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Suriani, Irene (author)
Fluid accumulation in the human body is, in many cases, a symptom of some underlying pathological condition. Most common examples include edema, ascites, pleural effusion, and internal bleeding. Currently available non-invasive methods to assess fluid accumulation in the body are mainly imaging-based (i.e. ultrasound, computed tomography). This...
master thesis 2019
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van der Mark, Kevin (author)
OFDM is a common modulation technique applied in the video downlink of drones. In order to eavesdrop on this link, the OFDM signal needs to be demodulated. OFDM demodulators separate orthogonal subcarriers to obtain single carrier signals. This process requires a lot of prior information on the signal parameters. <br/><br/>This thesis presents...
master thesis 2019
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Saxena, Rochal (author)
The environmental policy of KPN has an objective of reducing CO2 emissions and energy consumption to contribute in making the planet more sustainable. This thesis project researches the potential for reducing energy consumption and, consequently, the operational costs of the KPN LTE network. There are various resources in a mobile network which...
master thesis 2018
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Yao, Lichen (author)
In the next generation of Bluetooth standard, the Bluetooth SIG wants to incorporate multiple antenna systems into the Bluetooth Low Energy specification to enable direction-finding features. The features are aimed to improve the accuracy of off-the-shelf Asset Tracking Profile (ATP) and Indoor Positioning Service (IPS) including two modes –...
master thesis 2018
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