Recent Graduate Theses:
Jocelyn Chow, "Performance Analysis of a QAM Multitone-on-FM System at
and above the FM Threshold in a Non-Frequency-Selective Slowly Fading
Environment," Ph.D. Thesis, October 1999; subsequently employed by
NORTEL TECHNOLOGIES, Base Station Performance Group, Ottawa,
Marius Pop, "Statistical Analysis of Sum-of-Sinusoids Fading Channel
Simulators," M.Sc. Eng. Thesis, February 1999; subsequently employed
by SPAR AEROSPACE LTD, Brampton, ON.
Timothy W.C. Lee, "Simpson's Rule and Aliasing," M.Sc. Project, December
1997; subsequently employed by UNI-TECH TECHNOLOGIES LTD., Hong Kong.
Christopher C.-H. Tan, "On Markov Modeling of Fading Channels," M.Sc. Eng.
Thesis, December 1997; subsequently employed by QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY Digital
David J. Young, "The Generation of Correlated Rayleigh Random Variates
by Discrete Fourier Transform and Quality Measures for Random Variate Generation,"
M.Sc.Eng. Thesis, September 1997; subsequently enrolled in the Ph.D. program
at QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY.
David R. Pauluzzi, "Signal-To-Noise Ratio and Signal-To-Impairment Ratio
Estimation of AWGN and Wireless Channels," M.Sc.Eng. Thesis, August 1997;
subsequently employed by DATUM TELEGRAPHIC, Vancouver.
Puneet Chauhan, "The Evaluation of Error Probabilities for Intersymbol
Interference and Correlated Symbols," M.Sc. Eng. Thesis, July 1997; subsequently
enrolled in the Ph.D. program in India.
David W. Paranchych, "Markov Modelling of Digital Symbol Synchronizers
in Noise and Interference," Ph.D. Thesis, June 1997; subsequently employed
by NORTEL, CDMA Systems Performance Group, Richardson, Texas.
Elisabeth A. Neasmith, "Selection Diversity with Binary Signalling Schemes,"
M.Sc. Eng. Thesis, July 1996; subsequently employed by DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL
DEFENCE, Directorate of Frequency Spectrum Management.
Alemayehu Seyoum, "Semi-Analytical Evaluation of Block Error Rates for
Wireless Digital Transmission Over Fading Channels with Diversity," M.Sc.
Eng. Thesis, July 1996; subsequently employed by NORTEL Fixed Wireless
Access Technology Group, Ottawa.
Philip R. Boll, "An Investigation of Modulation and Coding Techniques for
Wireless Communications," M.Sc. Eng. Thesis, July 1996; subsequently employed
by QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY Digital Communications Group.
John E. Smee, "Error Rate Evaluation of Linear and Decision Feedback Equalization,"
M.Sc. Eng. Thesis, August 1995; subsequently enrolled in the Ph.D. program
at PRINCETON UNIVERSITY.
Bohdan R. Tomiuk, "Effects of Weighting Errors in Maximal Ratio Combiners
on the Bit Error Rates of Digital Diversity Systems," M.Sc. Thesis, August
1995; subsequently enrolled in the Ph.D. program at QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY.
Waltz H.M. Ng, "Soft Chip Combining Receivers for the Interception of Fast
Frequency Hopped Spread Spectrum Signals," M.Sc. Eng. Thesis, April 1995;
subsequently employed by NORTHERN TELECOM, Ottawa.
Wendy W. Choy, "New Results on Decision Feedback Equalization Recovery
Times and Error Rates," M.Sc. Eng. Thesis, April 1994; subsequently employed
by BELL-NORTHERN RESEARCH, Ottawa.
R. Allan Brett, "The Performance of Nonorthogonal Noncoherent Frequency
Hopped M-ary FSK in Additive White Gaussian Noise, Fading and Jamming,"
M.Sc.Eng. Thesis, June 1993; subsequently employed by PRIOR DATA SCIENCES,
Last Update: November 30, 1999.