Jack Winters

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JACK H. WINTERS

 

 

103 Old Wagon Road

Middletown, NJ 07748

(732) 208-5568

jack@jackwinters.com

Fax: 360 838-0263

 

 

EDUCATION:

 

Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.

Thesis: "A Four-Phase Modulation System for use with an Adaptive Array," 1981.

 

M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.

Thesis: "On the Performance of an Imperfectly-Implemented Symmetrical

Differential Detector," 1978.

 

B.S.E.E., University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, (summa cum laude), 1977.

 

 

WORK EXPERIENCE:

 

3/02-Present

Jack Winters Communications, Middletown, NJ

Founder

See http://www.jackwinters.com/ .

 

Consulting for wireless and optical communication companies, including Zyray Wireless (acquired by Broadcom) and Blue7 Communications (acquired by Sigma Designs).  From 2002-2004 on the Scientific Advisory Board of Zyray Wireless (acquired by Broadcom).

 

Former voting member of IEEE802.11 (active in 802.11n and 802.11s), Technical Editor for the JC-61 subcommittee of the JEDEC standards organization, and Scientific Council member for the Antenna Centre of Excellence. See http://www.ist-ace.org/.

 

Short Course (2-day) instructor for “Smart Antenna Systems,” through Technology Training Corporation, See http://www.ttcus.com/ .

 

8/09-Present

Foremay, Inc., Fremont, CA

CTO, co-founder

Technical interface with customers for Foremay’s Solid State Device (SSD) products. See http://www.foremay.net/

 

8/09-Present

Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ

Adjunct Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

Wireless Communications course instructor.

See http://www.stevens.edu/ .

 

 

3/06-Present

Eigent Technologies, Holmdel, NJ

VP of Systems Engineering, co-founder

Guide the research and development of Eigent’s wireless products, including security/encryption for RFIDs under US government contracts. See http://www.eigent.com/ .

 

3/02-Present

Motia, Middletown, NJ (also Pasadena, CA)

Chief Scientist, Advisory Board Member

Responsible for the creation and development of Motia’s smart antenna technology, and for how it is used in the company’s products. In addition to guiding the development of these products, responsible for investigating additional uses for Motia’s smart antenna technologies and ensuring that Motia takes advantage of all relevant technological advances. Products include a smart antenna, blind RF beamforming IC for 2.4 GHz, commercialized in the Xterasys Hi-Gain WiFi MIMO Signal Booster, SAS2800, (see http://www.xterasys.com/product/sas2800.htm ). See http://www.motia.com/ .

 

8/81-3/02

AT&T Labs-Research, Middletown, NJ.

Division Manager, Wireless Systems Research Department.

Research on signal processing, modulation, and coding techniques for communication systems; determining fundamental bounds on performance, and devising and implementing practical techniques for approaching these bounds. Specifically:

 

1) From January 2001 to March 2002, head of department with 19-32 members performing research focusing on the physical layer of wireless communication systems. The work of the department included:

a) Devised and applied techniques (multiple antennas, equalization) to 802.11 wireless local area networks to extend applications to outdoors and increase robustness and reliability.

b) Pursued commercial implementation of the above by creating (currently in the final stages) two spinout companies.

c) Devised a generic wireless access method for broadband fixed wireless (working with AT&T Business Services), providing 10 b/s/Hz (2.5 Gbps) at ranges up to 5 miles.

 

2) Proposed, analyzed, and implemented techniques for using adaptive (smart) antennas in cellular, indoor, and wideband radio systems. Led a team effort to implement these techniques at 900 MHz and 2 GHz and integrate adaptive arrays into existing AT&T systems, and successfully demonstrated interference cancellation in both cellular and indoor environments. Worked with AT&T's vendors (Ericsson and Lucent) through AT&T Wireless Services to incorporate smart antennas into IS-136 base stations (starting in 1999, and now in nearly all IS-136 base stations). Elected IEEE Fellow, as well as named a New Jersey Inventor of the Year for 2001, for pioneering work in this area. Obtained more than 10 U.S. patents (plus foreign equivalents) for these and related techniques. Pioneered MIMO (multiple-input-multiple-output) with spatial multiplexing in the mid 1980’s. See Wikipedia entry on MIMO, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multiple-input_multiple-output_communications .

 

3) Proposed, analyzed, and implemented signal processing techniques for Gbps long-haul and undersea lightwave systems. Invented and demonstrated techniques for adaptive equalization at multi-Gbps data rates, including adaptive decision feedback equalization, which has been implemented at 10 Gbps on a single decision circuit IC, and linear equalization, for mitigating the intersymbol interference that limits the achievable data rate in future systems. Was the first to demonstrate the equalization of polarization mode dispersion, overcoming a major impediment to higher data rates in lightwave systems, including the use of adaptive polarization control at 2.5 Gbps. Obtained 5 U.S. patents (plus foreign equivalents) in this area. Pioneered the use of EDC (electronic dispersion compensation) in the late 1980’s and 1990’s.

 

4) Worked in a wide variety of other communication areas including

a) determined the fundamental limits on ultrasonic imaging and devised a technique to approach these limits with real time image processing,

b) proposed and analyzed a technique for rapid signal or image classification  using neural networks,

c) determined the performance of high-$T sub c$ superconductors in waveguides, showing that the attenuation could be less than that of optical fibers,

d) proposed and analyzed deghosting techniques for NTSC and HDTV,

e) proposed and analyzed techniques for congestion control in high-speed networks,

f) determined the bounds on the performance of convolutional coding with interference, and

g) proposed and analyzed techniques for optimum topology and routing design in lightwave networks.

 

 

6/77-8/81

ElectroScience Laboratory, Columbus, OH. Graduate Research Associate.

Devised and demonstrated a four-phase modulation scheme that gives the advantages of spread spectrum with adaptive arrays, without increasing the signal bandwidth, resulting in increased immunity against jamming. Showed that with conventional differential detection and intersymbol interference, frequency uncertainty, or noise correlation, the error rate is unequal for different symbols, but this difference can be decreased and error rate reduced by using symmetrical differential encoding or adjusting the decision boundaries in the receiver.

 

9/73-9/76

Communications Satellite Corporation, Washington, DC. Professional Practice Student.

Determined the carrier frequency and power requirements for future global satellite systems, including the effect of crosstalk, intermodulation, etc., and developed software (and documentation) for system planning.

 

OTHER ACTIVITIES AND AWARDS

 

Fellow, IEEE.

 

New Jersey Inventor of the Year for 2001.

 

Editor for Equalization and Area Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Communications since 1992.

 

The Ohio State University ElectroScience Laboratory's Award for the

Outstanding Dissertation for 1981.

 

The IEEE Vehicular Technology Society's Runner-up VTS Paper of the Year

Award for 1983.

 

Fred W. Ellersick Prize Paper Award for best paper in an IEEE Communications Society magazine in 1993.

 

IMT-2000 3G Wireless Technology Conference, 1999 RCR Silver Award.

 

Former IEEE Distinguished Lecturer for the Communications Society and for the Vehicular Technology Society.

 

Over 60 journal papers, 80 conference papers, and 20 tutorial/seminar presentations, along with 48 issued US patents (plus foreign equivalents and 7 published pending patents) and 9 trade journal papers.

 

 

 

BOOK CHAPTERS

 

1.       “Equalization Techniques for Mitigating Transmission Impairments in Lightwave Transmission Systems,” (with Moe Z. Win and Giorgio M. Vitetta) in Optical Fiber Communications IV, Ivan P. Kaminow and Tingye Li, Eds, San Diego, CA, Academic Press, 2002, vol. 2, ch. 18, pp. 965-997.

 

2.       “Beamforming Techniques,” in Space-Time Wireless Systems: From Array Processing to MIMO Communications, Helmut Boelcskei, David Gesbert, and Alle-Jan van der Veen, Eds., Cambridge Press, 2006, ch. 2, pp. 23-43.

 

3.       “Preface,” in Handbook on Advancements in Smart Antenna. Technologies for Wireless Networks, C. Sun, J. Cheng, and T. Ohira, Eds., Information Science Publishing, July 2008.

 

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

 

1.       "Spread Spectrum in a Four-Phase Communication System Employing Adaptive Antennas," IEEE Trans. on Communications Special Issue on Spread-Spectrum Communications, May 1982, also in Spread-Spectrum Communications, IEEE Press, NY, 1983.

 

2.       "Switched Diversity with Feedback for DPSK Mobile Radio Systems," IEEE Trans. on Vehicular Technology, February 1983.

 

3.       "Optimum Combining in Digital Mobile Radio with Cochannel Interference," Special Issue on Mobile Radio Communications IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, July 1984, IEEE Trans. on Vehicular Technology, August 1984.

 

4.       "Optimum Combining for Indoor Radio Systems with Multiple Users," IEEE Trans. on Communications, Nov. 1987.

 

5.       "A Wireless Network for Wide-Band Indoor Communications," (with A. S. Acampora) IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, June 1987.

 

6.       "On the Capacity of Radio Communication Systems with Diversity in a Rayleigh Fading Environment," IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, June 1987.

 

7.       "System Applications for Wireless Indoor Communications," (with A. S. Acampora) IEEE Communications Magazine, August 1987.

 

8.       "Signal Acquisition and Tracking with Adaptive Arrays in the Digital Mobile Radio System IS-54 with Flat Fading," IEEE Trans. on Vehicular Technology, November 1993.

 

9.       "Two Signaling Schemes for Improving the Error Performance of Frequency-Division-Duplex (FDD) Transmission Systems Using Transmitted Antenna Diversity," (with N. Seshadri), International Journal of Wireless Information Networks, January 1994.

 

10.   "The Impact of Antenna Diversity on the Capacity of Wireless Communication Systems," (with R. D. Gitlin and J. Salz), IEEE Trans. on Communications, April 1994.

 

11.   "Effect of Fading Correlation on Adaptive Arrays in Digital Wireless Communications," (with Jack Salz), IEEE Trans. on Vehicular Technology, November 1994.

 

12.   "Spatial-Temporal Equalization for IS-136 Systems with Rapid Dispersive Fading and Co-Channel Interference," (with Geoffrey Li and Nelson Sollenberger) IEEE Trans. on Vehicular Technology,

 

13.   "Simulation Results of the Capacity of Cellular Systems," (with Zygmunt Haas and David Johnson), IEEE Trans. on Vehicular Technology, Nov. 1997.

 

14.   "A Two-Element Adaptive Antenna Array for IS-136 PCS Base Stations," (with Carol Martin and Tom Zhuang), IEEE Communications Letters, Feb. 1999.

 

15.   "The Diversity Gain of Transmit Diversity in Wireless Systems with Rayleigh Fading," IEEE Trans. on Vehicular Technology, Feb. 1998.

 

16.   “Signal Processing For Wireless Communications I [Guest Editorial], (with Li, Y.; Liu, K.J.R.; and Andersen, J.B.), IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, vol. 16,  issue 8, pp. 1337-1339, Oct. 1998.

 

17.   “Guest Editorial Signal Processing For Wireless Communications,” (with Li, Y.; Liu, K.J.R.; and Andersen, J.B.), IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, vol. 16,  issue 9,  pp. 1601-1603, Dec. 1998.

 

18.   "Upper Bounds on the Bit-Error Rate of Optimum Combining in Wireless Systems," IEEE Trans. on Communications, Dec. 1998.

 

19.   "Smart Antennas for Wireless Systems," IEEE Personal Communications Magazine, Feb. 1998.

 

20.   "Equalization in Coherent Lightwave Systems Using Microwave Waveguides," Journal of Lightwave Technology, May 1989.

 

21.   "Experimental Equalization of Polarization Dispersion," (with M. A. Santoro), IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, August 1990.

 

22.   "Electrical Signal Processing Techniques in Long-Haul, Fiber-Optic Systems," (with R. D. Gitlin), IEEE Trans. on Communications, September 1990.

 

23.   "Equalization in Coherent Lightwave Systems Using a Fractionally Spaced Equalizer," IEEE Journal of Lightwave Technology, October 1990.

 

24.   "Dynamical Equation for Polarization Dispersion," (with C. D. Poole and J. A. Nagel), Optics Letters, March 15, 1991.

 

25.   "Adaptive Nonlinear Cancellation for High-Speed Fiber-Optic Systems, (with S. Kasturia), Journal of Lightwave Technology, July 1992.

 

26.   "Techniques for High-Speed Implementation of Nonlinear Cancellation," (with S. Kasturia), IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, June 1991.

 

27.   "Reducing the Effects of Transmission Impairments in Digital Fiber Optic Systems," (with R. D. Gitlin and S. Kasturia), IEEE Communications Magazine, June 1993.

 

28.   "Three-Dimensional Ultrasonic Vision for Robotic Applications," (with A. S. Acampora) IEEE Trans. on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, March 1989.

 

29.   "Minimum Distance Automata in Parallel Networks for Optimum Classification," (with C. Rose) Neural Networks, vol. 2, 1989.

 

30.   "High-$T sub c$ Superconductor Waveguides: Theory and Applications," (with C. Rose), IEEE Trans. on Microwave Theory and Techniques, April 1991.

 

31.   "Ghost Cancellation of Analog TV Signals: With Applications to IDTV, EDTV, and HDTV," (with E. Ayanoglu, I. Bar-David, R. D. Gitlin, and C.-L. I), IEEE Trans. on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology, March 1991.

 

32.   "Differential Detection with Intersymbol Interference and Frequency Uncertainty," IEEE Trans. on Communications, January 1984.

 

33.   "On Differential Detection of M-ary DPSK with Intersymbol Interference and Noise Correlation," IEEE Trans. on Communications, January 1987.

 

34.   "A Two-Element Adaptive Antenna Array for IS-136 PCS Base Stations," Carol Martin, Tom Zhuang, and J. H. Winters, IEEE Communications Letters, March 1999.

 

35.   “The Range Increase of Adaptive Versus Phased Arrays in Mobile Radio Systems,” (with Mike Gans, and J. H. Winters, IEEE Trans. on Vehicular Technology, March 1999.

 

36.   "Optimum Space-Time Processors with Dispersive Interference - Unified Analysis and Required Filter Span," Lek Ariyavisitakul, Inkyu Lee, and J.H. Winters, IEEE Trans. on Communications, July 1999.

 

37.   "Optimum Spatial-Temporal Equalization for IS-136 TDMA Systems with Rapid Dispersive Fading and Co-Channel Interference," Geoffrey Li, Nelson Sollenberger, J. H. Winters, IEEE Trans. on Vehicular Technology, July 1999.

 

38.   "Analysis of Hybrid Selection/Maximal-Ratio Combining in Rayleigh Fading," Moe Win, and J. H. Winters,, IEEE Trans. on Communications, December 1999.

 

39.   “Joint Equalization and Interference Suppression for High Data rate Wireless Systems,” (with Lek Ariyavisitakul and Nelson Sollenberger), IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, July 2000.

 

40.   “MRC Performance for M-ary Modulation in Arbitrarily-Correlated Nakagami Fading Channels,” (with Moe Win and George Chrisikos), IEEE Communications Letters, October 2000.

 

41.   “Signal Processing Study for ITRI,” ITRI Asia Telecomm. Study Report.

 

42.   “Virtual Branch Analysis of Symbol Error Probability for Hybrid Selection /Maximal-Ratio Combining in Rayleigh Fading,” (with Moe Win), IEEE Trans. on Communications, Nov. 2001.

 

43.   “Improved Space-Time Coding for MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications,” (with Rick Blum, Ye Li, and Qing Yan), IEEE Transactions on Communications, Nov. 2001

 

44.   “Improved Spatial-Temporal Equalization for EDGE: A Fast Selective-Direction MMSE Timing Recovery Algorithm and Two-Stage Soft-Output Equalizer,” (with Hanks Zeng, and Ye Li),
IEEE Transactions on Communications, Dec. 2001.

 

45.   On the Capacity of Cellular Systems with MIMO,” (with Rick Blum and Nelson Sollenberger),  
IEEE Communications Letters, June 2002.

 

46.   “Performance of Dual-Diversity Predetection EGC in Correlated Rayleigh Fading with Unequal Branch SNRs,” (with Ranjan Mallik and Moe Win), IEEE Transactions on Communications, July 2002.

 

47.   “On Optimum MIMO with Antenna Selection”, (with Rick Blum), IEEE Communications Letters, Aug. 2002.

 

48.   “Space-Time-Frequency (STF) Coding for MIMO-OFDM Systems,” (with Andreas Molisch and Moe Win), IEEE Communications Letters, Sept. 2002.

 

49.   “MIMO-OFDM for Wireless Communications: Signal Detection with Enhanced Channel Estimation,” (with Ye Li and Nelson Sollenberger), IEEE Transactions on Communications, Sept. 2002.

 

50.   “Bit Error Outage for Diversity Reception in Shadowing Environment,” (with Andreas Conti, Moe Win, and Marco Chiani), IEEE Communications Letters, Jan 2003.

 

51.   “Bounds and Approximations for Optimum Combining of Signals in the Presence of Multiple Cochannel Interferers and Thermal Noise,” (with Marco Chiani, Moe Win, Alberto Zanella, and Ranjan Mallik), IEEE Transactions on Communications, Feb. 2003.

 

52.   “On the SNR Penalty of MPSK with Hybrid Selection/Maximal Ratio Combining over i.i.d. Rayleigh Fading Channels,” (with Moe Win, Norman Beaulieu, Larry Shepp, and Ben Logan, Jr.), IEEE Transactions on Communications, June 2003.

 

53.   “Reduced-Complexity Transmit/Receive-Diversity Systems,” (with Andreas Molisch and Moe Win), IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing [see also IEEE Transactions on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing], Nov 2003.

 

54.   “A Laguerre Polynomial-Based Bound on the Symbol Error Probability for Adaptive Antennas with Optimum Combining,” (with Marco Chiani, Moe Win, and Alberto Zanella), IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, vol. 3, no. 1, pp.12-16, Jan. 2004.

 

55.   When Will Smart Antennas be Ready for the Market? Part I,” (editor Thomas Kaiser), IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, vol.  22, issue 2, pp. 87-92, March 2005.

 

56.   Reflections on Industrial Research [Leadership Reflections]”, IEEE Signal Processing Magazine,
vol. 22,  issue 4,  pp. 6 – 8, July 2005.

 

57.   “Capacity of MIMO Systems with Antenna Selection,” (with Andreas Molisch, Moe Win, and Yang-Seok Choi), IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, vol. 4, no. 4, pp. 1759-1772, July 2005.

 

58.   When Will Smart Antennas be Ready for the Market? Part II – Results,” (editor Thomas Kaiser), IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, vol.  22, issue 6, pp. 174- 176, Nov. 2005.

 

59.   “Smart Antenna Techniques and Their Application to Wireless Ad Hoc Networks,” IEEE Wireless Communications, vol. 13, issue 4, pp. 77-83, Aug. 2006.

 

60.   “Outdoor IEEE 802.11 Cellular Networks: Radio and MAC Design, and Their Performance,(with Kin Leung, Martin Clark, Bruce McNair, Zoran Kostic, and Len Cimini), IEEE Trans. on Vehicular Technology, vol. 56, issue 5, Part 1,  pp. 2673 – 2684, Sept. 2007.

 

61.   “Optimum Receiver for a Realistic Transmit–Receive Diversity System in Correlated Fading,” (with Ranjan K. Mallik, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, vol. 54, issue 12, pp. 5456 – 5468, Dec. 2008.

 

62.   Capacity and Complexity Trade-offs in MIMO Analog–Digital Combining Systems,” (with Xin Zhou, Patrick Eggers, and Persefoni Kyritsi), Wireless Personal Communications, July 24, 2009.

 

63.   “Effect of Optical Loss and Antenna Separation in 2X2 MIMO Fiber-Radio Systems,” (with Andrey Kobyakov, Michael Sauer, Anthony Ng’oma), IEEE Trans. on Antennas and Propagation, vol. 58, issue 1, pp. 187-194, Jan. 2010.

 

Summary: Not available

 

 

CONFERENCE PAPERS

 

1.       "Reference Signal Generation for an Adaptive Array in a Four-Phase Communication System," Proc. of the 1980 Adaptive Antenna Symposium.

 

2.       "A Four-Phase Communication System Employing Adaptive Antennas," Proc. of the National Radio Science Meeting, Boulder, Colorado, 1982.

 

3.       "Increased Data Rates for Communication Systems with Adaptive Antennas," Proc. of ICC '82.

 

4.       "Optimum Combining in Digital Mobile Radio with Cochannel Interference," Proc. of ICC '83.

 

5.       "Upper Bounds for the Bit Error Rate of Optimum Combining in Digital Mobile Radio," Proc. of GLOBECOM '84.

 

6.       "On The Performance of Indoor Wideband Digital Radio Transmission Using Diversity," (with Y. S. Yeh),  Proc. of GLOBECOM '85.

 

7.       "Optimum Combining for Indoor Radio Systems with Multiple Users," Proc. of ICC '87.

 

8.       "On the Capacity of Radio Communication Systems with Diversity in a Rayleigh Fading Environment," Proc. of GLOBECOM '87.

 

9.       "The Capacity Increase of Wireless Communication Systems with Antenna Diversity," (with J. Salz and R. D. Gitlin), Proc. of the Princeton Conference on Information Science and Systems, March 1992.

 

10.   "The Capacity of Wireless Communication Systems Can Be Substantially Increased by the Use of Antenna Diversity," (with R. D. Gitlin and J. Salz), Proc. of the 1st International Conference on Universal Personal Communications, September 1992.

 

11.   "Adaptive Antennas for Digital Mobile Radio," (with J. Salz and R. D. Gitlin),  Proc. of the Adaptive Antenna Systems Symposium, November 1992.

 

12.   "Two Signaling Schemes for Improving the Error Performance of Frequency-Division-Duplex (FDD) Transmission Systems Using Transmitted Antenna Diversity," (with N. Seshadri), Proc. of the 1993 Vehicular Technology Conference.

 

13.   "Signal Acquisition and Tracking with Adaptive Arrays in Wireless Systems," Proc. of the 1993 Vehicular Technology Conference.

 

14.   "Effect of Fading Correlation on Adaptive Arrays in Digital Wireless Communications," (with J. Salz), Proc. of ICC '93.

 

15.   "Upper Bounds on the Bit Error Rate of Optimum Combining in Wireless Systems," (with J. Salz), IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, June 1994.

 

16.   "The Range Increase of Adaptive versus Phased Arrays in Mobile Radio Systems," (with Mike Gans), First Workshop on Smart Antennas in Wireless Mobile Communications, Stanford University, and Asilomar Conference on Systems, Signals, and Computers, Pacific Grove, CA, 1994.

 

17.   "The Diversity Gain of Transmit Diversity in Wireless Systems with Rayleigh Fading," ICC'94.

 

18.   "Simulation Study of the Capacity Bounds in Cellular Systems," (with Zygmunt Haas and David Johnson), PIMRC'94.

 

19.   "Additional Results of the Capacity Bounds in Cellular Systems," (with Zygmunt Haas and David Johnson), GLOBECOM'94.

 

20.   "High Data Rate Indoor Wireless Communications Using Antenna Arrays," (with Manny Carloni, Mike Gans and Reinaldo Valenzuela), PIMRC'95, and IEEE VTS Wireless Symposium.

 

21.   "Adaptive Antennas in Wireless Systems," 1995 Adaptive Sensor Array Processing Workshop.

 

22.   "Adaptive Arrays for Ground-Based Mobile Communications Systems," tutorial at IEEE International Symposium on Phased Array Systems and Technology.

 

23.   "A Two-Element Adaptive Antenna Array for IS-136 PCS Base Stations," (with Carol Martin and Tom Zhuang), UCSD Conference on Wireless Communications.

 

24.   "Probability Density Functions for Polarization Dispersion," (with C. D. Poole and J. A. Nagel), Proc. of CLEO '90.

 

25.   "Experimental Equalization of Polarization Dispersion,"(with M. A. Santoro), Proc. of CLEO '90.

 

26.   "Electrical Signal Processing Techniques in Long-Haul, Fiber-Optic Systems," (with R. D. Gitlin), Proc. of ISIT '90, and Proc. of ICC '90.

 

27.   "Equalization in Coherent Lightwave Systems Using a Fractionally Spaced Equalizer," Proc. of GLOBECOM '90.

 

28.   "Constrained Maximum-Likelihood Detection for High-Speed Fiber-Optic Systems," (with S. Kasturia), Proc. of GLOBECOM '91.

 

29.   "Optical Equalization of Polarization Dispersion," (with Z. Haas, M. A. Santoro, and A. H. Gnauck), Proc. of SPIE OE/Fibers '92.

 

30.   "On the Experimental Measurement of PMD Effects," (with M. A. Santoro and Z. Haas), Proc. of SPIE OE/Fibers '92.

 

31.   "On the Capacity Bounds in Cellular Systems," (with Z. J. Haas and D. Johnson), Proc. of the Allerton Conference on Communication, Control, and Computing, 1993.

 

32.   "Superresolution for Ultrasonic Imaging in Air using Neural Networks," Proc. of IEEE Int. Conf. on Neural Networks, 1988.

 

33.   "On Parallel Networks for Optimum Classification," (with C. Rose) Proc. of Int. Neural Network Society Annual Meeting, 1988.

                                                                                               

34.   "Ghost Cancellation of Analog TV Signals: With Applications to IDTV, EDTV, and HDTV," (with E. Ayanoglu, I. Bar-David, R. D. Gitlin, and C.-L. I), Proc. of ICASSP '91.

 

35.   "Congestion Control by Adaptive Admission," (with Z. Haas), Proc. of INFOCOM '91.

 

36.   "Cutoff Rates for Convolutional Codes on Gaussian Channels Impaired by Peak and Variance Constrained Interference," (with A. S. Acampora), Proc. of ISIT '85.

 

37.   "Differential Detection with Intersymbol Interference and Noise Correlation," Proc. of ICC '84.

 

38.   "Spatial-Temporal Equalization for IS-136 Systems with Rapid Dispersive Fading and Co-Channel Interference," (with Geoffrey Li and Nelson Sollenberger), PIMRC'97, ICC'98.

 

39.   "Adaptive Arrays in Cellular Systems," Proc. of Commsphere'97.

 

40.   "Optimum Spatial-Temporal Equalization for Diversity Receiving Systems with Co-Channel Interference," (with Geoffrey Li and Nelson Sollenberger), ICC'98.

 

41.   "Forward Link Smart Antennas and Power Control for IS-136," (with Carol Martin and Nelson Sollenberger," VTC'98, Smart Antenna Workshop.

 

42.   "Sinusoidal Modeling and Prediction of Fast Fading Processes," (with Simon Hwang), GLOBECOM'98.

 

43.   "Forward Link Smart Antennas and Power Control for IS-136: Capacity Increase," (with Carol Martin and Nelson Sollenberger), GLOBECOM'98.

 

44.   "Optimum Space-Time Processors with Dispersive Interference - Unified Analysis and Required Filter Span," (with Lek Ariyavisitakul and Inkyu Lee), ICC'99.

 

45.   “Analysis of Hybrid Selection/Maximal-Ratio Combining in Rayleigh Fading," (with Moe Win), ICC'99.

 

46.   "Analysis of Hybrid Selection/Maximal-Ratio Combining of Diversity Branches with Unequal SNR in Rayleigh Fading," (with Moe Win), VTC'99.

 

47.   "Adaptive Antenna Arrays Using Sub-Space techniques in a Mobile Radio Environment with Flat Fading and Co-Channel Interference," (with Joe Boccuzzi and Pillai), VTC'99.

 

48.   "Field Test Results of Downlink Smart Antennas and Power Control for IS-136," (with Carol Martin and Nelson Sollenberger), VTC'99.

 

49.   "Joint Equalization and Interference Suppression for High Data Rate Wireless Systems," (with Lek Ariyavisitakul), VTC'99.

 

50.   “On Maximal Ratio Combining in Correlated Nakagami Channels with Unequal Fading Parameters and SNR’s Among Branches: An Analytical Framework,” (with Moe Win), pp. 1058-1064, WCNC’99.

 

51.   “Canonical Expressions for the Error Probability Performance for M-ary Modulation with Hybrid Selection/Maximal-Ratio Combining in Rayleigh Fading,” (with Moe Win, Ranjan Mallik, and George Chrisikos), WCNC’99.

 

52.   “Error Probability Performance for M-ary Modulation in Rayleigh Fading using Hybrid Selection/Maximal-Ratio Combining,” (with Moe Win and George Chrisikos), MILCOM’99.

 

53.   “Error Probability Performance for M-ary Modulation in Correlated Nakagami Channels using Maximal-Ratio Combining,” (with Moe Win and George Chrisikos), MILCOM’99.

 

54.   “Exact Error Probability Expression for H-S/MRC in Rayleigh Fading: A Virtual Branch Technique,” (with Moe Win), pp. 2331-2335, GLOBECOM’99.

 

55.   “Exact Error Probability Expressions for MRC in Correlated Nakagami Channels with Unequal Fading Parameters and Branch Powers,” (with Moe Win), GLOBECOM’99.

 

56.   Experimental Nonlinear Cancellation of Polarization-Mode Dispersion,” (with Julien Poirrier and Alan Gnauck), OFC’2000.

 

57.   “Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) Radio Channel Measurements,” (with Carol Martin and Nelson Sollenberger), VTC’00 Fall, Asilomar2000, SAM Workshop, Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium, 2001.

 

58.   “A Fast MMSE Timing Recovery Algorithm for Spatial-Temporal Equalization in EDGE,” (with Hanks Zeng and Geoffrey Li), VTC’00 Fall.

 

59.   “A 2-Stage Soft-Output Equalizer for EDGE,” (with Hanks Zeng, Geoffrey Li and H. Sadjadpour), WCNC’2000.

 

60.   “Smart Antennas for the EDGE Wireless TDMA System,”  Adaptive Systems for Signal Processing, Communications, and Control Symposium 2000, pp. 64-69, Oct. 1-4, 2000.

 

61.   “Error Exponents for the Correlated Nakagami Fading Channel with Maximal-Ratio Combining,” (with Walid Ahmed, Moe Win, and Peter McLane), IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory and Its Applications, Honolulu, HI, pp. 968-971, Nov. 2000.

 

62.   “Tight Simple Bounds on the Error Probability of Hybrid Diversity Combining,” (with Moe Win, Norman Beaulieu, Lawrence Shepp, and Benjamin Logan), IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory and Its Applications, Honolulu, HI, pp. 955-959, Nov. 2000.

 

63.   “Performance of Predetection Dual Diversity in Correlated Rayleigh Fading: EGC and SD,” (with Ranjan Mallik, and Moe Win), GLOBECOM '00, pp. 932-936, Nov. 27 -1 Dec. 1, 2000.

 

64.   “Higher Order Statistics of the Output SNR of Hybrid Selection/Maximal-Ratio Combining,”
(with Moe Win, Ranjan Mallik, and George Chrisikos), GLOBECOM '00,
pp.922-926, Nov. 27-1 Dec. 1, 2000.

 

65.   “Reduced Complexity Transmit/Receive Diversity Systems,” (with Moe Win and Andreas Molisch), VTC’01 Spring.

 

66.   “Modeling Wireless Channel Fading,” (with Bill Turin, Rittwik Jana, and Carol Martin), VTC’01 Fall.

 

67.   “On Optimum Combining of Signals in the Presence of Multiple Cochannel Interferers and Thermal Noise,” (with Marco Chiani, Moe Win, Alberto Zanella, and Ranjan Mallik), Globecom’01.

 

68.   “Interference Estimation with Noisy Measurements in Broadband Wireless Packet Networks,” (with Kin Leung and Len Cimini), VTC’01 Fall.

 

69.   “Capacity of MIMO Systems with Antenna Selection,” (with Andreas Molisch and Moe Win), ICC’01.

 

70.   “Space-Time-Frequency Coding for MIMO-OFDM Systems,” (with Andreas Molisch and Moe Win) European Personal Mobile Comm. Conf, Feb. 2001.

 

71.   “MIMO Radio Channel Measurements: Performance Comparison of Antenna Configurations,” (with Carol Martin and Nelson Sollenberger), VTC’01 Fall.

 

72.   “On the Capacity of Cellular Systems with MIMO,” (with Rick Blum and N. Sollenberger), VTC’01 Fall.

 

73.   “Hybrid Selection/Optimum Combining,” (with Moe Win), VTC’01 Spring.

 

74.   “Improved Techniques for 4 Transmit and 4 Receive Antenna MIMO-OFDM for Wireless Communications,” (with Rick Blum, Q. Yan, and Y. Li), VTC’01 Spring.

 

75.   “Signal Detection for MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications,” (with Y. Li and Nelson Sollenberger), ICC’01.

 

76.   Exact Symbol Error Probability for Optimum Combining in the Presence of Multiple Co-Channel Interferers and Thermal Noise,” (with Marco Chiani, Moe Win, and Alberto Zanella), Globecom’01.

 

77.   “Symbol Error Probability of High Spectral Efficiency MIMO Systems,” (with Alberto Zanella, Marco Chiani, and Moe Win), Conference of Information Science and Systems, Princeton, NJ, Mar. 2002.

 

78.   “On Optimum MIMO with Antenna Selection,”(with Rick Blum), ICC’02.

 

79.   A Simple and Asymptotically Tight Upper Bound on the Symbol Error Probability of Adaptive Antennas with Optimum Combining,” (with Marco Chiani, Moe Win, and Alberto Zanella), ICC’02.

 

80.   Outdoor IEEE 802.11 Cellular Networks: MAC Protocol Design and Performance,” (with Kin Leung, Bruce McNair, and Len Cimini, Jr.), ICC’02.

 

81.   Performance of Reduced-Complexity Transmit/Receive-Diversity Systems,” (with Andreas Molisch and Moe Win), 5th International Symposium on Wireless Personal Multimedia Communications, 2002.

 

82.   “Efficient Evaluation of Exact Error Probability for Optimum Combining of M-ary PSK Signals,” (with Marco Chiani, Moe Win, and Alberto Zanella), GLOBECOM '02, pp. 1415-1419, Nov. 17-21, 2002.

 

83.   “Fast Algorithms for Antenna Selection in MIMO Systems,” (with Yang-Seok Choi,  Andy Molisch, and Moe  Win), VTC 2003-Fall, pp. 1733-1737, Oct. 6-9, 2003.

 

84.   “An Embedded Antenna for Mobile DBS,” (with James Wang), VTC2004-Fall, pp. 4092 – 4095, Sept. 26-29, 2004.

 

85.   “Optimum Receiver for a Realistic Transmit-Receive Diversity System,” (with Ranjan K. Mallik),
GLOBECOM’07, pp. 4091 - 4095 Nov. 26-30, 2007.

 

86.   “MIMO radio signals over fiber in picocells for increased WLAN coverage,” (with Andrey Kobyakov, Dean Thelen, Aravind Chamarti, and Michael Sauer), Conference on Optical Fiber Communication/National Fiber Optic Engineers Conference (OFC/NFOEC) 2008, pp. 1-3,  Feb. 24-28, 2008.

 

87.   Picocells with MIMO and Cell Bonding for WLAN Systems,” (with Andrey Kobyakov and Michael Sauer), ICC’09, June 14-18 2009.

 

88.   Deterministic Combining for Fading Channels,” (with Ranjan Mallik), ICC’09, June 14-18 2009.

 

PATENTS

 

1.       "A Wireless PBX/LAN System with Optimum Combining," Patent No. 4,639,914, January 1987.

2.       "Wireless Network for Wideband Indoor Communications," (with A. S. Acampora), Patent 4,789,983, December 6, 1988.

3.       Ghost Cancellation of Analog TV Signals," (with E. Ayanoglu, I. Bar-David, R. D. Gitlin, and C.-L. I), Patent 5,119,196, June 2, 1992.

4.       "Fiber Optic Transmission Distortion Compensation," (with Richard Gitlin, Sanjay Kasturia, and Bob Swartz), Patent 5,191,462, March 2, 1993.

5.       "Optical Communication Network With Passive Monitoring," (with L. G. Cohen), Patent 5,285,305, February 8, 1994.

6.       "Ternary Data Communication Using Multiple Polarizations," (with Sanjay Kasturia), Patent 5,299,047, March 3,1994.

7.       "Fiber-Optic Transmission Polarization-Dependent Distortion Compensation," (with Zygmunt Haas and Mario Santoro), Patent 5,311,346.

8.       "Multiple Polarization Sensitive Detection Arrangement for Fiber Optic Communications," (with Mike Gans and Sanjay Kasturia), Patent 5,388,088.

9.       "Block Radio and Adaptive Arrays for Wireless Systems," Patent 5,481,570.

10.   "Multichannel Predistortion Linearizer for Multiple Amplifiers with Multiple Antennas," Patent 5,675,285, October 7, 1997.

11.   "Adaptive Communication System and Method Using Unequal Weighting of Interference and Noise," (with Glenn Golden, Carol Martin and Nelson Sollenberger), Patent 5,819,168, October 6, 1998.

12.   “Multichannel Predistortion Linearizer,” Patent 5,862,457, January 19, 1999.

13.   “Introducing Processing Delay as a Multiple of the Time Slot Duration,” (with Glenn Golden and Carol Martin), Patent 5,887,037, March 23, 1999.

14.   “Orthogonal Polarization and Time Varying Offsetting of Signals for Digital Data Transmission or Reception,” (with Mike Gans and Vijitha Weerackody), Patent 5,943,372, August 24, 1999.

15.   “Methods and Apparatus for High Data Rate Transmission in Narrowband Mobile Radio Channels,” (with Carol Martin), Patent 5,960,039, September 28, 1999.

16.   “Time-Shifted Weighting for Signal Processing,” (with Glenn Golden, Carol Martin, and Nelson Sollenberger), Patent 6,014,413, January 11, 2000.

17.   “Joint Timing, Frequency, and Weight Acquisition for an Adaptive Array,” (with Glenn Golden), Patent 6,038,272, March 14, 2000.

18.   “Time-Varying Weight Estimation,” (with Israel Bar-David, Glenn Golden, Tom Marzetta, Nelson Sollenberger), Patent 6,044,120, March 28, 2000.

19.   “Output Signal Modification Providing Phase Amplified Information for Soft Decision Decoding,” (with Glenn Golden and Nelson Sollenberger), Patent 6,125,152, September 26. 2000.

20.   “Subspace Method for Adaptive Array Weight Tracking,” (with Israel Bar-David and Glenn Golden), Patent 6,147,985, November 14, 2000.

21.   “System and Method to Prevent Error Propagation,” (with Glenn Golden, Carol Martin, and Nelson Sollenberger), Patent 6,278,752, August 21, 2001.

22.   “Method and Apparatus for Enhanced 911 Location Using Power Control in a Wireless System,” (with Nelson Sollenberger), Patent 6,404,388, June 11, 2002.

23.   “Method for Sinusoidal Modeling and Prediction of Fast Fading Processes,” (with Jeng-Kuang Hwang), Patent 6,505,053, January 7, 2003.

24.   “Method and Apparatus for Enhanced 911 Location Using Power Control in a Wireless System,” (with Nelson Sollenberger), Patent 6,590,533, July 8, 2003.

25.   “Method for Sinusoidal Modeling and Prediction of Fast Fading Processes,” (with Jeng-Kuang Hwang), Patent 6,658,261, December 2, 2003.

26.   “Methods and Systems for Spatial Processing,” (with Moe Win), Patent 6,804,312, October 12, 2004.

27.   “Wireless indoor communications using antenna arrays,” (with Manuel Carloni, Michael Gans, and Reinaldo Valenzuela), Patent 6,895,253, May 17, 2005.

28.   “Methods and systems for symbol timing recovery,” (with Huaiyu Zeng and Ye Li), Patent 6,970,524, November 29, 2005.

29.   “Method and apparatus for enhanced 911 location using power control in a wireless system,” (with Nelson Sollenberger), Patent 6,972,717, December 6, 2005.

30.   “Method of selecting receive antennas for MIMO systems,” (with Yang-Seok Choi, Byoung-Jo Kim, Andreas Molisch, Moe Win, and Hui Luo), Patent 7,006.810, February 28, 2006.

31.   Rate-adaptive methods for communicating over multiple input/multiple output wireless systems ,” (with Hui Luo and Nelson Sollenberger), Patent 7,058,367, June 6, 2006.

32.   MIMO OFDM system,” (with Ye Li and Nelson Sollenberger), Patent 7,068,628, June 27, 2006.

33.   System and method for selecting a transmission channel in a wireless communication system that includes an adaptive array,” (with Justin Chuang and Nelson Sollenberger), Patent 7,133,380, November 7, 2006.

34.   “RFID system with an adaptive array,” (with James Wang and Robert Warner), Patent 7,212,116, May 1, 2007.

35.   Vehicle mounted satellite antenna embedded within moonroof or sunroof,” (with James Wang, Robert Warner, and Ming-Yang Yang), Patent 7,227,508, June 5, 2007.

36.   “System and method for providing a smart antenna,” (with James Wang, and Richard McConnell), Patent 7,257,425, August 14, 2007.

37.   Wireless communication system using a plurality of antenna elements with adaptive weighting and combining techniques,” (with James Wang, Meng Doong, and Chau Yang), Patent 7,260,370, August 21, 2007.

38.   Method of selecting receive antennas for MIMO systems,” (with Yang-Seok Choi, Byoung-Jo Kim, Andreas Molisch, Moe Win, and Hui Luo), Patent 7,283,798, October 16, 2007.

39.   “RFIDs embedded into semiconductors,” (with Robert Warner and Bruce McNair), Patent 7,348,887, March 25, 2008.

40.   “System and method for channel bonding in multiple antenna communication systems,” (with Severine Catreux-Erceg, Vinko Erceg, Pieter Roux, and Pieter Van Rooyen), Patent 7,391,832, June 24, 2008.

41.   “System and method for estimating interference in a packet-based wireless network,” (with Kin Leung), Patent 7,453,861, November 18, 2008.

42.   “Rate-adaptive multiple input/multiple output (MIMO) systems,” (with Hui Luo and Nelson Sollenberger), Patent 7,463,867, December 9, 2008.

43.   “System and method for antenna selection,” (with Severine Catreux-Erceg, Vinko Erceg, Pieter Roux, and Pieter Van Rooyen), Patent 7,483,718, January 27, 2009.

44.   “Weight generation method for multi-antenna communication systems utilizing RF-based and baseband signal weighting and combining based upon minimum bit error rate,” (with Severine Catreux-Erceg, Vinko Erceg, Pieter Roux, and Pieter Van Rooyen), Patent 7,502,432, March 10, 2009.

45.   “System and method for channel-adaptive antenna selection,” (with Severine Catreux-Erceg, Vinko Erceg, Pieter Roux, and Pieter Van Rooyen), Patent 7,515,939, April 7, 2009.

46.   Frequency selective transmit signal weighting for multiple antenna communication systems,” (with Severine Catreux-Erceg, Vinko Erceg, Pieter Roux, and Pieter Van Rooyen), Patent 7,535,969, May 19, 2009.

47.   “Weight generation method for multi-antenna communication systems utilizing RF-based and baseband signal weighting and combining,” (with Severine Catreux-Erceg, Vinko Erceg, Pieter Roux, and Pieter Van Rooyen), Patent 7,539,274, May 26, 2009.

48.   “MIMO OFDM system,” (with Geoffrey Li and Nelson Sollenberger), Patent 7,643,404, January 5, 2010.

 

 

PUBLISHED APPLICATIONS:

 

1.       “Method and Apparatus for Reducing Interference in Multiple-Input-Multiple-Output (MIMO) Systems”, (with Andreas Molisch, Martin Clark, and Huaiyu Dai), Patent Application 20030214917, November 20, 2003.

2.       “System and method for RF signal combining and adaptive bit loading for data rate maximization in multi-antenna communication systems,” (with Severine Catreux, Vinko Erceg, Pieter Roux, and Pieter Van Rooyen), Patent Application 20050053164, March 10, 2005.

3.       “Method and system for an adaptive wireless communication system optimized for economic benefit,” (with Robert Warner and James Wang), Patent Application 20050096058, May 5, 2005.

4.        “RFID system with an adaptive array antenna,” (with James Wang and Robert Warner), Patent Application 20050128159, June 16, 2005.

5.        Networked wireless devices for local tracking and interaction,” (with Robert Warner), Patent Application 20070037568, February 15, 2007.

6.       “Weight Training For Antenna Array Beam Patterns in FDD/TDMA Terminals,” (with James Wang), Patent Application 20070178862, August 2, 2007.

7.       Radio-over-fiber (RoF) wireless picocellular system with combined picocells,” (with Michael Sauer, Richard Vodhanel, Martyn Easton, and Aravind Chamarti), Patent Application 20080080863, April 3, 2008.

 

OTHER TALKS

 

1.       "Tutorial on Neural Networks in Communication Systems: Concepts and Applications," (with S. V. Kartalopoulos), GLOBECOM '91.

2.       "Tutorial on Adaptive Antennas and Equalization in Wireless Systems," (with J. Salz), 1993 International Conference on Communications.

3.       "Signal Processing Techniques for Reducing Transmission Impairments," IEEE Communication Theory Workshop, April 1989.

4.       "Equalization of Dispersion in Long-Haul Fibre Optic Transmission," Photonic Communications and Networking Symposium, Ottawa, Canada, Sept. 1989.

5.       "Adaptive Nonlinear Cancellation for High-Speed Fiber-Optic Systems," (with S. Kasturia), OFC '91, Workshop on IC's for Lightwave Communications.

6.       "Three-Dimensional Ultrasonic Vision for Robotic Applications," (with A. S. Acampora), IEEE Communication Theory Workshop, 1987.

7.       "Adaptive Antennas for IS-136," (with Glenn Golden (Lucent)), Smart Antenna Workshop.

8.       "Smart Antennas for Cellular Systems," IEEE Communication Theory Workshop.

9.       "Adaptive Antennas for Cellular Systems," Georgia Tech Symposium, and IEEE AP Section meeting, Richardson, Texas.

10.   "High Data Rate Indoor Wireless Communications Using Antenna Arrays," IEEE Symposium on Microwaves for Wireless Communications.

11.   "Adaptive Antennas for Wireless Systems," tutorials at VTC'97 and Wireless'97, talks at PIERS'97 (with Carol Martin), IRSS'97, IEEE Philadelphia and Arizona Section meetings, and Graduate seminar at George Mason University.

12.   "Adaptive Antennas for Wireless Systems," tutorials at ICC'98, MMT'98, GLOBECOM'98, Graduate seminar at Brooklyn Poly.

13.   "Adaptive Antennas for TDMA Wireless Systems," tutorial at IEEE Workshop on Smart Antennas, Villanova.

14.   "Smart Antennas for CDMA Wireless Systems," The 3rd CDMA International Conference & Exhibition, Seoul, Korea, October 30, 1998.

15.   "Adaptive Antennas for Wireless Systems," tutorials at ICC'99, VTC’99, ISCOM’99, NJIT and Princeton.

16.   “Smart Antennas For 3G Wireless Systems,” IMT-2000 3G Wireless Techn. Conf., 1999 RCR Silver Award.

17.   “Similarities of PMD and DMD for 10 Gbps Equalization of Lightwave Channels,” (with Moe Win), IEEE 802,3ae 10Gb/s Task Force, September 2000 Interim meeting, New Orleans, LA, Sept. 2000.

18.   “Space-Time Processing for EDGE,” (with Carol Martin and Lek Ariyavisitakul), Sixth Workshop on Smart Antennas in Wireless Mobile Communications, July 1999.

19.   “Smart Antennas for Wireless Systems,” Tutorials at VTC’00 Fall, IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society Conference, IEEE MTT Conference, SAM Workshop,  and Filtronics Engineering Symposium.

20.   “Smart Antennas for TDMA,” Smart Antenna and TowerTop Electronics Workshop, 9/7/00.

21.   “Propagation Aspects for Smart Antennas,” IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society Conference.

22.   “Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) Radio Channel Measurements,” (with Carol Martin and Nelson Sollenberger), APS Int. Symposium 2001.

23.   “Enhancements to Wireless Local Area Networks,” talks to Georgia Tech, IEEE APS meeting.

24.   “Smart Antenna Techniques and Their Application to Wireless Ad Hoc Networks,” PIMRC’05.

25.   “Standardization of MIMO OFDM,” (with Aon Mujtaba), Tutorial at GLOBECOM’07.

 

TRADE JOURNAL ARTICLES:

 

1.       “Universal smart antenna front-ends for multiplatform devices,” Portable Design, January 2006.

2.       “Using Smart Antennas to Correct Wireless' Limitations,” System Design Frontier, September 2005.

3.       “Smart Antennas Benefit WLANs,” Wireless Design & Development, November 2005.

4.       Using Smart Antennas to Improve Mobile Ad Hoc and Mesh Networks,” Antenna Systems & Technology, October 2005.

5.       Understanding MIMO: Part I,” Wireless Net DesignLine, 28 April 2005.

6.       Understanding MIMO: Part II,” Wireless Net DesignLine, 28 April 2005.

7.       “Q&A,” Wireless IQ, February 28, 2005.

8.       “802.11n throttles up WLAN throughput,” Network World, 11/22/04.

9.       Applying Smart Antennas to Wireless Systems: Adaptive Array or Multibeam Antennas?  Well, It Depends...,” Antenna Systems & Technology, November 12, 2004.