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ON THE SUM-RATE OF THE GAUSSIAN MIMO Z CHANNEL AND THE GAUSSIAN MIMO X CHANNEL

Category : Communication


Sub Category : MIMO


Project Code : ITCM01


Project Desc : In this paper, we study the Gaussian MIMO Z channel and the Gaussian MIMO X channel. The MIMO X channel (XC) consists of two multiple antenna transmit-receive pairs, where each transmitter communicates with both receivers.

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IMPROVING PHYSICAL LAYER SECURITY FOR CRNS USING SINR-BASED COOPERATIVE BEAMFORMING

Category : Communication


Sub Category : -


Project Code : ITCM02


Project Desc : In this paper, we consider a new cognitive radio network (CRN), where cooperative beamforming is designed to enhance the physical layer security for both primary users (PUs) and secondary users (SUs).

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RELAY-SELECTION IMPROVES THE SECURITY-RELIABILITY TRADE-OFF IN COGNITIVE RADIO SYSTEMS

Category : Communication


Sub Category : CRN-RELAY


Project Code : ITCM03


Project Desc : We consider a cognitive radio (CR) network consisting of a secondary transmitter (ST), a secondary destination (SD) and multiple secondary relays (SRs) in the presence of an eavesdropper, where the ST transmits to the SD with the assistance of SRs, while the eavesdropper attempts to intercept the secondary transmission.

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EFFECT OF MUTUAL COUPLING ON THE CHANNEL CAPACITY OF MIMO SYSTEMS

Category : Communication


Sub Category : MIMO


Project Code : ITCM04


Project Desc : The reciprocity theorem is applied to derive an exact expression which is used to remove the coupling effects embedded in the receiving voltages of an antenna array. The correlation coefficients of the multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) channel established with the antenna array.

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PERFORMANCE OF RECONFIGURABLE ANTENNAS IN A BELOW-DECKS ENVIRONMENT

Category : Communication


Sub Category : MIMO-OFDM


Project Code : ITCM05


Project Desc : Reconfigurable antennas have been proposed for mitigating multipath interference and increasing channel capacity in wireless networks. The majority of studies which have investigated these claims do so either in simulation or through the use of software defined radios in lab or office environments.

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GENERALIZATION OF ORTHOGONAL FREQUENCY DIVISION MULTIPLEXING WITH INDEX

Category : Communication


Sub Category : OFDM


Project Code : ITCM06


Project Desc : Recently, orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) with index modulation (OFDM-IM) was proposed By selecting a fixed number of subcarriers as active subcarriers to carry constellation symbols, the indices of these active subcarriers may carry additional bits of information.

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SPECTRAL EFFICIENCY OF OFDM SYSTEMS WITH RANDOM RESIDUAL CFO

Category : Communication


Sub Category : OFDM


Project Code : ITCM07


Project Desc : Orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) over wireless channels is sensitive to carrier frequency offset (CFO), which destroys orthogonality amongst subcarriers giving rise to inter-carrier interference (ICI).

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SUM RATE MAXIMIZATION OF AN MIMO TWO-WAY RELAY SYSTEM USING MSE DUALITY

Category : Communication


Sub Category : MIMO-RELAY


Project Code : ITCM08


Project Desc : In this letter, we propose a novel joint beamforming scheme using mean-square error (MSE) duality to maximize the sum rate of a multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) two-way relay system. It is difficult to solve the sum rate maximization problem directly due to its non-convexity.

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PAPR ANALYSIS OF CLASS-III SLM SCHEME BASED ON VARIANCE OF CORRELATION OF ALTERNATIVE OFDM SIGNAL SEQUENCES

Category : Communication


Sub Category : OFDM


Project Code : ITCM09


Project Desc : Selected mapping (SLM) is a well-known peak-to average power ratio (PAPR) reduction technique for orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) systems. Recently, a low-complexity SLM scheme, called Class-III SLM scheme.

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OUTAGE PROBABILITY OF ENERGY HARVESTING RELAY-AIDED COOPERATIVE NETWORKS OVER RAYLEIGH FADING CHANNEL

Category : Communication


Sub Category : RELAY


Project Code : ITCM10


Project Desc : Energy harvesting technique is a potential way for relay node energy supply in cooperative networks in the respect of deployment flexibility and maintenance charge reduction. However, unlike traditional power source.

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