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    Rodriguez-Colina, Enrique Hernandez, Cesar A. Pedraza, Luis Fernando Prieto-Guerrero, Alfonso and Lopez-Guerrero, Miguel 2018. Dynamic OFDM Transmission for a Cognitive Radio Device Based on a Neural Network and Multiresolution Analysis. Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing, Vol. 2018, Issue. , p. 1.

    Pelissier, Michael and Studer, Christoph 2018. Non-Uniform Wavelet Sampling for RF Analog-to-Information Conversion. IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers, Vol. 65, Issue. 2, p. 471.

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    Mannan, Abdul and Habib, Aamir 2017. Adaptive processing of image using DWT and FFT OFDM in AWGN and Rayleigh channel. p. 346.

    Nikookar, Homayoun 2016. Wireless World in 2050 and Beyond: A Window into the Future!. p. 63.

    Chafii, Marwa Harbi, Yahya J. and Burr, Alister G. 2016. Wavelet-OFDM vs. OFDM: Performance comparison. p. 1.

    Huang, Wei Gong, Chen and Xu, Zhengyuan 2015. System and Waveform Design for Wavelet Packet Division Multiplexing-based Visible Light Communications. Journal of Lightwave Technology, p. 1.

    Huang, Wei Gong, Chen and Xu, Zhengyuan 2015. System design for wavelet packet division multiplexing-based visible light communications. p. 5162.

    Nikookar, Homayoun 2015. Signal Design for Context Aware Distributed Radar Sensing Networks Based on Wavelets. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing, Vol. 9, Issue. 2, p. 204.

    Huang, Wei Gong, Chen and Xu, Zhengyuan 2014. Visible light communication based on wavelet packet division multiplexing. p. 1.

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The first book to provide a detailed discussion of the application of wavelets in wireless communications, this is an invaluable source of information for graduate students, researchers, and telecommunications engineers, managers and strategists. It overviews applications, explains how to design new wavelets and compares wavelet technology with existing OFDM technology.• Addresses the applications and challenges of wavelet technology for a range of wireless communication domains• Aids in the understanding of Wavelet Packet Modulation and compares it with OFDM• Includes tutorials on convex optimisation, spectral factorisation and the design of wavelets• Explains design methods for new wavelet technologies for wireless communications, addressing many challenges, such as peak-to-average power ratio reduction, interference mitigation, reduction of sensitivity to time, frequency and phase offsets, and efficient usage of wireless resources• Describes the application of wavelet radio in spectrum sensing of cognitive radio systems.

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