Xavier Popon

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Advanced telecommunication applications require more and more flexibility. Static and run-time configuration mechanisms, as well as plug-in computing units are two solutions to solve this issue. In this paper, we propose an open architecture, dedicated to complex data-flow applications, fulfilling these requirements thanks to a distributed configuration(More)
Future wireless systems have been evolving toward a broadband and open architecture for efficient multi-service operation, which will have a great impact on the terminal and infrastructure component design methodology for supporting multiple radio schemes. Cooperation in wireless networks, requiring cognitive radio implementations, will facilitate a new(More)
The European FP7 QoSMOS project aims to demonstrate a Cognitive Radio (CR) system in the White Space (WS). A new flexible hardware platform has been designed and implemented to validate several scenarios involving a framework for Quality of Service and mobility. These scenarios will be demonstrated in the Television WS (TVWS), which is the first band opened(More)
Ubiquitous broadband communications will be a major asset of future wireless systems, requiring a further evolution of the terminal and infrastructure component design which will need to supporting multiple radio schemes in multiservice environments. Cooperative networking, which sets out from cognitive radio implementations, will facilitate unprecedented(More)
In-Band Full-Duplex transmissions are promising solutions for wireless 5G small cell communication scenarios. It allows to increase the overall capacity under certain conditions. In this paper we evaluate two combined techniques to mitigate the analog self-interference. Instead of using high performance components with high linearity and high bandwidth for(More)
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