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102 Special Session: Cooperative Communications and Cognitive Relaying

103 Special Session: Inverse Technologies for Antenna Synthesis

104 DOA Estimation and Multi-Antenna Radar

105 Channel Modeling

Chair: T. Renk Room: Honolulu Suite I

Chair: C. Pichot Room: Honolulu Suite II

Chair: M. Salazar-Polma J. Deng Room: Honolulu Suite III

Chair: R. J. C. Bultitude Room: TAPA Ballroom II

102.1 Coverage Area Extension Through a Cooperative MAC Protocol V. H. Rabarijaona, S. Shimamoto, Waseda University, Japan

103.1 A Super-Resolution Source Reconstruction Method Using Free Space Green’s Function T. K. Sarkar, SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, United States

104.1 Iterative Focusing Algorithm to Estimate Moving Target Y. Okamoto, Graduate School of Science and Technology, Keio University, Japan

105.1 Double Directional Radio Propagation Measurements and Radio Channel Modelling Pertinent to Mobile MIMO Communications in Microcells R. J. C. Bultitude1, G. S. Dahman , R. H. M. Hafez , H. Zhu1 Communications Research Centre, Canada; 2Carleton University, Canada


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102.2 On Performance Trade-Offs in Cognitive Networks E. K. Stathakis, N. Schrammar, L. K. Rasmussen, M. Skoglund, KTH, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

103.2 Antenna Shape Synthesis of Various Planar Configurations Using a Hybrid Conjugate Gradient Method M. Zoppi, University of Nice- Sophia Antipolis-CNRS- Orange Labs, France; C. Dedeban, Orange Labs La Turbie, France; C. Pichot, University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis- CNRS, France

104.2 High Precision DOA Estimation of SSR Transponder Signals C. Reck1, U. Berold2, L.- P. Schmidt 1University Erlangen/Nuremberg, Germany; 2iAd GmbH, German


105.2 MIMO Channel Spatial Covariance Estimation: Analysis Using a Closed-Form Model Y. Yang, M. A. Jensen, Brigham Young University, United States

102.3 Combination of Centralized & Decentralized Database and Terminal-Based Spectrum Sensing for Secondary Spectrum Access M. Mueck, Infineon Technologies, Germany; M. Di Renzo, L2S, UMR 8506 CNRS – SUPELEC – Univ Paris–Sud, France M. Debbah, Supelec, France T. Renk, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Germany

103.3 Multiband Antenna Synthesis Using Characteristic Mode Indicators as an Objective Function for Optimization J. L. Ethier, D. A. McNamara, University of Ottawa, Canada

104.3 Virtual Array Composition for Iterative AOA Localization Sharing Snapshots of Coherent Subarrays S. Kawakami, T. Ohtsuki, Keio University, Japan

105.3 A New Structured HMM Model Applied to Burst Errors in Viterbi Decoding M. V. S. Fernandes, E. L. Pinto, Instituto Militar de Engenharia, Brazil; M. A. Grivet, Pontificia Universidade Catolica, Brazil

102.4 A Cross Layer Design for Optical Relay System Employing RF Subcarrier Beamforing J. Liu, W. Noonpakdee, H. Takano, S. Shimamoto, Waseda University, Japan

103.4 Genetic Reconfigurability of a Multi- Size Pixelled Antenna D. Rodrigo1, L. Jofre1, M. Unlu2, Y. Damgaci2, B. A. Cetiner2, J. Romeu1 Technical University of Catalonia (UPC), Spain; 2Utah State University, USA


104.4 MIMO Radars or Is It Smart Antennas? T. K. Sarkar, SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, United States; M. Salazar, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain

105.4 The η-µ/gamma Composite Fading Model P. C. Sofotasios, S. Freear, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

102.5 Uplink Ad Hoc Cooperation by Distributed Equalization under a Constrained Backhaul M. Grieger, P. Marsch, G. Fettweis, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

103.5 Application of Pareto Ranked Genetic Algorithm to a Wearable Ball Spiral Antenna R. M. Edwards, J. A. Brister, M. I. Khattak, Loughborough University, United Kingdom

105.5 The κ-µ/gamma Composite Fading Model P. C. Sofotasios, S. Freear, University of Leeds, United Kingdom



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