Ruifeng Wang

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We investigate multiuser signal detection with a base-station antenna array for a synchronous CDMA uplink using non-orthogonal codes in Rayleigh fading channels. We have developed a new formulation for a spatial-temporal decorrelating detector using the maximum-likelihood criteria. The detector is shown to be near-far resistant. We propose to implement the(More)
Oxygen inhalation has been shown to increase oxygen supply to tissues after cerebral ischemia/ reperfusion injury, protecting injured neural cells. However, hyperbaric oxygen may aggravate oxidative stress. By contrast, normobaric oxygen has the rapid and non-invasive characteristics and may have therapeutic effects on ischemic/hypoxic disease. Rats inhaled(More)
BACKGROUND/AIMS Achalasia patients would feel exacerbated dysphagia, chest pain and regurgitation when they drink cold beverages or eat cold food. But these symptoms would relieve when they drink hot water. Reasons are unknown. METHODS Twelve achalasia patients (mean age, 34 ± 10 years; F:M, 3:9) who never had any invasive therapies were chosen from(More)
Developmental inhibition of the maize ear by nitrogen limitation is due to overall down-regulation of nitrogen/carbon metabolism, coordinative hormonal modulation, and probable early senescence. The kernel number is primarily determined from 2 weeks pre-silking to 3 weeks post-silking, largely depending on dynamic nitrogen (N) and carbohydrate metabolism(More)
SUMMARY In this paper, we investigate joint channel estimation and signal detection approaches for a multiuser CDMA uplink with a base-station antenna array over asynchronous multipath fading channels. Based on the space alternating generalized expectation-maximization (SAGE) algorithm, we develop an iterative multiuser receiver to jointly estimate channel(More)
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