Object recognition via compressive sensing

  • Ahn J.

When the compressive sensing theory is applied to compressive imaging of natural images, we get fewer non-pixel measurements instead of pixel values. We propose how to make the direct use of compressed measurements without time-consuming image recovery for object recognition. For this, we use an orderly-permuted Hadamard matrix as a ...

On Channel Estimation Performance in Multi-Cell TDD Systems

  • Gacanin H.
  • Ligata A.

In this paper, we analyze the bit error rate (BER) and mean square error (MSE) performance for data uplink of a multi-cell TDD system with imperfect knowledge of channel state information (CSI). We investigate the impact of imperfect CSI, channel tracking methods and pilot contamination on the achievable performance, and ...

Fighting exponential traffic growth - Is mobile network energy efficiency a desperate game?

  • Gruber M.

Based on Bell Labs presidential talk given by Oliver Blume

Traffic Monitoring in Software Defined Networks using Opendaylight controller

  • Hebbar A.
  • Luong D.
  • Outtagarts A.

Software Defined Network (SDN) is an emerging approach in network technology appeared in recent years. In the SDN revolution, OpenFlow is defined as the first communication standard to separates the control plane and data plane this allows the control plane to be centralized by an OpenFlow con-troller. The rise of ...

Compensation of Imperfections Caused by Digital Pulse Width Modulation Using Frequency Dependent Baseband Injection

  • Yu X.

All-digital transmitter is a hot topic since a few years. One of the key elements of all-digital transmitters is the modulator, which modulates the baseband IQ signal onto a carrier frequency in the form of digital binary signals. The combination of delta-sigma modulation and pulse width modulation is a very ...

Future Cable Networks Enabling Future Wireless Networks

  • Glapa M.

Helping MSOs on their path to delivering wireless services by understanding the best strategy required, identifying what kind of network is needed and how they can get there.

100 GSa/s BiCMOS DAC supporting 400 Gb/s dual carrier transmission

  • Buchali F.
  • Hu Q.
  • Idler W.
  • Schuh K.
  • Templ W.

We demonstrate generation of 32Gbaud 16QAM dual-carrier channel from one laser utilizing a novel 100GSa/s BiCMOS digital-to-analog converter. Fiber transmission over 1950 km of SSMF is also demonstrated.

Ultracompact and ultra-wide operational bandwidth optical isolator based on a silicon waveguide and a multi-mode interferometer

  • Chang C.
  • Chen Y.
  • De Valicourt G.
  • Dong P.

We design and fabricate a simple ultracompact and ultra-wide operational bandwidth optical isolator. It is made up of a silicon waveguide (nonlinear attenuator) and a multi-mode interferometer (linear attenuator). We measure and achieve more than 5 dB isolation from 1525 nm to 1575 nm.

mmMAGIC D5.1: Initial multi-node and antenna transmitter and receiver architectures and schemes

  • A. Clemente
  • A. Westlund
  • A. Wolfgang
  • B. Makki
  • Baracca P.
  • C. Fang
  • Ferling D.
  • Halbauer H.
  • J. Luo
  • M. Castañeda
  • M. Hunukumbure
  • M. Iwanow
  • N. Vucic
  • P. Zetterberg
  • R. D'Errico
  • T. Svensson
  • Y. Qi
  • Y. Wang

This deliverable provides the initial concepts and solutions from the technical work of WP5, in the form of multi-antenna and multi-node transceiver schemes in millimeter wave (denoted as 6-100GHz) spectrum. It also briefly presents the use cases on which the WP5 work will be based on and categorizes the solutions ...

Optimal fronthaul capacity allocation and training for joint uplink receiver in C-RAN

  • Boviz D.
  • Sheng Yang

In Cloud Radio Access Networks (C-RAN) one of the main challenges is accurate data transfer on limited capacity fronthaul links between Remote Radio Heads (RRHs) and the central processing unit. Particularly in large-band and multiantenna transmissions, fronthaul capacity can be a limiting factor. In this paper we study the impact ...

Consolidated state of the art surveys (ESRs 3-4)

  • Suryaprakash V.

Deliverable D2.1 for the European project ACT5G containing state of the art analysis carried out by the PhD students involved in the project.

Consolidated state of the art surveys (ESRs 1-2)

  • Suryaprakash V.

Deliverable D1.1 for the European project ACT5G containing state of the art analysis carried out by the PhD students involved in the project.

Flex5GWare - WP3 - 5G Mixed signal technologies D3.1 - Mixed-signal strategies for 5G: requirements and concepts

  • Bohn T.
  • Yu X.

Internal Deliverable for European research project "Flex5GWare" Clearance needed for Alcatel-Lucent contributions to: "Multiband RF signal generation" - chapter 2.1, 2.2.1 and 3.2.1 "Massive Multiple Input Multiple Output architectures" - chapter 2.1, and

Scheduling in Heterogeneous Networks using Genetic Programming

  • Claussen H.
  • David Lynch
  • Kucera S.
  • Michael Fenton
  • Michael O’Neill

Effective scheduling in Heterogenous Networks is key to realising the benefits from enhanced Inter-Cell Interference Coordination. In this paper we address the problem using a Genetic Programming formulation. We demonstrate the ability of an evolved solution to generalise across diverse network contexts. Superior results are achieved relative to a benchmark ...

Using Docker and SDN for telco-grade applications

  • Janssens N.
  • Otel F.

In this talk we will present how at Bell-Labs (Alcatel-Lucent R&D division) we benefit from using Docker in combination with the SDN solution from Nuage Networks for development and deployment of a next-gen chat-based communication platform. This communication platform does intensive data analytics, runs a number of multi-media services and ...

The case for a virtualized residential gateway

  • Hernandez-Valencia E.
  • Jansen A.
  • Ongena L.
  • Weishaeupl T.

Virtualized Residential Gateway deployment is a critical strategy to address downward ARPU pressures in residential service delivery while improving subscriber loyalty and service velocity.

Analysis of Handover Failures in Heterogeneous Networks with Fading

  • Ismail Guvenc
  • Karthik Vasudeva
  • Lopez-Perez D.
  • Meryem Simseky

The handover process is one of the most critical functions in a cellular network, and is in charge of maintaining seamless connectivity of user equipments (UEs) across multiple cells. It is usually based on signal measurements from the neighboring base stations (BSs), and it is adversely affected by the time ...

Spectral-Phase Encoded Optical CDMA Using Coherent Self-Homodyne Detection

  • Chen Y.
  • Eggleston M.
  • Kaneda N.
  • Lee S.
  • Sakib M.
  • Wu M.

A spectral-phase encoded OCDMA system is demonstrated in a back-to-back optic fiber link. Code-division discrimination is successfully achieved using a self-homodyne technique at 500Mb/s channel data rate with a BER of 8.9x10-5 for two simultaneous users. OCIS codes: (060.1660) Coherent communications; (140.4050) Mode-locked lasers; (060.2330) Fiber optics communications.

Discrete-multitone modulation for short distance 100 Gbit/s optical links

  • Pilori D.

The commercially available 100 Gbit/s optical channel employs coherent modulation and demodulation allowing transmission over long distances, up to thousands of kilometers, but for short distances the cost of a coherent receiver can be overkill. In literature there are several techniques, based on advanced different digital modulation schemes, that reduce ...

Enhanced Control Signal and Data Detection for 5G Multicarrier Low-Power Communications

  • Chen Y.
  • Doll M.

As being a complementary technique for Machine Type Communications (MTC) in future 5th Generation (5G) wireless communications, the control mechanism and control signaling should preferably be able to operate at possibly low Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) without interfering the existing cellular network. In this paper, we propose an enhanced mechanism for ...