2008 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
2006 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to coded modulation and digital subscriber line design.
His primary scientific interests are in Electronic engineering, Algorithm, Frequency-division multiplexing, Modulation and Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing. His Electronic engineering research incorporates themes from Block code, Reduction, Delta modulation, Forward error correction and BCJR algorithm. His Algorithm study incorporates themes from Information theory, Binary code, Additive white Gaussian noise and Coding.
His research investigates the link between Modulation and topics such as Transmitter power output that cross with problems in Twisted pair and Transmission. His study explores the link between Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing and topics such as Signal that cross with problems in Representation and Power ratio. As part of one scientific family, Johannes B. Huber deals mainly with the area of Decoding methods, narrowing it down to issues related to the Approximation theory, and often Zero-forcing precoding and Precoding.
Johannes B. Huber spends much of his time researching Algorithm, Decoding methods, Electronic engineering, Communication channel and Theoretical computer science. His studies in Algorithm integrate themes in fields like Additive white Gaussian noise, Bit error rate and Modulation. Johannes B. Huber has included themes like Intersymbol interference, Coding, Redundancy and Code in his Decoding methods study.
His Electronic engineering research also works with subjects such as
Johannes B. Huber mainly investigates Algorithm, Decoding methods, Convolutional code, Theoretical computer science and Constellation diagram. His Algorithm study combines topics in areas such as Transmitter, Discrete mathematics and Modulation. In his research, Johannes B. Huber undertakes multidisciplinary study on Modulation and Redundancy.
His work deals with themes such as Transmission, Bit error rate and Intersymbol interference, which intersect with Decoding methods. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Transmission, Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing is strongly linked to Long code. His Theoretical computer science study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Linear network coding and Precoding.
Johannes B. Huber spends much of his time researching Algorithm, Electronic engineering, Concatenated error correction code, Hypersphere and Electrical efficiency. His research investigates the connection with Algorithm and areas like Bit error rate which intersect with concerns in Subcarrier, Frequency-division multiplexing, Guard interval and Redundancy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Frequency domain, Electrical engineering, Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing and Transceiver in addition to Electronic engineering.
His work deals with themes such as Convolutional code, Code rate, Sequential decoding and Low-density parity-check code, which intersect with Concatenated error correction code. His Hypersphere study also includes fields such as
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Reducing the peak-to-average power ratio of multicarrier modulation by selected mapping
R.W. Bauml;R.F.H. Fischer;J.B. Huber.
Electronics Letters (1996)
OFDM with reduced peak-to-average power ratio by optimum combination of partial transmit sequences
S.H. Muller;J.B. Huber.
Electronics Letters (1997)
Multilevel codes: theoretical concepts and practical design rules
U. Wachsmann;R.F.H. Fischer;J.B. Huber.
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory (1999)
A new loading algorithm for discrete multitone transmission
R.F.H. Fischer;J.B. Huber.
global communications conference (1996)
Precoding in multiantenna and multiuser communications
C. Windpassinger;R.F.H. Fischer;T. Vencel;J.B. Huber.
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications (2004)
SLM peak-power reduction without explicit side information
H. Breiling;S.H. Muller-Weinfurtner;J.B. Huber.
IEEE Communications Letters (2001)
A comparison of peak power reduction schemes for OFDM
S.H. Muller;J.B. Huber.
global communications conference (1997)
A novel peak power reduction scheme for OFDM
S.H. Muller;J.B. Huber.
personal indoor and mobile radio communications (1997)
OFDM with reduced peak-to-average power ratio by multiple signal representation
Stefan H. Müller;Robert W. Bäuml;Robert F. H. Fischer;Johannes B. Huber.
Annales Des Télécommunications (1997)
Lattice-reduction-aided broadcast precoding
C. Windpassinger;R.F.H. Fischer;J.B. Huber.
IEEE Transactions on Communications (2004)
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