• Channel modeling, estimation and equalization in wireless communication 

    Leong, Sang-Yick, 1977- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2005)
    Channel modeling, estimation and equalization are discussed throughout this dissertation. Relevant research topics are first studied at the beginning of each chapter and the new methods are proposed to improve the system ...
  • Cognitive radios: spectrum sensing issues 

    Kataria, Amit, 1980- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
    Cognitive Radio can smartly sense and adapts with the changing environment by altering its transmitting parameters, such as modulation, frequency, frame format etc. The main challenges with cognitive radios are that it ...
  • Localization of wireless sensor networks using multidimensional scaling 

    Tulabandula, Sridhar (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
    Wireless sensor networks found their way into a broad variety of applications including industrial automation, medical applications, highway monitoring, habitat monitoring, military applications, environmental applications, ...
  • Mobile speed estimation for hierarchical wireless network 

    Ning, Yu (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2005)
    The implementation of hierarchical cellular system, which can effectively reduce the number of handoffs thus significantly improve the overall system capacity, requires the knowledge of mobile user speed at the base station. ...
  • Multiuser TDMA channel estimation 

    Kane, Roma (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2004)
    Wireless communication systems require efficient utilization of the limited available spectrum. There are various methods in which division of spectrum between users have been done till date, including frequency division, ...
  • On the simulations of correlated nakagami-m fading channels using sum-of-sinusoids method 

    Patil, Dhiraj Dilip (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
    This research work discusses the generation of Nakagami-m fading samples from sum-of-sinusoids method in which Nakagami process is generated by taking square root of Gamma process. Gamma process itself can be realized using ...
  • Optimum receiver design and performance analysis for wireless communication 

    Wu, Jingxian, 1975- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2005)
    This dissertation is devoted to the optimum receiver design and theoretical performance analysis of wireless communication systems operated over fading channels, and this objective is incarnated by means of design, analysis ...
  • Pilot symbol design for multiuser CDMA systems 

    Kalgaonkar, Kaustubh (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2004)
    Due to the development of advanced processor architecture and better fabrication technologies of chips mobile devices have shrinked in size and improved in processing power. These pocket devices are now able run data hungry ...
  • Single carrier frequency domain equalization for broadband wireless communications 

    Jain, Nidhi (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
    This thesis discusses different channel estimation techniques, channel equalization and various diversity schemes for broadband wireless communication employing single-carrier frequency domain equalization. With the help ...
  • Turbo equalization in wireless communication 

    Lee, Kah Ping (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2005)
    Intersymbol interference (ISI) is a major impairment in wireless communication and hence equalization is applied to combat such interference. In addition to maximum likelihood sequence estimation equalizer and filtering ...