EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking

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List of Papers (Total 2,849)

Global experimental verification of Docker-based secured mVoIP to protect against eavesdropping and DoS attacks

The cloud-computing paradigm has been driving the cloud-leveraged refactoring of existing information and communications technology services, including voice over IP (VoIP). In this paper, we design a prototype secure mobile VoIP (mVoIP) service with the open-source Asterisk private branch exchange (PBX) software, using Docker lightweight virtualization for mobile devices with the ...

Subspace-based self-interference cancellation for full-duplex MIMO transceivers

This paper addresses the self-interference (SI) cancellation at baseband for full-duplex MIMO communication systems in consideration of practical transmitter imperfections. In particular, we develop a subspace-based algorithm to jointly estimate the SI and intended channels and the nonlinear distortions. By exploiting the covariance and pseudo-covariance of the received signal, we ...

Visible light communication using TDMA optical beamforming

Optical beamforming is a technique to focus light-emitting diode (LED) light on a desired target and has been used to improve the performance of visible light communications (VLC). In this article, we propose and demonstrate a VLC technology based on time-division multiple access (TDMA) optical beamforming to accommodate multiple target devices. It focuses LED light on each ...

A ranging code based on the improved Logistic map for future GNSS signals: code design and performance evaluation

Ranging code is the core component of the signal transmission scheme in any global navigation satellite system (GNSS); its performance directly influences on the technical indexes of positioning accuracy, compatibility, interoperability, anti-interference, security, synchronization realization, and so on. Therefore, research on ranging codes could provide theoretical support for ...

DOA estimation using multiple measurement vector model with sparse solutions in linear array scenarios

A novel algorithm is presented based on sparse multiple measurement vector (MMV) model for direction of arrival (DOA) estimation of far-field narrowband sources. The algorithm exploits singular value decomposition denoising to enhance the reconstruction process. The proposed multiple nature of MMV model enables the simultaneous processing of several data snapshots to obtain greater ...

Experimental evaluation in wireless communications

This editorial sums up relevant topics on the assessment of wireless communication systems covered by the especial issue entitled “Experimental Evaluation in Wireless Communications.” The topics include practical aspects on the implementation of distributed asynchronous non-linear kernel methods over wireless sensor networks; localization methods based on the exploitation of ...

A Doppler aliasing free micro-motion parameter estimation method in the terahertz band

Micro-Doppler, induced by micro-motion of targets, is an important characteristic for target recognition once extracted via parameter estimation. However, micro-Doppler is usually too significant to result in aliasing in the terahertz band. According to this problem, a Doppler aliasing free micro-motion parameter estimation method based on the modulo Generalized Hough transform is ...

Two-dimensional DOA estimation of coherent sources using two parallel uniform linear arrays

A novel two-dimensional (2-D) direction-of-arrival (DOA) estimation approach based on matrix reconstruction is proposed for coherent signals impinging on two parallel uniform linear arrays (ULAs). In the proposed algorithm, the coherency of incident signals is decorrelated through two equivalent covariance matrices, which are constructed by utilizing cross-correlation information ...

Efficient method of two-dimensional DOA estimation for coherent signals

An effective decoherence method called the fourth-order cumulants-based improved Toeplitz matrices reconstruction (FOC-ITMR) is addressed for two-dimensional (2-D) direction-of-arrival (DOA) estimation of coherent signals. To avoid the loss of the array’s physical aperture, the FOC-ITMR method fully utilizes the information of received data from the whole two parallel uniform ...

Hybrid wireless networks with FIB-based Named Data Networking

In Named Data Networking (NDN) architecture, packets carry data names rather than source or destination addresses. To realize this paradigm, each NDN router maintains three data structures CS, PIT, FIB in the forwarding plane. Designing a quick enough forwarding plane with high capacity is a major challenge within the overall NDN research area. In this paper, we present a novel ...

Compressive sensing image fusion in heterogeneous sensor networks based on shearlet and wavelet transform

Heterogeneous image fusion is a technique of fusing images captured by different sensors into one image, then the fused image will present more information than the original images. This paper studies the compressive sensing image fusion algorithm and applies shearlet and wavelet transforms to represent the image sparsely. By compressing the sampled coefficients of the original ...

Joint coding in parallel symmetric interference channels with deterministic model

In parallel interference channels, the sum-rate achieved by joint coding among subchannels can exceed the sum of the achievable rate of each subchannel with individual coding. In this paper, a capacity-achieving joint coding scheme is proposed for parallel symmetric interference channel. First, we provide a motivating example, from which the insights into the joint coding scheme ...

A performance comparison of in-band full duplex and dynamic TDD for 5G indoor wireless networks

In-band full duplex has emerged as a solution for high data rate and low access delay for 5G wireless networks after its feasibility has been demonstrated. However, the impact of the in-band full duplex on the system-level performance of multi-cell wireless networks has not been investigated thoroughly. In this paper, we conduct an extensive simulation study to investigate the ...

An optimized stable clustering algorithm for mobile ad hoc networks

In mobile ad hoc network, each node is capable of sending message (data) dynamically without requirement of any fixed infrastructure. Mobile nodes frequently move in/out from the network dynamically, making network topology unstable in mobile ad hoc network (MANET). As a result, it becomes an extremely challenging task to maintain stable network. In this research article, we have ...

Energy-efficient precoding in multicell networks with full-duplex base stations

This paper considers multi-input multi-output (MIMO) multicell networks, where the base stations (BSs) are full-duplex transceivers, while uplink and downlink users are equipped with multiple antennas and operate in a half-duplex mode. The problem of interest is to design linear precoders for BSs and users to optimize the network’s energy efficiency. Given that the energy ...

Design on a lag-lead emendation network for some missile control system

Aiming at solving the problem that the adaptability of some missiles in highland environment is bad, the stability of some missile control system in highland environment is analyzed by the method of frequency domain. For the problem existed, the lag-lead emendation network for the missile control system is designed and the conclusion analyzed proves that the emendation network ...

Non-linear adaptive image enhancement in wireless sensor networks based on non-subsampled shearlet transform

Acquiring clear images is a crucial precondition in many image-related applications, such as wireless sensor network, industrial inspection, and machine vision. In this paper, a multi-scale image adaptive enhancement algorithm for image sensors in wireless sensor networks based on non-subsampled shearlet transform is presented. The images are decomposed into different scales of ...

Two-way relaying schemes in full duplex cellular system

Recently, full duplex (FD) has been attracting great attention, due to its capability to double the spectral efficiency. In this paper, we focus on a FD wireless communication network, in which a FD base station (BS) and a half duplex (HD) mobile station (MS) exchange their information via a HD relay station (RS) within two phases. An amplify-and-forward (AF) relaying scheme and a ...

A novel HBase data storage in wireless sensor networks

Based on the characteristics of data storage structure of HBase, and under the guidance of the storage optimization strategy, an efficient real-time storage model is designed. The real-time flow of data, which has fast storage in the cluster database, will satisfy the user’s multiple needs of the data storage performance. Extenics primitives are used to integrate heterogeneous ...

Joint source and relay precoding for generally correlated MIMO with full and partial CSIT

In this paper, we jointly design linear source and relay precoders for two-hop MIMO relaying. The involved channels encounter spatially correlated fading, the source data symbols are mutually correlated, and the noises are colored not only at the destination but also at the relay. Two different scenarios of channel state information (CSI) are assumed to be available at the ...

Automatic transfer learning for short text mining

As a new emerging technique, transfer learning enjoys the advantage of integrating the well-learnt knowledge from another related work to facilitate an improved learning result of one task. Most of the existing transfer learning methods are designed for long texts and short texts. However, the latter one distinguishes from the former one in terms of its sparse nature, noise words, ...

Performance analysis and power control for full-duplex relaying with large-scale antenna array at the destination

Full-duplex relaying can increase the spectral efficiency by allowing the relay to transmit and receive at the same time and over the same frequency. To overcome the challenge that the destination treats the source-destination link as interference, we employ large-scale antenna array at the destination. By using the fact that the source-destination channel vector and ...

Enhanced belief propagation decoding of polar codes by adapting the parity-check matrix

Though the performance of belief propagation (BP) decoder for polar codes is comparable with the successive cancellation (SC) decoder, it has significant performance gap when compared with the improved SC decoders, such as SC list (SCL) decoding. In this paper, we propose an improved BP decoding for polar codes with good performance by adapting their parity-check matrices. The ...

Efficient Bayesian compressed sensing-based channel estimation techniques for massive MIMO-OFDM systems

Efficient and highly accurate channel state information (CSI) at the base station (BS) is essential to achieve the potential benefits of massive multiple input multiple output (MIMO) systems. However, the achievable accuracy that is attainable is limited in practice due to the problem of pilot contamination. It has recently been shown that compressed sensing (CS) techniques can ...

Iterative detection for frequency-asynchronous distributed Alamouti-coded (FADAC) OFDM

We propose a near intercarrier interference (ICI)-free and very low complexity iterative detector for frequency-asynchronous distributed Alamouti-coded (FADAC) orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM). In the previous cancelation schemes, the entire subcarrier signals from one transmit (TX) antenna are estimated and canceled in the received signal from the other TX antenna ...