Lecture Series: Frontiers in Wireless Communications & Information Coding

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Title: Optimal Aperiodic Peak Sidelobe Sequences and Polyphase Sequences with 2-level PACF
Speaker: Anatolii Leukhin(Professor),Vice Rector of Mari State University, Russia
Time:3:00-4:30pm, Wednesday, April 8th, 2015
Chair: Pingzhi Fan

Outline of the Talk:

Optimal Aperiodic Peak Sidelobe Sequences and Polyphase Sequences with 2-level PACF

Sequences of various kinds have applications in radar, wireless communications, and many other diverse areas. As spectrum congestion increases, there is more reliance on sequences to provide multi-user communications and minimum ambiguity and low probability of intercept radar signals. Wi-Fi, Wi-max are commonplace examples. This talk presents current research into sequence design in scientific group at Mari State University. The sequence constructions and their applications will be described.

The talk shall give a short review of known results of sequences design for optimal binary sequences with ideal periodic autocorrelation function, perfect polyphase binary sequences, optimal binary sequences with minimum peak sidelobe level, and generalized (polyphase) Barker codes. Then, new algorithm for an exhaustive search of minimum peak sidelobe level binary sequences is demonstrated. The results of an exhaustive search of optimal binary sequences with minimum peak sidelobe level in the range of lengths N=[2,85] are shown. New analytical and numerical algorithms for design of polyphase Barker sequences are described, together with new polyphase Barker sequences. Finally, algebraic theory of design of polyphase sequences with two-level periodic autocorrelation function shall be discussed. Some new polyphase sequences with perfect periodic autocorrelation function are demonstrated.

Short Biography of the Speaker: 

Anatolii Leukhin (leukhinan@list.ruhttp://signalslab.volgatech.net)

Anatolii Leukhin received his specialist degree in electrical engineering from Mari State Technical University, Yoshkar-Ola, Russia, and his Ph.D. degree in mathematical methods and computing from Samara State Aerospace University, Samara, Russia, and his Doctor of Science degree in mathematics and physics from Samara State Aerospace University, Samara, Russia, in 1996, 2000, and 2005, respectively. Dr. Anatolii Leukhin is currently a vice rector in science at Mari State University, where he also holds the Centre of High Performance Computing Research Chair. His research interests include sequence design, digital signal and image processing, pattern recognition and radar. He has published over 200 papers in referred journals and conference in these areas, and is the coauthor of the book Contour Analysis Introduction and its Image and Signal Processing Application (Moscow, FIZMATLIT, 2002), and is the coauthor of the book Complex and Hypercomplex Systems at Applications of Multidimensional Signal Processing (Moscow, FIZMATLIT, 2003). Dr. Anatolii Leukhin received the Medal of Russian Space Federation in 1999, State Honour of Mari El Republic for science research and technical applications in 2001, and Award of Russian Ministry of Science and Education in 2010. He is/was a project leader for more than 30 scientific and industry projects.