### TABLE I OPTIMAL PILOT TONE VECTORS IN THE ABSENCE OF FREQUENCY OFFSET FOR A MIMO OFDM SYSTEM WITH K gt;NTxL,(K =8,NTx =2,L=2)

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### TABLE IV OPTIMAL PILOT TONE VECTORS IN THE PRESENCE OF FREQUENCY OFFSET FOR A MIMO OFDM SYSTEM WITH K = NTxL,(K =8,NTx =4,L=2)

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### Table 1. Space Frequency with Revised Case Descriptors

"... In PAGE 5: ...EQ. The former opens to the east, but the latter opens to both the east and west. The representation of spaces opening to more than one direction and other representation protocols are discussed in (Raduma 2000). Table1 shows a representation facet in the HouseCAD scheme. Table 2.... ..."

### Table 1: Physical layer parameters of the MIMO-OFDM sys- tems used for the performance evaluation.

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### Table 3: Comparison between our method (C/B) and [4, 14] for image Goldhill 512 512. References [1] Z. Xiong and K. Ramchandran and M. T. Orchard, \Wavelet Packet Image Coding Using Space-frequency Quantization., quot; IEEE Trans. Image Processing, vol. Submitted, 1996. [2] J. M. Shapiro, \Embedded Image Coding Using Zerotrees of Wavelet Coe cients., quot; IEEE Trans. Signal Processing, vol. 41, pp. 3445{3462, December 1993. [3] D. Taubman and A. Zakhor, \Multirate 3-D Subband Coding of Video, quot; IEEE Trans. Image Processing, vol. 3, pp. 572{588, Sept. 1994. [4] A. Said and W. Pearlman, \A New Fast and E cient Image Coder Based on Set Partitioning on Hierarchical Trees., quot; IEEE Trans. Circuits and Systems for Video Technology, vol. 6, pp. 243{250, June 1996.

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### Table 3: Comparison between our method (C/B) and [4, 14] for image Goldhill 512 512. References [1] Z. Xiong and K. Ramchandran and M. T. Orchard, \Wavelet Packet Image Coding Using Space-frequency Quantization., quot; IEEE Trans. Image Processing, vol. Submitted, 1996. [2] J. M. Shapiro, \Embedded Image Coding Using Zerotrees of Wavelet Coe cients., quot; IEEE Trans. Signal Processing, vol. 41, pp. 3445{3462, December 1993. [3] D. Taubman and A. Zakhor, \Multirate 3-D Subband Coding of Video, quot; IEEE Trans. Image Processing, vol. 3, pp. 572{588, Sept. 1994. [4] A. Said and W. Pearlman, \A New Fast and E cient Image Coder Based on Set Partitioning on Hierarchical Trees., quot; IEEE Trans. Circuits and Systems for Video Technology, vol. 6, pp. 243{250, June 1996.

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### Table V. Survey of time(space)-frequency applications

### Table 1: Monte Carlos simulations comparing the basic projection algorithm and the IV algorithm. The estimation error decreases for an increasing amount of identi cation data which is predicted from Theorem 1. The projection al- gorithms fails to capture the true system which show that the assumption of evenly spaced frequencies and equal covariances are essentially necessary for the projection algorithm to be consistent.

"... In PAGE 10: ...2 Estimation Results As expected from the analysis the quality of the estimates from the instrumen- tal variable algorithm (IV) improves as the number of samples of the Fourier transform increases. In Table1 the averaged maximum identi cation error is presented. The results clearly indicate that the basic projection algorithm is not consistent for these data.... ..."

### Table 5: GSM Logical Channels c #0DETT, #5BHanzo amp; Steele, 1994#5D

"... In PAGE 45: ... Their transmission via the network requires a variety of logical control channels. The set of logical tra#0Ec and control channels de#0Cned in the GSM system is summarised in Table5 . There are two general forms of speech and data tra#0Ec channels: the full rate tra#0Ec channels #28TCH#2FF#29, which carry information at a gross rate of 22.... In PAGE 48: ...odecs #5B42#5D, as speci#0Ced in #5BR.05.03.#5D. The full- and half-rate data tra#0Ec channels standardised in the GSM sys- tem are: TCH=F9:6 , TCH=F4:8, TCH=F2:4,aswell as TCH=H4:8, TCH=H2:4,aswas portrayed earlier in Table5 . Note that the numbers in these acronyms represent the data transmission rate in kbps.... ..."

### Table 1: Logic functions which can be implemented by a logic module.

"... In PAGE 5: ... the structure for this logic module. A large number of logic functions can be implemented by using an appropriate subset of the inputs and tying the remaining inputs of a logic module high or low as shown in Table1 . Each logic module of DLB can be used independently for random logic implemen- tation.... ..."