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Naim Batani

Researcher at École de technologie supérieure

Publications -  27
Citations -  179

Naim Batani is an academic researcher from École de technologie supérieure. The author has contributed to research in topics: Convolutional code & Heterogeneous network. The author has an hindex of 7, co-authored 27 publications receiving 164 citations. Previous affiliations of Naim Batani include Harris Corporation & École Normale Supérieure.

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Apparatus for convolutional self-doubly orthogonal encoding and decoding

TL;DR: In this article, an encoder and decoder for generating and decoding convolutional codes of improved orthogonality is presented, which includes a K-bit length shift register for receiving an input serial stream of information bits and providing for each input bit a k-bit parallel output to a self-doubly orthogonal code sequence generator.
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Satellite modem with a dynamic bandwidth

TL;DR: In this article, the authors proposed a method that could be advantageously implemented in a satellite local area network (LAN) in which an average number of sites share a TDMA link.
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Convolutional self doubly orthogonal codes for iterative decoding without interleaving

TL;DR: A novel turbo error control technique which circumvents both the complexity and latency shortcomings of the usual turbo codes which is based on a novel class of orthogonal threshold decodable codes called convolutional self doubly Orthogonal codes which do not require interleaving.
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Wireless link with adaptive modulation and different qualities of service

TL;DR: In this paper, a method for transmitting/receiving data in a wireless link having a variable link quality by selecting a suitable constellation using at least an indication of the link quality and encoding the data using the selected suitable constellation is disclosed.
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On Extra Combinational Delays in SRAM FPGAs Due to Transient Ionizing Radiations

TL;DR: In this paper, the authors present a new experimental setup and results obtained with that setup from which they report extra combinational delays in an SRAM FPGA (Virtex-5) due to transient ionizing radiations.