Kyushu Institute of Technology

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  • White Papers // May 2012

    RTL Design of Joint CFO and IQ-Imbalance Compensator for Narrow-Band Wireless System

    Direct conversion receiver is a well-known receiver architecture that enables small, low power and cheap radio. However, I/Q imbalance caused by non-orthogonality between in-phase component and quadrature-phase component from the imperfections of quadrature demodulator is a major problem in this architecture. In addition, Carrier Frequency Offset (CFO) occurs as well....

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  • White Papers // Mar 2012

    Packet Delayed Lattice Reduction Algorithm for High Performance MIMO Decoder

    The authors propose a packet delayed lattice reduction aided MIMO detection for 802.11n system. Lattice reduction algorithms are iterative in nature that results in long latency. In high throughput systems like 802.11n, reduction of latency via parallelization causes high hardware complexity. Without parallelization, the receiver needs to buffer the incoming...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Translating Nondeterministic Functional Language Based on Attribute Grammars Into Java

    Knowledge-based systems are suitable for realizing advanced functions that re-quire domain-specific expert knowledge, while knowledge representation languages and their supporting environments are essential for realizing such systems. Although Prolog is useful and effective in realizing such a supporting environment, the language interoperability with other implementation languages, such as Java, is...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2011

    Disjoint Path Routing for Multi-Channel Multi-Interface Wireless Mesh Network

    Dynamic Channel Switching System (DCSS) has been proposed as a solution to improve the capacity of Wireless Mesh Networks (WMNs) which is compliant with IEEE 802.11 standards. DCSS divides wireless interfaces into data receiving and data sending interfaces. The receiving interfaces stay on specified channels, while the sending interfaces can...

    Provided By Kyushu Institute of Technology

  • White Papers // May 2012

    RTL Design of Joint CFO and IQ-Imbalance Compensator for Narrow-Band Wireless System

    Direct conversion receiver is a well-known receiver architecture that enables small, low power and cheap radio. However, I/Q imbalance caused by non-orthogonality between in-phase component and quadrature-phase component from the imperfections of quadrature demodulator is a major problem in this architecture. In addition, Carrier Frequency Offset (CFO) occurs as well....

    Provided By Kyushu Institute of Technology

  • White Papers // Mar 2012

    Packet Delayed Lattice Reduction Algorithm for High Performance MIMO Decoder

    The authors propose a packet delayed lattice reduction aided MIMO detection for 802.11n system. Lattice reduction algorithms are iterative in nature that results in long latency. In high throughput systems like 802.11n, reduction of latency via parallelization causes high hardware complexity. Without parallelization, the receiver needs to buffer the incoming...

    Provided By Kyushu Institute of Technology

  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Translating Nondeterministic Functional Language Based on Attribute Grammars Into Java

    Knowledge-based systems are suitable for realizing advanced functions that re-quire domain-specific expert knowledge, while knowledge representation languages and their supporting environments are essential for realizing such systems. Although Prolog is useful and effective in realizing such a supporting environment, the language interoperability with other implementation languages, such as Java, is...

    Provided By Kyushu Institute of Technology

  • White Papers // Mar 2011

    Disjoint Path Routing for Multi-Channel Multi-Interface Wireless Mesh Network

    Dynamic Channel Switching System (DCSS) has been proposed as a solution to improve the capacity of Wireless Mesh Networks (WMNs) which is compliant with IEEE 802.11 standards. DCSS divides wireless interfaces into data receiving and data sending interfaces. The receiving interfaces stay on specified channels, while the sending interfaces can...

    Provided By Kyushu Institute of Technology