Ernst Bartsch (alumni)
User ID:ekb24
Position:PhD Approved
Homepage: /~ekb24
Overview and Interests
My research interest is space-time processing for broadband wireless access (BWA) systems. The introduction of antenna arrays at the base station and/or at the subscriber unit will enhance system performance, through-put and capacity. However, complexity is a major limiting factor in BWA systems and hence space-time algorithms with a good performance and complexity trade-off are sought. In summary my research investigates the introduction of space-time processing for BWA systems.

1. Ernst Karl Bartsch, "Equalization and Space-Time Processing for Fixed Broadband Wireless Access Systems," PhD thesis, Oct 2002

2. Ernst K. Bartsch, Ian J. Wassell, "An Adaptive Space-time DFE Combined with Successive Interference Cancellation," IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC), Mar 2002

3. Ernst K. Bartsch, Ian J. Wassell, "Multiuser cross-correlation channel estimation for SDMA/TDMA systems," 35th Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers, Nov 2001

4. Ernst K. Bartsch, Ian J. Wassell, Malcolm P. Sellars, "Equalization Requirement Study For Broadband MMDS Wireless Access Systems," International Symposium on Communications 2001 (ISCOM01), Nov 2001