Rakesh Taori

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The next generation of cellular systems (5G) is expected to meet the rapidly growing demands for data through densification of networks using high-capacity small cells [1]. As networks become dense (through small cell deployments): • The cost of bringing fiber to every small cell becomes prohibitively expensive [2]. • Intercell interference increases and(More)
Next generation wireless backhaul systems may provide data rates exceeding 10 Gb/s using large bandwidth available at mmWave frequencies, and support features such as point-to-multipoint communication, non-line-of-sight communication, in-band operation (shared spectrum with access) and inter-BS coordination. We explore the feasibility of an(More)
Spatially-coupled low-density parity-check (SC-LDPC) codes are new capacity-achieving codes, which combine the advantages of both convolutional-turbo codes and LDPC block codes. SC-LDPC codes can provide scalable code-length, high granularity, convolutional-gain, low-complexity decoding, and high parallel processing. To overcome the limitations of the(More)
To enable simultaneous transmit and receive operations on the same frequency band, also known as full duplex, on adjacent panels of a millimeter wave (mmWave) base station (BS), we benchmark the amount of leakage interference from the transmitter to the receiver. We construct a self-interference channel model consisting of line-of-sight (LOS) leakage and(More)
In this paper, an encoding technique called Hi-BIN (H&h Band bection), which can be combined with any narrowband coder to achieve good quality wideband speech, is described. The principle behind this technique is to model frequencies above 4 kHz by noise with an appropriate spectral shape. This simple way of injecting synthetic noise in the higher(More)