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Publications of Bin Han (past IIIT member)   Download bibtex file         Order by:   Type | Year

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Christoph Jung, Reimar Tausch, Jens Thekkeveettil, Tarik Oundouh, Bin Han, Roman Schmidt and Daniel Wilbers. Chameleo-AD: Real-time targeted interactive advertisement for digital signage. In The Best of IET and IBC, Vol. 3:11-17, 2011. URL [Abstract] [Comment]   Bibtex entry
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Bin Han, Vlad Stoica, Cornelius Kaiser, Nico Otterbach and Klaus Dostert. Noise characterization and emulation for low-voltage power line channels across narrowband and broadband. In Digital Signal Processing, Vol. 69:259-274, 2017. URL DOI [Comment]   Bibtex entry
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Bin Han, Michael Muma, Mengling Feng and Abdelhak M. Zoubir. An online approach for intracranial pressure forecasting based on signal decomposition and robust statistics. In 2013 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), Pages 6239-6243, Vancouver, BC, 26-31 May 2013. DOI [Comment]   Bibtex entry
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Bin Han, Cornelius Kaiser and Klaus Dostert. A novel approach of canceling cyclostationary noise in low-voltage power line communications. In IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC), Pages 734-739, London, 8-12 June 2015. DOI [Comment]   Bibtex entry
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Nico Otterbach, Cornelius Kaiser, Vlad Stoica, Bin Han and Klaus Dostert. Software-defined radio for power line communication research and development. In Proceedings of the 2015 Workshop on Software Radio Implementation Forum (SRIF '15), Pages 37-42, Paris, France, September 2015. URL DOI [Comment]   Bibtex entry
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Bin Han. Characterization and emulation of low-voltage power line channels for narrowband and broadband communication. KIT Scientific Publishing, Karlsruhe, 2017. DOI [Comment]   Bibtex entry