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Francisco Javier Garcia Gomez

Technical University of Munich

Chair of Communications Engineering (Prof. Kramer)

Postal address

Postal:
Theresienstr. 90
80333 München

Biography

  • Research Assistant at TUM since November 2016
  • Master Communications Engineering (2016), TUM
  • Bachelor Communications Engineering (2014), Technical University of Madrid, Spain

Theses

Available Theses

Bachelor's Theses

Numerical Simulation of the Optical Fiber Channel with Higher-Order Nonlinear Effects

Theses in Progress

Research Interests

Information Theory of Nonlinear Fiber Optic

The use of linear techniques for information transmission over optical fiber has reached a capacity peak. To address the ever increasing demands for data rate, it is necessary to design transmission schemes that take into account the nonlinearity of the fiber. We aim to find efficient transmission techniques and derive bounds on capacity for this nonlinear channel. Some of the research topics are:

  • Information theoretic analysis of the Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation (NLSE)
  • The Nonlinear Fourier Transform: a method to simplify the NLSE
  • Soliton communication systems
  • Channel coupling in multi-channel systems

Publications

2019

  • Garcia, J.; Aref, V.: Statistics of the Nonlinear Discrete Spectrum of a Noisy Pulse. ArXiv e-print, Jan 2019 more…

2018

  • Garcia, J.: Communication Using Eigenvalues of Higher Multiplicity of the Nonlinear Fourier Transform. Journal of Lightwave Technology 36 (23), Dec 2018, 5442-5450 more… Full text ( DOI )
  • Kramer, G.; Garcia, J.: Energy Conservation in Optical Fibers with Distributed Brick-Walls Filters. IEEE ICSEE, Dec 2018Session on Information Theory more…
  • Garcia, J.: Optical Communication Using the Nonlinear Fourier Transform. Quantum Limits of Optical Communication (QLOC) II, Sep 2018Invited talk more… Full text (mediaTUM)
  • Garcia, J.; Aref, V.: Statistics of the Eigenvalues of a Noisy Multi-Soliton Pulse. European Conference on Optical Communications (ECOC), Sep 2018 more… Full text ( DOI )
  • Garcia, J.: Optical Communication Using the Nonlinear Fourier Transform. Electrical Engineering Department, Princeton University, Aug 2018Invited talk more…
  • Garcia, J.; Ghozlan, H.; Kramer, G.: Energy Conservation in Optical Fibers with Distributed Brick-walls Filters. Rank Prize Funds symposium: Challenges to Meeting Demand Capacity on Long-Haul Optical Fibre Links, Jun 2018 more… Full text (mediaTUM)
  • Garcia, J.; Ghozlan, H.; Kramer, G.: Energy Conservation in Optical Fibers with Distributed Brick-Walls Filters. Journal of Lightwave Technology 36 (9), May 2018, 1626-1633 more… Full text ( DOI )

2017

  • Garcia, J.: Achievable Rates of Nonlinear Fourier Transform-based Optical Communication Systems. Workshop Nichtlineare Fourier Transformation der Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Sep 2017 more… Full text (mediaTUM)
  • Garcia, J.; Kramer, G.: Energy Coupling in Optical WDM Systems with Frequency-Dependent Attenuation Profile. Joint Workshop on Communications and Coding (JWCC), Mar 2017 more… Full text (mediaTUM)

2016

  • Garcia, J; Munir, J; Mezghani, A.; Nossek, J. A: A Bayesian Sparse Reconstruction Framework for Mitigation of Non-Linear Effects in OFDM Systems. IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC) 2016 Spring, May 2016 more… Full text ( DOI )
  • Roth, K; Garcia, J; Munir, J; Faerber, M.; Nossek, J. A.: Channel capacity comparison of different system concepts for mmWave. ITG Workshop on Smart Antennas, Mar 2016 more…

2015

  • Garcia, J.; Munir, J.; Mezghani, A.; Nossek, J. A.: A Hybrid Approach for Multi-User Massive MIMO Sparse Channel Estimation Based on Bayesian Recovery and Hard Thresholding. IEEE Globecom 2015, Dec 2015 more… Full text ( DOI )