• Adapting MIMO networks to manage interference 

      Zhang, Jun (2009-12)
      Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) communication uses multiple transmit and receive antennas to improve the throughput in wireless channels. In cellular networks, self-interference greatly degrades MIMO's potential gain, ...
    • Fair and high performance shared memory resource management 

      Ebrahimi, Eiman (2011-12)
      Chip multiprocessors (CMPs) commonly share a large portion of memory system resources among different cores. Since memory requests from different threads executing on different cores significantly interfere with one ...
    • Graphical models and message passing receivers for interference limited communication systems 

      Nassar, Marcel (2013-08)
      In many modern wireless and wireline communication networks, the interference power from other communication and non-communication devices is increasingly dominating the background noise power, leading to interference ...
    • Interference alignment from theory to practice 

      El Ayach, Omar (2013-05)
      Wireless systems in which multiple users simultaneously access the propagation medium suffer from co-channel interference. Untreated interference limits the total amount of data that can be communicated reliably across the ...
    • Interference alignment in real world environments 

      El Ayach, Omar (2010-05)
      Interference alignment (IA) has been shown to provide all users of an interference channel with half the capacity achievable in an interference free point-to-point link resulting in linear sum capacity scaling with the ...
    • Load balancing in heterogeneous cellular networks 

      Singh, Sarabjot, active 21st century (2014-12)
      Pushing wireless data traffic onto small cells is important for alleviating congestion in the over-loaded macrocellular network. However, the ultimate potential of such load balancing and its effect on overall system ...
    • Low-overhead cooperation to mitigate interference in wireless networks 

      Peters, Steven Wayne (2013-05)
      Wireless cellular networks, which serve a large area by geographically partitioning users, suffer from interference from adjacent cells transmitting in the same frequency band. This interference can theoretically be ...
    • Modeling and mitigation of interference in wireless receivers with multiple antennae 

      Chopra, Aditya (2011-12)
      Recent wireless communication research faces the challenge of meeting a predicted 1000x increase in demand for wireless Internet data over the next decade. Among the key reasons for such explosive increase in demand include ...
    • Radio frequency interference modeling and mitigation in wireless receivers 

      Gulati, Kapil (2011-08)
      In wireless communication systems, receivers have generally been designed under the assumption that the additive noise in system is Gaussian. Wireless receivers, however, are affected by radio frequency interference (RFI) ...