal-to-interference ratio and the achievable rates of underwater acoustic (UA) OFDM systems over channels where time and frequency dispersion are high enough that (i) neither the transmitter nor the receiver can have a priori knowledge of the channel state information and (ii) intersymbol/intercarrier interference (ISI/ICI)(More)
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