M. Sc. George Yammine

Research

Research Interests

  • OFDM Transmission Systems
  • MIMO and Multiuser Communications
  • Noncoherent Detection Techniques
  • Channel Coding and Coded Modulation
  • Iterative Methods

Publications

Conferences

  • G. Yammine and R. Fischer
    Performance/Complexity Comparison of SVD vs. SURV for Subspace Estimation in Noncoherent Massive MIMO
    Proceedings of 14th International Symposium on Wireless Communication Systems (ISWCS 2017), Bologna, Italy, August 2017

  • G. Yammine and R. Fischer
    Soft-Decision Decoding in Noncoherent Massive MIMO Systems
    Proceedings of International ITG/IEEE Workshop on Smart Antennas (WSA), Munich, Germany, March 2016

  • G. Yammine, R. Fischer and C. Waldschmidt
    On the Influence of the Antenna Pattern in Noncoherent Massive MIMO Systems
    Proceedings of 12th International Symposium on Wireless Communication Systems (ISWCS 2015), Brussels, Belgium, August 2015

  • C. Stierstorfer, R. Fischer and G. Yammine
    Iterative Decision-Feedback in Non-coherent Multi-User Massive MIMO Systems

    Proceedings of International ITG/IEEE Workshop on Smart Antennas (WSA), Ilmenau, Germany, March 2015 PDF Bibtex

  • E. Peiker, G. Yammine, W.G. Teich and J. Lindner
    Increasing the Bandwidth Efficiency of OFDM-N/MFSK
    Proceedings of 18th International OFDM Workshop (InOWo’14), Essen, Germany, August 2014 PDF Bibtex

  • G. Yammine, E. Peiker, W.G. Teich and J. Lindner
    Improved Performance of Coded OFDM-MFSK Using Combined Alphabets and Extended Mapping

    Proceedings of 8th International Symposium on Turbo Codes & Iterative Information Processing (ISTC), Bremen, Germany, August 2014 PDF Bibtex

Master Thesis

  • A Comparision of Noncoherent Receivers Based on Different Modulation Schemes, Institute of Communications Engineering, Ulm University, May 2014

Awards

  • ARGUS Science Award 2014, Airbus Defence and Space, October 2014

Teaching

Teaching Assistance

Digital Communications

Signal Theory

Communications Engineering Seminar

Thesis Topics

Open Topics

Bachelor/Master Theses

Open these topics can be found here.

Completed

Bachelor Thesis

  • Channel Estimation and Equalization in Coherent Massive MIMO
  • A Design Toolkit for Prototyping Analog-to-Digital Converters for Use in Simulink

Master Thesis

  • Power-Space Profile Estimation in Noncoherent Massive MIMO

Libraries

Armadillo

Armadillo C++ linear algebra library is an open source library that combines speed and ease of use, by employing a syntax that is very similar to Matlab.

More information can be found on the project website.

Research Assistant