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    • Advanced asynchronous random access protocols 

      Akyıldız, Talha (Bilkent University, 2020-08)
      Fifth generation wireless systems and beyond require linking an enormous number of simple machine type devices leading to a new wave of interest in massive machine type communications (mMTC). Different from the human-centric ...
    • Code design for energy harvesting and Joint energy and information transfer Using run length limited codes 

      Özateş, Mert (Bilkent University, 2018-07)
      Energy harvesting wireless networks and networks that bene t from wireless energy transfer have become popular in the last decade. In these networks, the users can obtain the required energy for transmission from an ...
    • Code design for interference channels 

      Herfeh, Mahdi Shakiba (Bilkent University, 2019-11)
      As the number of wireless devices dramatically increases, they experience more interference in their communications. As a result, managing interference in wireless networks is an important challenge in future wireless ...
    • Coding schemes for energy harvesting and multi-user communications 

      Dabirnia, Mehdi (Bilkent University, 2017-12)
      Many wireless communication and networking applications can bene t from energy harvesting and wireless energy transfer including wireless sensor networks, radio frequency identi cation systems and wireless body networks. ...
    • Deep learning based channel equalization for MIMO ISI channels 

      Eren, Berke (Bilkent University, 2022-09)
      Future wireless communications is expected to bring significant changes along with a number of emerging technologies such as 5G, virtual reality, edge computing, and IoT. These developments pose unprecedented demands in ...
    • Distributed caching and learning over wireless channels 

      Tegin, Büşra (Bilkent University, 2020-01)
      Coded caching and coded computing have drawn significant attention in recent years due to their advantages in reducing the traffic load and in distributing computational burden to edge devices. There have been many research ...
    • Irregular repetition slotted ALOHA with energy harvesting nodes 

      Demirhan, Umut (Bilkent University, 2017-07)
      The importance of wireless networking schemes originating from ALOHA has rapidly risen with the wide-spread use of Internet, advancements in the communications systems and increasing number of wireless devices. ...
    • Multi-envelope precoding for massive mimo systems 

      Gümüş, Mücahit (Bilkent University, 2017-05)
      Wireless communications is an important part of information and communication technologies. Particularly, with the introduction of 5G wireless systems, higher data rates, ultra-low latencies and improved power efficiencies ...
    • On federated learning over wireless channels with over-the-air aggregation 

      Aygün, Ozan (Bilkent University, 2022-07)
      A decentralized machine learning (ML) approach called federated learning (FL) has recently been at the center of attention since it secures edge users’ data and decreases communication costs. In FL, a parameter server (PS), ...
    • On polarization adjusted convolutional codes over fading and additive white Gaussian noise channels 

      Seyedmasoumian Charandabi, Seyed Sadra (Bilkent University, 2022-05)
      Ultra-reliable and low-latency communications (URLLC), which focuses on delay sensitive applications and services, is one of the three main pillars of 5G New Radio (NR) network architecture. URLLC's physical layer design ...
    • Random access over wireless links: optimal rate and activity probability selection 

      Karakoç, Nurullah (Bilkent University, 2017-07)
      Due to the rapidly increasing number of devices in wireless networks with the proliferation of applications based on new technologies such as machine to machine communications and Internet of Things, there is a growing ...
    • Randomized convolutional and concatenated codes for the wiretap channel 

      Nooraiepour, Alireza (Bilkent University, 2016-10)
      Wireless networks are vulnerable to various kinds of attacks such as eavesdropping because of their open nature. As a result, security is one of the most important challenges that needs to be addressed for such networks. ...
    • Secrecy rates of finite-input intersymbol interference channels 

      Hanoğlu, Serdar (Bilkent University, 2016-10)
      Due to the broadcast nature of the communication medium, security is a critical problem in wireless networks. Securing the transmission at the physical layer is a promising alternative or complement to the conventional ...
    • Secure multi-antenna transmission with finite-alphabet signaling 

      Aghdam, Sina Rezaei (Bilkent University, 2017-12)
      With the ever-growing demand for services that rely on transmission over wireless networks, a challenging issue is the security of the transmitted information. Due to its open nature, wireless communications is prone to ...