Jonathan I. Tamir

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— Wireless systems require increasingly large system bandwidths that are only available at millimeter-wave frequencies. Such spectrum bands offer the potential for multi-gigabit-per-second data rates to low-cost massively broadband® devices. To enable mobile outdoor millimeter-wave cellular-type applications, it is necessary to determine the coverage(More)
— The advent of inexpensive millimeter wave devices and steerable antennas will lead to future cellular networks that use carrier frequencies at 28 GHz, 38 GHz, 60 GHz, and above. At these frequencies, the available RF bandwidth is much greater than that of current 4G systems, and high gain millimeter wave steerable antennas can be made in much smaller form(More)
The pathophysiological mechanisms to explain peritumoral edema have not been clarified. Multiple aspects of brain edema secondary to supratentorial meningiomas were prospectively investigated in a group of 29 patients who underwent surgery consecutively. Sixty-nine tumor samples were analyzed for prostanoid levels. Levels of 6-keto-PGF1 alpha, the stable(More)
Target Audience: Image reconstruction researchers and developers Introduction: The high complexity of advanced algorithms presents challenges for development as well as clinical application of new MRI reconstruction methods. While basic research requires flexible and interactive tools, clinical application demands robust and highly efficient(More)
Massively broadband® RF channel sounding is severely constrained by the sampling rates required for analog to digital conversion. Analog compressed sensing (CS) techniques based on Xampling have demonstrated the ability to lower sampling rates far below the Nyquist rate. Here, we show attributes of the multipath channel sounding problem appear to be well(More)
PURPOSE A new acquisition and reconstruction method called T2 Shuffling is presented for volumetric fast spin-echo (three-dimensional [3D] FSE) imaging. T2 Shuffling reduces blurring and recovers many images at multiple T2 contrasts from a single acquisition at clinically feasible scan times (6-7 min). THEORY AND METHODS The parallel imaging forward model(More)
In this paper we explore the utility of compressive sensing for object signature generation in the optical domain. In the data acquisition stage we use laser scanning to obtain a small (sub-Nyquist) number of points of an object’s boundary. This is used to construct the signature, thereby enabling object identification, reconstruction, and, image data(More)
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