Researcher Information - Dr Graeme Woodward


Personal Details

Name Dr Graeme K Woodward
Affiliation Agere Research
Agere Systems Australia
Contact Details Level 3, 11-17 Khartoum Road
North Ryde, NSW
Phone: +61 2 8467 7716
Fax: +61 2 8467 7777
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Biography

Graeme K. Woodward (S'94-M'99) was awarded B.Sc and BE and Ph.D. degrees from The University of Sydney in 1990, 1992 and 1999 respectively. From 1991 to 1994 he worked at Alcatel Australia in digital switching systems. During PhD studies he was a visiting researcher at Yokohama National University, Japan, during 1996 and at Northwestern University, USA, during 1998. During 1999-2000 he worked with Southern-Poro Communications, Sydney, in channel modeling, 3G cellular systems and multiuser detection for CDMA, in collaboration with The University of Oulu, Finland.

In 2001 he joined Bell Laboratories Research, Lucent Technologies, Sydney, Australia, researching 3G systems, multi-antenna systems, multiuser detection, interference suppression and adaptive digital filter algorithms for equalisation.

In 2003 he joined Agere Systems Australia, a centre of excellence in research and development of application specific integrated circuits targetted at wireless networks for 3rd generation and beyond.

Linkages and Collaboration

Wireless Futures
ICT Centre
CSIRO
Participation in multi-antenna wireless forum
School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
University of Newcastle
Joint research projects, linkage grant, student supervision, guest lecturing

Areas of Expertise

Research Areas Communications Theory; Error Control Coding; Signal Processing; Wireless Access; Space-Time Communications;
Application Areas Broadband Communications; Mobile Communications; Wireless Data Communications;

Selected Publications

  1. Benjamin Widdup, Graeme Woodward and Geoff Knagge. A Highly-Parallel VLSI Architecture for a List Sphere Detector. In Proceedings of the Proceedings, to appear June 2004, Paris, France, 20-24 June 2004. [ Abstract ]
  2. Michael Honig, Graeme Woodward and Yakun Sun. Adaptive iterative multiuser decision feedback detection. IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, 2004. [ Abstract ]
  3. Graeme Woodward, Rapeepat Ratasuk, Michael Honig and Predrag Rapajic. Minimum mean-squared error multiuser decision-feedback detectors for DS-CDMA. IEEE Transactions on Communications, vol. 50, pp. 2104-2122, December 2002. [ Abstract ]
  4. Graeme Woodward and Branka Vucetic. Adaptive detection for DS-CDMA. IEEE Proceedings, pp. 2043-2049, July 1998. [ Abstract ]
  5. Linda Davis, David Garrett, Graeme Woodward, Mark Bickerstaff and Francis Mullany. System architecture and ASICs for a MIMO 3GPP-HSDPA receiver. In Proceedings of the Spring Vehicular Technology Conference, 2003, pages 818-822, Jeju, Korea, April 3. [ Abstract ]
  6. David Garrett, Linda Davis and Graeme Woodward. 19.2 Mbit/s 4 x 4 BLAST/MIMO detector with soft ML outputs. IEE Electronics Letters, vol. 39, pp. 233-235, 23 January 3. [ Abstract ]
  7. Graeme Woodward, Laurence Mailaender and Sivarama Venkatesan. Chip equalisation for third generation MIMO high data-rate applications. In Proceedings of the IEEE Sensor Array and Multichannel Signal Processing Workshop, pages 590-593, Rosslyn, August 2. [ Abstract ]