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The proposed technique is more effective than existing techniques, in terms of both performance and throughput. Theoretical estimation bounds are also derived to verify the effectiveness of the proposed method.
In this paper we present a bit-oriented architecture for the digital Finite Impulse Response (FIR) filter with adaptive coefficients. Instead of using multipliers, the FIR operation is regarded as the summation of a larger number of operands. Our architecture utilizes two new word-level operand compressors, namely six-to-triple and six-to-double… (More)
In this paper we present a bit-oriented architecture for the digital Finite Impulse Response (FIR) filter with adaptive coefficients. Instead of using multipliers, the FIR operation is regarded as the summation of a larger number of operands. Our architecture utilizes a new compressor called six-to-triple compressor, which converts six data bits of equal… (More)
In this work, a signal-to-interference-plus-noise ratio (SINR)-based robust distributed beamforming scheme is proposed for one-way amplify-and-forward (AF) relay systems with multiple user pairs. The proposed scheme obtains its optimal beam vectors by utilizing convex semi-definite programming (SDP) optimization with newly derived bounds for signal and… (More)
This work proposes two low-complexity and high-performance cell ID detection schemes for cellular communication systems. The first one, called real-correlation multiple differential detection (RMDD), derived from our previous work on cell ID detection called CERCD method, has much less complex multiplication operations while maintains the same performance.… (More)
This works extends our previous work on cell ID detection for OFDM systems to LTE systems. Specifically, we apply our previously proposed three channel-effect resilient cell ID detection (CERCD) methods to the detection of primary synchronization signals (PSS) in 3GPP LTE systems. Simulation results show that CERCD methods still maintains merits of low… (More)