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- Leopold Bömer, Markus Antweiler
- IEEE Trans. Information Theory
- 1990

Existence conditions and recursive construction procedures for sets of periodic complementary binary sequences are given. Relationships to sets of aperiodic complementary binary sequences and to… (More)

- Markus Antweiler, Leopold Bömer
- IEEE Trans. Information Theory
- 1992

New complex sequences with elements are proposed that have constant absolute values of 1. The periodic autocorrelation functions of these sequences are shown to be two-level. The sequences are… (More)

- Leopold Bömer, Markus Antweiler
- IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications
- 1992

Perfect sequences and arrays have periodic autocorrelation functions whose out-of-phase values are zero. Time-discrete N-phase sequences and arrays have complex elements of magnitude one, and one of… (More)

- Markus Antweiler, Leopold Bömer, Hans-Dieter Lüke
- IEEE Trans. Information Theory
- 1990

Signals of two or more dimensions with ideal impulse-like periodic autocorrelation functions are used in higher-dimensional signal processing or in radar systems. Four synthesizing methods for… (More)

- Leopold Bömer, Markus Antweiler
- Signal Processing
- 1993

Abstract The merit factor of an array specifies the ratio of the energy of its autocorrelation function mainlobe to the energy of its autocorrelation function sidelobes. The merit factor of both the… (More)

- Leopold Bömer, Markus Antweiler
- IEEE Trans. Information Theory
- 1990

Perfect binary arrays can exist for numbers of elements that are even square numbers. Two-dimensional (2-D) perfect binary arrays are 4, 16, 36, and 144 elements are known. Perfect binary arrays with… (More)

- Leopold Bömer, Markus Antweiler
- IEEE Trans. Communications
- 1994

Introduces construction methods for synthesizing new classes of perfect sequences and arrays. Time discrete sequences and arrays are perfect, if their periodic autocorrelation function sidelobes are… (More)

Time discrete sequences are termed perfect if their periodic autocorrelation function sidelobes are zero. Such sequences have constant magnitude spectra in the Fourier domain. An iteration scheme is… (More)

Future Access Network(AN)-Radio systems have to provide full transparency to all services supported by wireline access. This includes the service requirements bitrate and quality of service on demand… (More)

Method for synchronization between a base station (BS) base station (MS), - wherein the base station broadcasts a sequence K (i) signal of length n, which may be formed because - repeated n1 times a… (More)