IEEE Signal Processing Society, IEEE Communications Society, and IEEE Windsor Section presents:
“Doppler Estimation for Aeronautical Satellite OFDM System”
Abstract: Air traffic and onboard data access services are expected to have tremendous growth. To meet the challenges, the Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) can be deployed to enable the increased usage of broadband services onboard. The Doppler effect is one of the major issues in implementing OFDM modulation in the aeronautical satellite communication system since the received carrier frequency shifts and Doppler spread result in intercarrier interference (ICI). In this seminar, we will evaluate the Doppler frequency estimation using the parametric method, and Angle of Arrival technique (AoA) to reduce the impact of Doppler effect on system performance. The MUSIC, Eigenvector and Minimum Norm algorithms are used to estimate the subcarriers’ shift of received OFDM symbol. We can find that the both methods can be reducing the effect of ICI in aeronautical satellite environment.
Speaker: Mr. Houssein Boud
About Speaker: Mr. Boud is currently a Ph.D. student at Western University. He has completed his M.Sc. in Communications Engineering and Signal Processing at University of Plymouth, UK. Mr. Boud has also worked as Wireless & Satellite Field Engineer, and for manufactures; such as ND Satcom AG, WiLAN and Skylogic.
Date: Tuesday, October 30th
Time: 2:00 – 3:00 PM EDT/EST
Location: Room 3000, CEI, University of Windsor
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