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Evolution of UMTS toward high-speed downlink packet access
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An expanded effort is under way to support the evolution of the Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) standard to meet the rapidly developing needs associated with wireless data applications. Expand
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Self-organizing interference management for LTE
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In orthogonal frequency division multiple access (OFDMA) systems such as Long Term Evolution (LTE), it is extremely important to reduce interference between neighboring cells, especially for cell edge users, since the only interference in LTE is inter-cell interference due to the orthogonality of the sub-carriers. Expand
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On efficient link error prediction based on convex metrics
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A methodology is presented to predict the frame error rate (FER) in wireless links for a wide range of channel conditions and retransmission strategies. Expand
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Identification of reinforced concrete beam-like structures subjected to distributed damage from experimental static measurements
Structural health monitoring of existing infrastructure is currently an important field of research, where elaborate experimental programs and advanced analytical methods are used in identifying theExpand
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Development of NLO tunable band gap organic devices for optoelectronic applications
This paper, presents a preliminary guide to tune the band gap of photonic crystals for optoelectronic applications. This study includes the theoretical calculations to determine the optical constantsExpand
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Rate Selection Algorithms for IR Hybrid ARQ
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We obtain throughput expressions for an incremental redundancy (IR) hybrid ARQ (HARQ) system given delayed channel mutual information feedback using renewal process theory. Expand
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Achievable Rates for Adaptive IR Hybrid ARQ
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This paper generalizes the information theoretic achievable rate analysis of time (slot length) adaptive and non- adaptive incremental redundancy (IR) hybrid ARQ systems to bandwidth (fixed slot length) or time x bandwidth adaptive IR HARQ systems operating in a block fading channel. Expand
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Deprioritization of heavy users in wireless networks
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The explosive demand for wireless data services that followed the introduction of application phones continues to create significant challenges for mobile operators. Expand
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Design and performance analysis of collaborative spatial multiplexing for IEEE 802.16e-based systems
In this paper, collaborative spatial multiplexing is considered for a system based on IEEE 802.16e. By allowing multiple simultaneous in-sector transmissions on the same time-frequency resources,Expand
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Sensor fault detection in structural health monitoring using null subspace–based approach
It is essential to have a robust sensor fault detection and isolation algorithm integrated with successful online continuous structural health monitoring scheme to avoid false alarms. In this work, aExpand
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