PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Professor Emeritus Israel Bar-David
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No of theses 21
Department Electrical Engineering
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Mushkin Mordechai 1990 PhD Capacity and Coding for Finite State Binary Symmetric
Plotnik Eli 1990 PhD Analysis of Practical Models in Multi-User Communication Sys
Scherzer Tamir 2004 MSc Abstracts Analysis of an Enhanced Doherty Configuration for Use in Modern Highly Efficient Power Amplifiers
Veinblat Alexander 2002 MSc Abstracts Analog Convolutional Decoder
Saferman Ofer 2002 MSc Abstracts The EM Algorithm: Towards a Unified Method for Channel Estimation, Detection and Iterative Decoding
Ben-Tovim Erez 2001 MSc Channel Parameters Estimation and Decoding of Turbo Codes
Leviant Michael 1997 MSc Trellis-Aided Phase Tracker for Psk Signals
Goldgeier Paul 1997 MSc Frequency and Phase Tracking of a Pair of Dfb Lasers: the Implementation of the Paramodyne Receiver
Taich Dmitry 1996 MSc Feed-Forward Phase Estimator and Tracker Under Frequency Uncertainty and Phase Noise
Fisher Abraham 1995 MSc Using Vector Quantization for Mechanized Morse Decoding
Pesach Rafi 1995 MSc Three Phase Delta-Couped Frontend Ror Optical Receiver
Shalev Amir 1994 MSc High Speed Electronics for Decoding in Optical Communication
Bren Daniel 1994 MSc On the Performance of Feed-Forward and Closed Loop Receivers
Weinfeld Daniel 1994 MSc Phase Locked Loop with Extended Range Phase Range
Ben-Eli David 1993 MSc Information Rates in Optical Channels Including Optical
Somekh Oren 1991 MSc Optical Communication Channels with Active Optical Filters
Goldenberg Sorin 1991 MSc The Influence of Noisy Phase on Optical Meceivers Performan
Galperin Victor 1991 MSc Combined Am-Pm Modulation in Optical Channel
Lemberger Vriel 1989 MSc Performance Improvement of Pulse Position Modlulotion by Tre
Shtrikman Ilan 1989 MSc Open Loop Frequency-and Phase Estimation of a Psk Modulated
Cohen Joseph 1988 MSc Investigation of Click Detectors in Fm