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This paper address the problem of designing jointly the linear transmitters and receiver in a non-regenerative MIMO relay system, where linear processing is applied at the source, relay and destination node, using minimum mean square error (MMSE) criterion. Under the average power constraints at both the source and relay node, the iterative optimization… (More)
A series of Mn-based mixed metal oxide catalysts (Co-Mn-O, Fe-Mn-O, Ni-Mn-O) with high surface areas were prepared via low temperature crystal splitting and exhibited extremely high catalytic activity for the low-temperature selective catalytic reduction of nitrogen oxides with ammonia.
—In this paper, a novel precoding technique is proposed to improve the performance of the MIMO interference channel (MIC). Since the reachable sum-rate is a long-term problem, we present an iterative approach to improve the power-offset and achieve a higher sum-rate than the ordinary scheme. Considering the difference between MIC and multi-input… (More)
Sodium ion batteries (SIBs) have been considered as a promising alternative to lithium ion batteries, owing to the abundant reserve and low-cost accessibility of the sodium source. To date, the pursuit of high-performance anode materials remains a great challenge for the SIBs. In this work, carbon-stabilized interlayer-expanded few-layer MoSe2 nanosheets… (More)
Nitrogen-doped graphene nanoribbon aerogels (N-GNRAs) are fabricated through the self-assembly of graphene oxide nanoribbons (GONRs) combined with a thermal annealing process. Amino-groups are grafted to the surface of graphene nanoribbons (GNRs) by an epoxy ring-opening reaction. High nitrogen doping level (7.6 atm% as confirmed by elemental analysis) is… (More)
Two-dimensional graphene-like N, Co-codoped carbon nanosheets (N, Co-CNSs), which exhibit excellent stability, competitive catalytic activity and superior methanol tolerance compared to the commercial Pt/C catalyst, have been successfully fabricated using Co-based zeolitic imidazolate framework (ZIF-67) polyhedrons as precursors in a molten salt medium.
Transition metal oxide coupling with carbon is an effective method for improving electrical conductivity of battery electrodes and avoiding the degradation of their lithium storage capability due to large volume expansion/contraction and severe particle aggregation during the lithium insertion and desertion process. In our present work, we develop an… (More)
Ultrafine SnS2 nanocrystals-reduced graphene oxide nanoribbon paper (SnS2-RGONRP) has been created by a well-designed process including in situ reduction, evaporation-induced self-assembly, and sulfuration. The as-formed SnS2 nanocrystals possess an average diameter of 2.3 nm and disperse on the surface of RGONRs uniformly. The strong capillary force formed… (More)
Aligned micro-sized carbon tubes have been successfully synthesized on silicon substrate by pyrolysis of cyclohexane/ferrocene in the presence of water, a spectacular feature of which is that the multi-wall carbon nanotubes formed in situ act as the basic building blocks for the construction of micro-tubes via a "multi-scale" self-assembly process.