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(Research) Multi-Carrier Bursting: Feasibility, Analysis and Implementation / (Skills) Best Papers Michaelmas 2009

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Research: Multi-Carrier Bursting: Feasibility, Analysis and Implementation, Bogdan Roman

This talk will present a few innovative designs that have in common the usage of individual subcarriers within the same OFDM wireless channel and the transmission of short energy bursts, to achieve various purposes: cognitive radio spectrum sensing, mass acknowlegment and wireless access control. We shall then look in more depth at the real-world challenges and the implementation feasibility of the proposed designs. An analytical model and hardware implementation that are more specific to the wireless access control scheme are then presented along with various results in comparison with traditional schemes.

Skills: Best Papers Michaelmas 2009

Each member of the group will submit an entry for the best paper they have read last term. We will have very a brief presentation on as many as we can fit in to 30 minutes.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Digital Technology Group (DTG) Meetings series.

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