Ron Dabora

 

    New coordinates

    Lecturer
    Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

    Ben-Gurion University

    Be`er Sheva, ISRAEL

 

    email: ron (at) ee (dot) bgu (dot) ac (dot) il

 

    http://www.bgu.ac.il/~daborona 

 

 

 

Biography

I received my B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in 1994 and 2000, respectively, from Tel-Aviv University and the Ph.D. degree in 2007 from Cornell University; all in Electrical Engineering. From 1994 to 2000 I worked as an R&D engineer at the Communications Research Institute, and from 2000 to 2003, I was with the Algorithms Group at Millimetrix Broadband Networks, Israel. From July 2007 till January 2009 I was a postdoctoral researcher at the Wireless Systems Lab, Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University.  Since January 2009 I am a lecturer at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Ben-Gurion University, Israel.



Research interests 

o Cooperation and relaying in wireless networks

o Channels with memory

o Feedback and channel coding

o Signal processing for communications

o Inherent limitations in signal processing

o Algorithms design for wireless communications

 

 

Tutorial

I. Maric and R. Dabora, Cooperation in Wireless Networks ,  half-day tutorial, IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC), September 2008, Cannes, France (slides).

 

My work at Stanford is part of the IT MANET - the FLoWS project.

 

 

Publications (please read the IEEE copyright notice before downloading)


Journal Submissions under Review
[1] R. Dabora and A. Goldsmith, The Capacity Region of the Degraded Finite-State Broadcast Channel, submitted to the IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 2008. Under revision.

[2] R. Dabora and A. Goldsmith, On the Capacity of Indecomposable Finite-State Channels with Feedback, submitted to the IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 2008.

[3] R. Dabora and A. Goldsmith, Capacity Theorems for Discrete, Finite-State Broadcast Channels with Feedback and Receiver Cooperation, submitted to the IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 2009.

 

Journal Papers 
[4] R. Dabora, J. Goldberg, and H. Messer, Inherent Limitations in Data Aided Time Synchronization of Continuous Phase Modulation Signals over Time-Selective Fading Channels, IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, June 2002.
[5] R. Dabora, J. Goldberg, and H. Messer, Training-Based Time-Delay Estimation for CPM Signals over Time-Selective Fading Channels, IEEE Transactions on Communications, July 2004.
[6] R. Dabora and S. Servetto, Broadcast Channels with Cooperating Decoders, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, December 2006.
[7] R. Dabora and S. Servetto, On the Role of Estimate-and-Forward with Time-Sharing in Cooperative Communication, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, October 2008.

 

Papers in Refereed Conferences
[1] R. Dabora, J. Goldberg, and H. Messer, Cramer-Rao Bound Analysis for Data Aided Time Synchronization of MSK over a Fast Fading Channel, Proceedings of the International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), June 2000, Istanbul, Turkey.
[2] R. Dabora and S. Servetto, Broadcast Channels with Cooperating Receivers: A Downlink for the Sensor Reachback Problem, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), June 2004, Chicago, IL.
[3] R. Dabora and S. Servetto, On the Rates for the General Broadcast Channel with Partially Cooperating Receivers, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), September 2005, Adelaide, Australia.
[4] R. Dabora and S. Servetto, A Multi-Step Conference for Cooperative Broadcast, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), July 2006, Seattle, WA.
[5] R. Dabora and S. Servetto, The Multiple-Relay Channel with Estimate-and-Forward Relaying, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), June 2007, Nice, France.
[6] R. Dabora and S. Servetto, Estimate-and-Forward Relaying for the Gaussian Relay Channel with Coded Modulation, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), June 2007, Nice, France.
[7] R. Dabora, I. Maric and A. Goldsmith, Relay Strategies for Interference Forwarding, Proceedings of  the Information Theory Workshop (ITW), May 2008, Porto, Portugal.
[8] R. Dabora and A. Goldsmith, The Capacity Region of the Degraded Finite-State Broadcast Channel, Proceedings of the Information Theory Workshop (ITW), May 2008, Porto, Portugal.
[9] I. Maric, R. Dabora and A. Goldsmith, On the Capacity of the Interference Channel with a Relay, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), July 2008, Toronto, Canada.
[10] R. Dabora and A. Goldsmith, Capacity Theorems for the Finite-State Broadcast Channel with Feedback, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), July 2008, Toronto , Canada .

[11] R. Dabora and A. Goldsmith, On the Capacity of Indecomposable Finite-State Channels with Feedback, Proceedings of the 46th Annual Allerton Conference on Communication, Control and Computing, September 2008, Monticello , IL.

[12] R. Dabora, I. Maric and A. Goldsmith, Generalized Relaying in the Presence of Interference, to be presented at the Asilomar Conf. on Signals, Systems, and Computers, Pacific Grove, CA, October, 2008 (invited).
[13] R. Dabora, I. Maric and A. Goldsmith, Interference Forwarding in Multiuser Networks, Proceedings of the IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM), December 2008, New Orleans, LA. 

[14]I. Maric, R. Dabora and A. Goldsmith, Relaying for Multiple Sources, Information Theory and Applications Workshop (ITA), February 2009, San Diego, CA (invited).   

[15] R. Dabora and A. Goldsmith, Finite-State Broadcast Channels with Feedback and Receiver Cooperation, accepted to the Information Theory Workshop (ITW), June 2009, Volos, Greece.   

 

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