Table of Contents

Session 1: Baseband Signal Processing

Resource Allocation in Software-Radio Environment
G. Hamar, Z. Kotormán, G. Rábai, S. Imre
(Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary)
Multi-Standard Algorithms for Frequency Synchronization and Channel Estimation in IEEE 802.11a and UMTS/FDD
B. Steinke (Nokia Research Center, Bochum, Germany),
M. Tavares (Universität Karlsruhe, Germany),
J. Brakensiek (Nokia Research Center, Bochum, Germany)
PAPR Analysis of a Multiplex of Modulated Carriers in a Software Radio Context
J. Palicot, S. Zabre (Supélec, campus de Rennes, Cesson-Sévigné, France)
Implementation of a Cordic Based FFT on a Reconfigurable Hardware Accelerator
B. Heyne, J. Götze (Universität Dortmund, Germany),
M. Bücker (Nokia Research Center, Bochum, Germany)
A Comparison of Scheduling Approaches in Modular Software Defined Radio
A.-R. Rhiemeier (Universität Karlsruhe (TH), Germany)

Session 2: Network Reconfigurability

Network Functions Supporting Reconfiguration in B3G Environments
M. Dillinger (Siemens, Munich, Germany),
N. Alonistioti (University of Athens, Greece),
N. Olaziregi (King's College London, UK),
T. Wiebke (Panasonic European Laboratories, Langen, Germany)
Provisioning of Reconfiguration Services Between Different Access Networks
S. Gultchev, K. Moessner, R. Tafazolli (University of Surrey, UK)
Reconfiguration Techniques to Enhance Network Efficiency
K. Moessner, P. Leaves (University of Surrey,Guildford, UK),
D. Grandblaise (Motorola European Communications Research Lab, Paris, France),
F. Capar (Universität Karlsruhe, Germany),
E. Mohyeldin (Siemens, Munich, Germany),
P. Demestichas (University of Piraeus, Greece),
J. Luo (Siemens, Munich, Germany),
R. Tafazolli (University of Surrey, Guildford, UK)
Management and Controlling Architecture in E2E Reconfigurable Terminals
J. Brakensiek, D. Lenz (Nokia Research Center, Bochum, Germany),
T. Wiebke (Panasonic European Laboratories, Langen, Germany),
S. Gultchev, R. Tafazolli (University of Surrey, UK),
A. Bisiaux, C.Moy, A. Kountouris (Mitsubishi Electric, Rennes, France),
M. Halimic (Panasonic Mobile Communications Development Lab, UK),
C. Dolwin (Toshiba Research Europe, Bristol, UK)

Session 3: Applications

Reconfigurable UMTS/WLAN RF Receiver
R. Circa, D. Pienkowski, G. Böck (Technische Universität Berlin, Germany),
R. Wittmann (Nokia Research Center, Bochum, Germany)
A Software Defined Multistandard Tuner Platform for Automotive Applications
T. Müller (DaimlerChrysler Research, Ulm, Germany),
M. Sliskovic (Harman/Becker Automotive Systems, Karlsbad, Germany),
J.-F. Luy (DaimlerChrysler Research, Ulm, Germany),
H. Schöpp (Harman/Becker Automotive Systems, Karlsbad, Germany)
Realisation of Software Defined Radios for Military Applications
R. Leschhorn (Rohde&Schwarz, Munich, Germany)

Session 4: Implementation Aspects

Implementation Alternatives for a Flexible Wireless LAN Transceiver
R. Schiphorst, F. W. Hoeksema, C. H. Slump (University of Twente, The Netherlands)
Viterbi Algorithm Processing on an ASIP Hardware Accelerator
H. Lange (Universität Dortmund, Germany),
B. Oelkrug (Nokia Research Center, Bochum, Germany),
H. Schröder (Universität Dortmund, Germany)
A Generalised Parametric Error Model of Ultra-Wideband Analogue-to-Digital Conversion
H. Kopmann (Ruhr Universität Bochum, Germany)

Session 5: MIMO Systems

Optimized Hardware Architecture for Real-Time Equalization in Single and Multicarrier MIMO Systems
D. Borkowski, L. Brühl (RWTH Aachen, Germany)
MIMO/Smart Antenna Development Platform
F. Kaltenberger, G. Humer, G. Pfeiffer (ARC Seibersdorf research, Vienna, Austria)
Software Pre-Equalization for a Multi-Antenna Transmitter
E. Coersmeier, E. Zielinski, K.-P. Wachsmann (Nokia Research Center, Bochum, Germany)

Session 6: Reconfigurable Hardware Platforms

Resource Management in Software Radios
M. Erdei, S. Imre, G. Rábai, K. Sója (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary)
Using FPGA Co-Processors in Software Defined Radio System Architectures
P. Ekas (Altera Corporation, San Jose, USA)
Reconfigurable Hardware Co-Processors for DRM, DAB and Other Broadcast Systems
M. Henkel, W. Schroer (Fachhochschule Ulm, Germany),
W. Brugger (Atmel, Ulm, Germany)
Software Radio and Dynamic Reconfiguration on a DSP/FPGA Platform
J. P. Delahaye (Supélec, campus de Rennes, Cesson-Sévigné, France),
G. Gogniat, C. Roland, P. Bomel (Université de Bretagne Sud, Lorient, France)

Session 7: Hardware

Application of Dynamic Voltage Scaling to a Reconfigurable Wireless Terminal
C. Dolwin (Toshiba Research Europe, Bristol, UK)
A Multiband Frontend for a Medium Range Basestation - an important step towards SDR
W. König, S. Walter, U. Weiss, D. Wiegner (Alcatel R&I, Stuttgart, Germany)
Benefits of Superconductor MicroElectronics for Commercial Wireless Base Stations
J. Rosa (Hypres, Elmsford, USA)