His primary scientific interests are in Decoding methods, Electronic engineering, MIMO, Algorithm and Very-large-scale integration. His Decoding methods study combines topics in areas such as Phase-shift keying, Communication channel and MIMO-OFDM. His work in the fields of Electronic engineering, such as CMOS, overlaps with other areas such as Throughput.
The various areas that Andreas Burg examines in his MIMO study include Computational complexity theory, Detector, Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing and Word error rate. Andreas Burg combines subjects such as Detection theory and Theoretical computer science with his study of Algorithm. His Very-large-scale integration research integrates issues from Message passing, Computer engineering and Gate array.
Andreas Burg mostly deals with Electronic engineering, Decoding methods, Algorithm, MIMO and CMOS. Andreas Burg has included themes like Dram, Communication channel and Voltage in his Electronic engineering study. Many of his research projects under Decoding methods are closely connected to Throughput with Throughput, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
Andreas Burg focuses mostly in the field of Algorithm, narrowing it down to topics relating to Modulation and, in certain cases, Chip. As a part of the same scientific study, Andreas Burg usually deals with the MIMO, concentrating on Wireless and frequently concerns with Embedded system. His CMOS research incorporates themes from Subthreshold conduction, Application-specific integrated circuit, Low-power electronics and Leakage.
His main research concerns Electronic engineering, Algorithm, Static random-access memory, Artificial neural network and Dram. His Electronic engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Subthreshold conduction and Node, Voltage. His study in Algorithm focuses on Decoding methods in particular.
His research investigates the connection with Decoding methods and areas like Time complexity which intersect with concerns in Convolutional code. His Static random-access memory study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Leakage, Transistor, eDRAM and Energy consumption. His Artificial neural network research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Transmitter, Self interference, Frequency band and Hardware architecture.
Algorithm, Electronic engineering, Dram, Modulation and Decoding methods are his primary areas of study. His work on Channel code, Low-density parity-check code, Belief propagation and Parity bit as part of general Algorithm research is frequently linked to Degree distribution, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His research ties Transmitter and Electronic engineering together.
His study on Dram also encompasses disciplines like
Static random-access memory which connect with Data retention, Transistor and Random access,
Resilience, Data loss and Inverter most often made with reference to eDRAM,
Refresh rate which is related to area like Field-programmable gate array, Embedded system, Leakage, CMOS and Random access memory. His Modulation study also includes fields such as
Additive white Gaussian noise which connect with Chip and Word error rate,
Carrier frequency offset that intertwine with fields like Interleaving and Computer hardware,
Physical layer that intertwine with fields like Computer security and Cyber-physical system. He studies Decoding methods, namely List decoding.
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VLSI implementation of MIMO detection using the sphere decoding algorithm
A. Burg;M. Borgmann;M. Wenk;M. Zellweger.
european solid-state circuits conference (2005)
Soft-output sphere decoding: algorithms and VLSI implementation
C. Studer;A. Burg;H. Bolcskei.
asilomar conference on signals, systems and computers (2008)
LLR-Based Successive Cancellation List Decoding of Polar Codes
Alexios Balatsoukas-Stimming;Mani Bastani Parizi;Andreas Burg.
IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing (2015)
MIMO transmission with residual transmit-RF impairments
Christoph Studer;Markus Wenk;Andreas Burg.
international itg workshop on smart antennas (2010)
K-best MIMO detection VLSI architectures achieving up to 424 Mbps
M. Wenk;M. Zellweger;A. Burg;N. Felber.
international symposium on circuits and systems (2006)
Prototype experience for MIMO BLAST over third-generation wireless system
A. Adjoudani;E.C. Beck;A.P. Burg;G.M. Djuknic.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (2003)
Wireless Communication and Security Issues for Cyber–Physical Systems and the Internet-of-Things
Andreas Burg;Anupam Chattopadhyay;Kwok-Yan Lam.
Proceedings of the IEEE (2018)
Hardware Architecture for List Successive Cancellation Decoding of Polar Codes
Alexios Balatsoukas-Stimming;Alexandre J. Raymond;Warren J. Gross;Andreas Burg.
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems Ii-express Briefs (2014)
A low-complexity improved successive cancellation decoder for polar codes
Orion Afisiadis;Alexios Balatsoukas-Stimming;Andreas Burg.
asilomar conference on signals, systems and computers (2014)
VLSI Implementation of a High-Speed Iterative Sorted MMSE QR Decomposition
P. Luethi;A. Burg;S. Haene;D. Perels.
international symposium on circuits and systems (2007)
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