Mathematics and ... Call 2004 - Mathematics, Modelling and Simulation in Interdisciplinary ProjectsMA04-044

Modern Harmonic Analysis Methods for Advanced Wireless Communications (MOHAWI)


Modern Harmonic Analysis Methods for Advanced Wireless Communications (MOHAWI)
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Status:
Completed (01.08.2005 – 31.07.2009)
Funding volume:
€ 500,000

 
Abstract:

Methods of time-frequency analysis, in particular the Gabor transform, are an important tool in signal processing for improved and stable representation of signals. The objective of this project is the application of new mathematical results in time-frequency analysis to the modeling and analysis of wireless communications systems. The expected benefit will be a more efficient energy balance and higher data rates. The concrete applications of the project are expected for the next generation of mobile communication systems that will work in higher frequency bands.

 

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