Maite Brandt-Pearce mainly investigates Electronic engineering, Wavelength-division multiplexing, Algorithm, Computer network and Communication channel. The study incorporates disciplines such as Chirp, Detection theory and Cross-phase modulation in addition to Electronic engineering. Her research in Wavelength-division multiplexing tackles topics such as Volterra series which are related to areas like Transfer function and Optical fiber.
Her Computer network research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Distributed computing, Optical Transport Network, Bit error rate and Routing and wavelength assignment. In her research, Optics, Routing, Modulation and Intensity modulation is intimately related to Transmission, which falls under the overarching field of Bit error rate. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Pulse-position modulation and Laser.
Maite Brandt-Pearce mostly deals with Electronic engineering, Computer network, Communication channel, Telecommunications and Wavelength-division multiplexing. Her Electronic engineering research incorporates themes from Visible light communication, Modulation and Communications system. Maite Brandt-Pearce has included themes like Physical layer, Bit error rate and Routing and wavelength assignment in her Computer network study.
Maite Brandt-Pearce focuses mostly in the field of Routing and wavelength assignment, narrowing it down to matters related to Transmission and, in some cases, Routing. Her research in Communication channel focuses on subjects like Interference, which are connected to Minimum mean square error. Her Wavelength-division multiplexing research integrates issues from Transfer function, Cross-phase modulation, Dispersion, Volterra series and Multiplexing.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Visible light communication, Electronic engineering, Communication channel, Telecommunications and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. Her Visible light communication research also works with subjects such as
Her research in Communication channel intersects with topics in Bandwidth, Pulse-amplitude modulation and Interference. Her studies deal with areas such as Visible spectrum and Visible light positioning as well as Telecommunications. Her Optics research focuses on Access network and how it connects with Bandwidth and Optical communication.
Electronic engineering, Visible light communication, Telecommunications, Visible light positioning and Optics are her primary areas of study. Her work deals with themes such as Wireless, Code rate, Hybrid automatic repeat request, Amplifier and Efficient energy use, which intersect with Electronic engineering. Her Code rate study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Spread spectrum, Mesh networking, Extremely high frequency and Computer network, Hop.
Her Visible light communication research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Telecommunications link, Bit error rate and Electrical efficiency. Her biological study deals with issues like Extended Kalman filter, which deal with fields such as Visible spectrum and Light-emitting diode. Her Optics study combines topics in areas such as Electronics, Bandwidth and Control communications.
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Free-space optical MIMO transmission with Q-ary PPM
S.G. Wilson;M. Brandt-Pearce;Qianling Cao;J.H. Leveque.
IEEE Transactions on Communications (2005)
Roadmap of optical communications
Erik Agrell;Magnus Karlsson;A R Chraplyvy;David J Richardson.
Journal of Optics (2016)
Volterra series transfer function of single-mode fibers
K.V. Peddanarappagari;M. Brandt-Pearce.
Journal of Lightwave Technology (1997)
Optical repetition MIMO transmission with multipulse PPM
S.G. Wilson;M. Brandt-Pearce;Qianling Cao;M. Baedke.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (2005)
Monopulse DOA estimation of two unresolved Rayleigh targets
W.D. Blair;M. Brandt-Pearce.
IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems (2001)
Unresolved Rayleigh target detection using monopulse measurements
W.D. Blair;M. Brandt-Pearce.
IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems (1998)
Transmitter-based multiuser interference rejection for the down-link of a wireless CDMA system in a multipath environment
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (2000)
Comparison of FWM- and XPM-induced crosstalk using the Volterra series transfer function method
Bo Xu;M. Brandt-Pearce.
Journal of Lightwave Technology (2003)
Detection and Estimation of LFMCW Radar Signals
F. G. Geroleo;M. Brandt-Pearce.
IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems (2012)
Multiuser detection for optical code division multiple access systems
M. Brandt-Pearce;B. Aazhang.
IEEE Transactions on Communications (1994)
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