Other software that way be useful for implementing Gaussian process models:
Advanced Single-Carrier and Multi-Carrier OFDM transceivers (Transmission protocols, Frequency Diversity, Optimal selection of OFDM parameters, OFDM-based multiple access schemes). Advanced Multiple-Antenna Techniques (Diversity-Multiplexing Tradeoff, Hybrid MIMO systems, MIMO-OFDM). Relaying and Cooperative Communications (Types of relaying, architectures, performance). Spectrum Management (Cognitive Networks, Sensing and Allocation Algorithms, Carrier Aggregation). LTE-Advanced (Evolution from 3G to 4G and beyond, Targets and IMT-Advanced Requirements, LTE Radio Access, Supported Transmission Modes). Towards 5G (HetNets, Small-cells). Wi-Fi ( family of standards, Super G Technology). Wired Standards (ADSL-VDSL). Satellite communication standards (DVB-S2, DVB-S2X extension, Hybrid terrestrial/satellite networks and applications).
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