Communications

The data repository contains detailed information about  theoretical model used in the simulations and data sets obtained with simulations for the article with the title "Maximum-Likelihood Detection with QAOA for Massive MIMO and Sherrington-Kirkpatrick Model  with Local Field at Infinite Size". For a comprehensive understanding, please refer to the main article.  We apply Quantum-approximate optimization algorithm (QAOA) on maximum-likelihood (ML) detection of massive multiple-input multiple output (MIMO) systems.
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This dataset provides valuable insights into Received Signal Reference Power (RSRP) measurements collected from four User Equipment (UE) devices strategically positioned within a moving train. 

Additionally, it includes RSRP values obtained from an external reference source using the rooftop train antenna, all systematically interpolated on a cell and frequency basis, with both datasets available.

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SCVIC-TS-2022: Network intrusion data with original raw network packets

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In ultrahigh-speed coherent optical fiber communication systems, increasing single-carrier data rate is usually considered the foundation for the data rate increase of wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) communication systems. In single-carrier optical fiber communication systems, polarization mode dispersion (PMD) is one of the most critical factors affecting the data rate increase.

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The increasing complexity of cellular networks has resulted in dynamic network performance optimization (NPO) playing a critical role in streamlining network operations. While the success of NPO techniques primarily depends upon the quality and quantity of telemetry data available from the underlying network, up until now, third-party access to such data has been largely limited due to the prevalence of proprietary interfaces throughout the access network. However, the upcoming open radio access network (RAN) architecture is set to change this trend.

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The data set contains raw channel-sounding data of 30 clinically relevant scenarios, captured in the university clinic of Dresden, Germany, and a script to analyze them. The measurement campaign was conducted in five environments:

  • Infirmary (Inf)
  • Emergency Room (ER)
  • Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
  • Hallway (Hall)
  • Elevator (Elev)

The patients were performing various motion sequences:

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Dynamic Spectrum Sharing (DSS) is an enabler for a seamless transition from 4G Long TermEvolution (LTE) to 5G New Radio (NR) by utilizing existing LTE bands without static spectrum re-farming. In this paper, we propose a cross-band DSS scheme that utilizes the Multimedia BroadcastMulticast Service over a Single Frequency Network (MBSFN) feature of an LTE network and theMulticast Broadcast Service (MBS) feature of an NR network.

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Entanglement between quantum network nodes is often produced using intermediary devices
- such as heralding stations - as a resource. When scaling quantum networks to many nodes, requiring
a dedicated intermediary device for every pair of nodes introduces high costs. Here, we propose a cost-
effective architecture to connect many quantum network nodes via a central quantum network hub called
an Entanglement Generation Switch (EGS). The EGS allows multiple quantum nodes to be connected at a

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This repository stores the supplementary material associated to the work "Empirical Validation of a Class of Ray-Based Fading Models". That work is related with stocastich channel characterization and empirical validation. Three alternative scenarios are studied: anechoic and reverberation chambers, and indoor environments. Through the generation of linear combinations of different path measurements, a large amount of possible configurations appear for each one. In order to support the content of this work, several animations have been carried out.

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