Paul Husted

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The tremendous growth in wireless LANs has generated interest in technologies that provide higher data rates and greater system capacities. The IEEE 802.11a [1] standard, based on coded OFDM modulation [2,3], provides nearly five times the data rate and as much as ten times the overall system capacity as current 802.11b wireless LAN systems. This paper(More)
As communication algorithms continue to increase in complexity, greater constraints are placed upon the hardware used to fully utilize the capabilities of these algorithms. These new algorithms attempt to achieve the highest possible bandwidth efficiency by utilizing diversity in the time, frequency, and space dimensions, leaving little room for error in(More)
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