DIMACS Workshop on Signal Processing for Wireless Transmission
October 7-9, 2002
CoRE Building Auditorium, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ.
Presented under the auspices of the
on Computational Information Theory and Coding.
- Sergio Verdu, Princeton University, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jerry Foschini, Bell Labs, email@example.com
In contrast to the voiceband telephone channel, the wireless channel
suffers from interference from other users and from fading due to
destructive addition due to multipath propagation. The aim of this
workshop is to explore the ultimate limits that information theory puts on
spectral efficiency, as well as the best means of striving toward that
efficiency. Multiuser detection and ``Dirty Paper Coding" are among the
key signal processing countermeasures that promise substantial
improvements over existing systems. This workshop will investigate such
approaches from both a link and network level perspective. The
enhancements from multiple antennas will also be explored, including means
of space-time coding.
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