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TOC Alert for Publication# 2220 2018February 19<![CDATA[in brief]]>543110110161<![CDATA[interview]]>54311011080<![CDATA[resolving switching mechanisms in chalcogenide-based memristors]]>543111111338<![CDATA[16-Element circular polarised antenna array based on sequential arrangement of non-identical disc patches]]>0^{2}.]]>543113114407<![CDATA[Flat-gain dual-patch antenna with multi-radiation nulls and low cross-polarisation]]>543114116925<![CDATA[Low profile SIW slot antenna with wide beam-width radiation pattern]]>E-plane, and 140° in the H-plane. This proposed antenna has a low profile of 0.03λ_{0} (λ_{0} denotes to the space wavelength corresponding to the operating frequency centre) and a compact size of 0.31λ_{0} × 0.31λ_{0}, which is very suitable for modern communication systems. The maximum gain is about 6 dBi, and the radiation efficiency is about 90% at the working frequency band. The cross polarisation is very small.]]>543116118918<![CDATA[Integrated printing stereo antenna with dual materials 3D printing technology]]>543118120367<![CDATA[Localised surface plasmons of a corrugated metal–insulator–metal ring resonator for enhanced multiband antenna]]>543120122586<![CDATA[Miniaturised CP aperture antenna with tri-mode operation for broadening bandwidth]]>31) for CP radiation. With three resonant modes working simultaneously a wider CP bandwidth is obtained. Besides, with some modifications to the ground plane, the antenna is miniaturised while keeping its wideband CP performance. The measured CP working bandwidth is 76.6% (2.9-6.5 GHz) with the antenna size of 43 mm × 43 mm, which means a 71% CP bandwidth increment and a 47% size reduction compared with the original CP aperture antenna.]]>543122124652<![CDATA[Wide digitally tunable lowpass filter for biomedical and wireless applications]]>543124126347<![CDATA[Dual-purpose probe applicable to permittivity measurements and ablation of biological materials]]>543126128302<![CDATA[160 MS/s 20 MHz bandwidth third-order noise shaping SAR ADC]]>543128130399<![CDATA[Ultra-low-LO-power X-band down-conversion ring mixer using weak-inversion biasing technique]]>1 dB) is -14 dBm.]]>543130132485<![CDATA[Design of 0.35–1.5 GHz 16-input and 8-output switch matrix with 5 × 5 chessboard structure]]>543132134374<![CDATA[Arousal-valence recognition using CNN with STFT feature-combined image]]>543134136181<![CDATA[MOSnet: moving object segmentation with convolutional networks]]>F-measure scores.]]>543136138292<![CDATA[Robust kernelised correlation filter tracking with least absolute deviations regression]]>543138140198<![CDATA[Expectation maximisation-based approach to recovering multiple sparse signals with common sparsity pattern]]>543140142101<![CDATA[Early termination refresh to reduce refresh overhead]]>543142144174<![CDATA[SLM-based ACO-OFDM VLC system with low-complexity minimum amplitude difference decoder]]>543144146270<![CDATA[Uniform constant composition codes derived from repeated-root cyclic codes]]>p-ary constant composition codes with block length mp where each p-ary symbol appears exactly m times in each codeword, being m a positive integer and p a prime. UCC codes are derived from a new class of p-ary repeated-root cyclic codes and two constructions are presented. Both constructions are at least asymptotically optimal with increasing p when compared with known best bounds for constant composition codes.]]>54314614870<![CDATA[Fast and precise solving of non-linear optimisation problem for field calibration of triaxial accelerometer]]>543148150213<![CDATA[Technique for wireless reading of passive microfluidic sensors]]>543150151209<![CDATA[Ferrofluidic actuation of liquid metal for radio-frequency applications]]>543151153322<![CDATA[Full-wave equivalent circuit for the analysis of multilayered microwave structures with anisotropic layers]]>543153155270<![CDATA[PAM-4 VCSEL driver with selective falling-edge pre-emphasis]]>-4. The potential of PAM-4 VCSEL transmitters can be significantly enhanced by including selective pre-emphasis to the equalisation topology while requiring minimal overhead.]]>543155157364<![CDATA[Winding orientation method to minimise the secondary leakage of a gapped transformer utilised in LLC resonant converter]]>543157159183<![CDATA[New polarimetric coherence parameter for built-up areas in PolSAR imagery]]>543159161762<![CDATA[Classification of hybrid-pol data using novel cross-polarisation estimation approach]]>2) estimation approach is proposed, which can be used to calculate the real part of co-polarisation cross-product [R(S_{HH}S_{VV}*)] value. The term R(S_{HH}S_{VV}*) is well known and widely used in full-polarimetric (full-pol) decomposition techniques. Its role in the hybrid-pol analysis is investigated. Using R(S_{HH}S_{VV}*), a maximum-likelihood-based classifier is proposed. For performance evaluation, the classification results obtained using the proposed algorithm is compared with that of conventional m - d and modified m - x techniques. Pixel-wise comparisons of these three techniques are carried out over two different datasets, by considering full-pol as the standard basis.]]>543161163494<![CDATA[Implementation of CS coefficient calculation based on dual-operator engines in multimode spaceborne SAR imaging systems]]>543163165259<![CDATA[Wide-band interference mitigation algorithm for SAR based on time-varying filtering and sparse recovery]]>543165167224<![CDATA[4H-SiC trench MOSFET with integrated fast recovery MPS diode]]>543167169431<![CDATA[Memristive switching behaviour in In<sub>2</sub>Te<sub>5</sub> asymmetrical hetero-structures]]>2Te_{5}/W asymmetrical hetero-structures, the memristive samples were prepared by the magnetron sputtering method. The current-voltage (I-V) measurements show the bipolar resistive switching characteristics at the room temperature. The underlying mechanism can be well interpreted by the space-charge-limited conduction effect with redistribution and migration of charged defects responsible for the switching effect. The memristive possesses the properties of reversible switching, reproducible resistance, non-destructive readout, good cycling performance and non-volatile. It seems to be a promising candidate in the prospective non-volatile memory and neuromorphic circuit applications.]]>543169171303<![CDATA[Simple scheme for compressing sparse representation of melodic music]]>543171173139<![CDATA[Hidden variability subspace learning for adaptation of deep neural networks]]>543173175204<![CDATA[Compact CMOS LiT VCO achieving 198.6 dBc/Hz FoM<sub>A</sub>]]>543175177532<![CDATA[Energy efficient power allocation for D2D communications in fading channels]]>543177179117<![CDATA[Single-sensor based indoor localisation by exploiting multipath propagation]]>543179181291