Mobile communication signals are subject to propagation effects that result in variation of received signal amplitude and phase. This variation of signal amplitude results in a varying error probability for the mobile communication channel. The project studies different types of error-correcting codes suitable for mobile communication. Most of the work is done as part of a ph.d. study.
|Effective start/end date||01/09/1998 → …|
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