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Cooperative communications for future wireless networks

The distributed nature of the wireless network provides unique opportunities for collaborative and distributed signal processing techniques that can potentially lead to significant more...

Supervisor(s): Li, Yonghui (Professor), Vucetic, Branka (Professor)

Distributed network channel coding for wireless sensor networks

Wireless sensor networks (WSN) has attracted a lot of attention recently. A WSN usually contains a large number of low-cost and low-power wireless sensor nodes, some aggregated node more...

Supervisor(s): Li, Yonghui (Professor), Vucetic, Branka (Professor)

Dynamic spectrum access for wireless multi-hop cognitive radio networks

Unlike the wired Internet, the wireless world has a limited amount of links to distribute. Consequently, the traditional regulation of spectrum requires a fundamental reform in orde more...

Supervisor(s): Li, Yonghui (Professor), Vucetic, Branka (Professor)

Design of new signal processor for fiber-wireless communication systems

The project aims to propose new optical delay lines and topologies for microwave photonic signal processing. more...

Supervisor(s): Yi, Xiaoke (Associate Professor)

Interference Cancellation in Co-working WLANs

Capacity of cellular networks, such as 3G CDMA, B3G HSPA and LTE, are interference-limited. This means that the maximum number of users in each cell and overall system capacity main more...

Supervisor(s): Vucetic, Branka (Professor), Li, Yonghui (Professor)

Precoded multiuser MIMO and packet scheduling

Linear precoding for multiuser Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) systems has attracted much attention recently due to the capacity enhancement ability at the system level. In th more...

Supervisor(s): Vucetic, Branka (Professor), Lin, Zihuai (Dr)

Cooperative transmission in MIMO relay broadcast channels

Wireless multiuser communications are suffering from problems of reliability, coverage and spectrum efficiency. Relay broadcast is one of the promising techniques to solve these pro more...

Supervisor(s): Vucetic, Branka (Professor)

Distributed Coalition Planning and Decision Making

The work involves the use of graph-theoretic and game-theoretic techniques to study how decisions evolve in distributed systems. more...

Supervisor(s): Zomaya, Albert Y. (Professor)

How reliable are body composition monitoring scales?

This project aims to determine the accuracy and precision of body composition monitoring scales that are commonly available to the general public (e.g. wireless tracking devices). more...

Supervisor(s): Salis, Amanda (Associate Professor)

Federating Autonomous Sensor Networks

The work involves the use of a variety of theoretical techniques to study federation in distributed systems. more...

Supervisor(s): Zomaya, Albert Y. (Professor)