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Wireless identification and sensing using surface acoustic wave devices
(University of Canterbury. Electrical Engineering, 2003)
Wireless Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) devices were fabricated and tested using planar Lithium Niobate (LiNbO₃) as substrate. The working frequencies were in the 180 MHz and 360 MHz range. Using a network analyser, the devices ...
A Phase-Time Modulation Scheme for Peak-to-Average Power Mitigation in Multi-Carrier Wireless Transmission
(University of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2006)
An explosive growth in demand for broadband mobile wireless services is currently being fuelled by cellular telephone users who, encouraged by service providers, are no longer content with voice transmission only but are ...
On Synchronisation Issues in Wireless Mobile Digital Communications
(University of Canterbury. School of Engineering, 2002)
Symbol timing recovery is an important function of any digital receiver. In the wireless mobile data field the task of establishing accurate symbol timing at the receiver is complicated by the time varying channel. This ...