### Table 4.9: Interference suppression factors Ik due to cross-correlation statistics and beamforming

1998

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### TABLE I C/I improvement in dB for different DOA separation. (C/I)IN=-20 dB. DOA separation Interferer suppression Carrier gain Improvement in C/I

### Table 1 shows the coexistence of our system with other communications devices, obeying various narrowband standards. We find that if the UWB transmitter emits with the full power allowed by the FCC, it can significantly interfere with other communications devices. A suppression of about 15dB is necessary to allow coexistence within a 1m range. We achieve this suppression with the spectral shaping as described in Sec. 3.3.

2003

"... In PAGE 7: ... Table1 : Coexistence for other systems Finally, we also analyzed the resistance of the UWB system to interference from other communications devices. We found that again, a minimum distance of 1m is sufficient to allow operation with less than 8% PER.... ..."

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### Table 1 shows the coexistence of our system with other communications devices, obeying various narrowband standards. We find that if the UWB transmitter emits with the full power allowed by the FCC, it can significantly interfere with other communications devices. A suppression of about 15dB is necessary to allow coexistence within a 1m range. We achieve this suppression with the spectral shaping as described in Sec. 3.3.

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"... In PAGE 6: ... Table1 : Coexistence for other systems Finally, we also analyzed the resistance of the UWB system to interference from other communications devices. We found that again, a minimum distance of 1m is sufficient to allow operation with less than 8% PER.... ..."

### Table 4.8: Mobile power suppression factors E[ M] due to cross-correlation statistics mobile power. De ne Ik to be the e ect on an interferer apos;s power due to beamforming as well as cross-correlation e ects. By determining Ik, interference power PI in the SNR equation (4.6) can be replaced by IkPRNI in order to solve for the mobile and interference power. Ik is de ned as Ik E[PIkjAOA dist variance = 2 ] E[P1jAOA dist variance = 0]

1998

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### Table 1 summarizes the parameters of a typical in- terference scenario. Fig. 5 shows both simulated and theoretical learning curve of the algorithm adapting the weights in order to cancel the interference appear- ing at t = 0. The graphs display the two performance measures of interest. The resulting RFI suppression in steady-state exceeds 20 dB, which is su cient to avoid an AD converter overload and leaves several dB mar-

"... In PAGE 4: ...update-rate 1=T: 50 kHz; 100 kHz; 500 kHz lowpass lter: characteristic: elliptic, order: 4, bandwidth: 1=(2T) Table1 : Summary of simulation parameters. gin for imperfections in implementation, especially re- garding the analog components.... ..."

### Table 1 Percentage contributions from each process, keeeping interferences within a channel but ignoring interferences with other channels; change in lnL when each component is dropped and others are re tted. Percentage contributions do not sum to 100% because of interferences between channels.

"... In PAGE 8: ...tandard deviation change in one variable a ects ln L by 0.5. Gas and liquid data are tted simultaneously (and separately to test their consistency). In discussing the physics, we shall refer to Table1 , which shows (i) percentage contributions of each process to the nal t, (ii) changes (ln L) when each... In PAGE 10: ... However, relative amounts of 3P2, 3P1 and 3P0 annihilation are not easy to determine. Table1 shows that dropping all annihilation to f1(1285) has a bigger e ect on log likelihood than the sum of changes when individual con- tributions are dropped. So there is obviously a degree of ambiguity in the way annihilation is to be attributed to 3P2, 3P1 and 3P0.... In PAGE 17: ...o the t, ln L improves by 73.3 for the addition of 5 extra parameters. Results are insensitive to its width, which we take as 150 MeV, but there is a weak optimum at a mass of 1580 MeV. The small branching fraction of f2(1565) in Table1 presumably re ects the suppression by the centrifugal barriers for production and decay, and the small phase space available to a2(1320) decays. Finally we report two negative results.... ..."

### Table 2. The suppressed table

"... In PAGE 2: ... In Example 1, the inference fTrader; UKg ! Discharged violates the template hfJob; Countryg ! Discharged; 75%i. To eliminate this inference, we can suppress Trader and Clerk to a special value ?Job, and suppress UK and Canada to a special value ?Country, see Table2 . Now, the new in- ference f?Job; ?Countryg ! Discharged has con dence 50%, less than the speci ed 75%.... ..."

### Table 2. The suppressed table

"... In PAGE 3: ... In Example 1, the inference fTrader; UKg ! Discharged violates the template hfJob; Countryg ! Discharged; 75%i. To eliminate this inference, we can suppress Trader and Clerk to a special value ?Job, and suppress UK and Canada to a special value ?Country, see Table2 . Now, the new inference f?Job; ?Countryg ! Discharged has con dence 50%, less than the speci ed 75%.... ..."