Technical Program

214: Performance and Novel Applications of Multiple Antenna Systems

Session Type: Oral
Time: Tuesday, July 9, 08:00 - 12:10
Location: Camelia/Dogwood
Session Chairs: Marco Donald Migliore, University of Cassino and Michael Jensen, Brigham Young University
 
214.1: BASIC PERFORMANCE OF VERY LARGE MIMO IN SMALL CELL SYSTEMS
         Ryochi Kataoka; Niigata University, Japan
         Kentaro Nishimori; Niigata University, Japan
         Hideo Makino; Niigata University, Japan
 
214.2: REGRESSION BASED CHANNEL CAPACITY FOR THE EVALUATION OF COMPACT MIMO ANTENNAS
         Koichi Ogawa; Toyama University, Japan
         Takeshi Kitamura; Toyama University, Japan
         Kazuhiro Honda; Toyama University, Japan
 
214.3: EVALUATION OF CAPACITY EQUATION ONLY BASED ON S-PARAMETER FOR REALISTIC MIMO ANTENNA
         Naoki Honma; Iwate University, Japan
         Yoshitaka Tsunekawa; Iwate University, Japan
         Koichi Ogawa; Toyama University, Japan
 
214.4: CONSIDERATIONS ON A MULTI-USER MIMO SYSTEM USING CHANNEL PREDICTION BASED ON AN AR MODEL
         Kanako Yamaguchi; Hokkaido University, Japan
         Huu Phu Bui; Vietnam National University, Viet Nam
         Yasutaka Ogawa; Hokkaido University, Japan
         Toshihiko Nishimura; Hokkaido University, Japan
         Takeo Ohgane; Hokkaido University, Japan
 
214.5: ADAPTIVE MIMO-UWB MODULATION SCHEME IN AN UNDERGROUND MINE ENVIRONMENT
         Azzeddine Salim; University of Quebec, Canada
         Nahi Kandil; University of Quebec, Canada
         Mourad Nedil; University of Quebec, Canada
         Ismail Ben Mabrouk; University of Quebec, Canada
         Larbi Talbi; Université du Québec en Outaouais, Canada
 
214.6: A SIMPLE PROCEDURE FOR EFFECTIVE SECRET KEY SHARING FROM WIRELESS CHANNEL ESTIMATION
         Daniele Pinchera; University of Cassino and Southern Lazio, Italy
         Marco Donald Migliore; University of Cassino and Southern Lazio, Italy
 
214.7: MULTI-ANTENNA CHANNEL ESTIMATION FOR KEY ESTABLISHMENT IN RICIAN PROPAGATION
         Britton Quist; Brigham Young University, United States
         Michael Jensen; Brigham Young University, United States
 
214.8: CHANNEL ESTIMATION FOR SECRET KEY ESTABLISHMENT IN MIMO SYSTEMS
         Britton Quist; Brigham Young University, United States
         Michael Jensen; Brigham Young University, United States
 
214.9: ON USING ANTENNA DIVERSITY IN UNDERGROUND CHANNELS
         Khalida Ghanem; Centre for Development of Advanced Technologies (CDTA), Algeria
         Imdad Khan; Centre for Development of Advanced Technologies (CDTA), Algeria
         Mourad Nedil; University of Quebec in Abitibi-Temiscamingue, Canada
         Azzeddine Salim; University of Quebec in Abitibi-Temiscamingue, Canada
         Nahi Kandil; University of Quebec in Abitibi-Temiscamingue, Canada
         Tayeb A. Denidni; INRS (University of Quebec), Canada
 
214.10: EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF 2.4 GHZ MIMO CHANNEL CAPACITY USING 4X4 BUTLER MATRIX IN UNDERGROUND MINE GALLERY
         Bilel Mnasri; University of Quebec, Canada
         Mourad Nedil; University of Quebec, Canada
         Mohamad Ghaddar; University of Quebec, Canada
         Nahi Kandil; University of Quebec, Canada
         Larbi Talbi; Université du Québec en Outaouais, Canada
 
214.11: CAPACITY AND DIVERSITY GAIN FOR MIMO DISTRIBUTED SYSTEM
         Santiago Gonzalez-Aurioles; Universidad de Extremadura, Spain
         Juan Valenzuela; Universidad de Extremadura, Spain
         Pablo Padilla; Universidad de Granada CITIC, Spain