Distributed amplifiers.

Birand, Tuncay


Demir, Özlem Tuğfe; Tuncer, Temel Engin (2016-03-25)
In this paper, simultaneous wireless information and power transfer (SWIPT) is considered for multi-group multicasting relay networks where there is no direct link between the source and destination nodes. Each source transmits its own multicast stream to a group of users with the help of single antenna relays which use amplify-and-forward relay protocol. Each user has energy harvesting capability. A part of the received signal is used for information decoding while the rest is used for energy harvesting. T...
Distributed routing and wavelength assignment in WDM networks
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Distributed contact flip chip InGaN/GaN blue LED; comparison with conventional LEDs
Genc, M.; Sheremet, V.; Elci, M.; KASAPOĞLU, Ahmet Emre; ALTUNTAŞ, İSMAİL; DEMİR, İLKAY; Egin, G.; Islamoglu, S.; Gür, Emre; Muzafferoglu, N.; ELAGÖZ, SEZAİ; GÜLSEREN, Oğuz; AYDINLI, ATİLLA (Elsevier BV, 2019-04-01)
This paper presents high performance, GaN/InGaN-based light emitting diodes (LEDs) in three different device configurations, namely Top Emitting (TE) LED, conventional Flip Chip (FC) and Distributed Contact (DC) FC. Series resistances as low as 1.1 Omega have been obtained from FC device configurations with a back reflecting ohmic contact of Ni/Au/RTA/Ni/Ag metal stack. A small shift has been observed between electroluminescence (EL) emissions of TE LED and the FC LEDs. In addition, FWHM value of the EL emi...
Distributed adaptive output feedback control design and application to a formation flight experiment
Kutay, Ali Türker; Calise, Anthony J.; D'Andrea, Raffaello (2005-01-01)
An approach for augmenting existing distributed controller designs for large-scale interconnected systems with neural network based adaptive elements is proposed. It is assumed that the controllers are interconnected in the same way as the plant and based on the available measurements, a single hidden layer neural network is introduced for each subsystem to partially cancel the effects of the sub-system interconnections and modeling errors on tracking performance. Boundedness of error signals is shown throu...
Distributed Power Control Using Non-monotonic Reaction Curves
Ozel, Omur; Uysal, Elif (2009-05-15)
In this paper, we study distributed power control in an interference network. In particular, distributed power control mechanisms are devised by exploiting a one-shot noncooperative game based on a suitably chosen utility function. The utility is a function of quality of service (QoS) objectives defined in terms of fading-induced outage probabilities. Equilibrium analysis of the resulting power control game is made, and its relationship with admission control is discussed. The main contribution of the paper...
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T. Birand, “Distributed amplifiers.,” Middle East Technical University, 1967.