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TOC Alert for Publication# 4105970 2018May 24<![CDATA[Uplink pattern division multiple access in 5G systems]]>129102910342119<![CDATA[Large random matrix-based channel estimation for massive MIMO-OFDM uplink]]>129103510411477<![CDATA[Protocol with self-adaptive GB for BANs]]>129104210471626<![CDATA[Markov decision-based optimisation on bundle size for satellite disruption/delay-tolerant network links]]>129104810542322<![CDATA[Three analytical approaches to combine ACB scheme and timing advance information for stationary MTC devices]]>129105510634280<![CDATA[Robust resource allocation for heterogeneous wireless network: a worst-case optimisation]]>129106410712747<![CDATA[Statistics on the ratio of two products of arbitrary number of Nakagami-<italic>m</italic> variables and its application in wireless communications]]>m random variables. Then, the resulting mathematical framework is applied to analyse and gain insights into the bit error rate performance of the dual-hop channel state information-assisted amplify-and-forward relaying system in the presence of co-channel interference. All analytical results are corroborated by Monte–Carlo simulation results and they are shown to be efficient tools to evaluate system performance.]]>129107210781298<![CDATA[Artificial fish swarm based power allocation algorithm for MIMO-OFDM relay underwater acoustic communication]]>129107910852414<![CDATA[Performance analysis of orthogonal space-time block codes over Nakagami-<bold><italic>q</italic></bold> MIMO RFID backscattering channels]]>q (Hoyt) multiple-input multiple-output radio frequency identification backscattering channels. New exact and asymptotic symbol error rate expressions are derived for the case of two and four receiving antennas $left({N = 2comma ; ; 4} right)$N=2,4. The exact expressions are in the form of a sum of infinite series while the asymptotic ones are in the closed form. The diversity order that the system can achieve is found to be L, where L is the number of tag antennas, and the performance of this system is found to be more sensitive to the channel condition (the q parameter) of the forward link than that of the backscattering link. The theoretical results (exact and asymptotic) are verified through comparison with simulation results.]]>129108610932181<![CDATA[Knowledge-aided informed dynamic scheduling for LDPC decoding of short blocks]]>129109411015393<![CDATA[Combining techniques of weak signals in the bistable parallel array system]]>129110211071606<![CDATA[Strategic behaviour for spectrum access in hybrid overlay/underlay cognitive radio networks]]>129110811153086<![CDATA[Phase-orthogonality CDSK: a reliable and effective chaotic communication scheme]]>129111611222505<![CDATA[Nearly perfect Gaussian integer sequences with arbitrary degree]]>p-ary pseudorandom sequences, this study proposes a construction of degree-k Gaussian integer sequences of period $N=k(p^m-1)/(p-1)$N=k(pm−1)/(p−1) by utilising kth power residue symbol satisfying $k|(p-1)$k|(p−1), where p is an odd prime and positive integers $m,k geq 2$m,k≥2. The periodic autocorrelation values are 0 at shifts $tau not equiv 0 ,(mathrm {mod};(N/k))$τ≢0(mod(N/k)) of the resultant sequences. Specially, there is exactly one non-zero out-of-phase periodic autocorrelation value of the resultant sequences for $k=2$k=2. The non-zero elements of the sequences are balanced and can be predefined flexibly. Moreover, the maximum energy efficiency of the proposed sequences is close to $(p-1)/p$(p−1)/p for sufficiently large m.]]>129112311271065<![CDATA[New SRRC receiver filter design with reduced number of filter taps for wireless communication systems]]>129112811332937<![CDATA[Reception and detection of a wide-band OFDM signal in a Doppler spreading channel]]>129113411403341<![CDATA[Individual channel estimation for amplify-and-forward relay networks using in-band superimposed training]]>129114111472335<![CDATA[Analysis and power evaluation of window-stopped parallel turbo decoding for LTE rate matching]]>129114811544570