The Arrival of 6G


Recently, IEEE Communications Society published an article “What will 6G be?” Some of the important points it highlighted are the following. More spectrum is needed for more bits: As with all new Gs, more spectrum is needed to entertain more…
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Linear Frequency Invariant (LFI) Systems

In this post, as opposed to our usual notation of a capital letter for a frequency domain signal, e.g., S(F), we introduce a small letter like s(F) instead to highlight the fact that the system is linear frequency-invariant, and not…
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There are 26 letters in English language and countless rules. The language of signal processing is simpler.

- It has only 1 letter: a sample at time 0. From there, we can build any discrete-time signal on which our 1s and 0s can be mapped.

- It has one major rule which is repeatedly employed for demapping the received signal to bits.