I’m Matt Carrick! My expertise is in digital signal processing systems.
I received my PhD in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Tech. My dissertation is on interference-mitigating multicarrier waveforms using cyclostationarity which resulted in a patent. I also have my MSEE and BSEE in Electrical Engineering.
M. Carrick, J. Reed, C. Spooner, Paramorphic multicarrier communications for interference mitigation
M. Carrick, J. Reed, C. Spooner, Mitigating Linear-Frequency-Modulated Pulsed Radar Interference to OFDM
M. Carrick, J. Reed, f. harris, An optimal filter for signals with time-varying cyclostationary statistics
M. Carrick, J. Reed, Exploiting the cyclostationarity of radar chirp signals with time-varying filters with GlobalSIP poster
M. Carrick, J. Reed, Improved GFDM equalization in severe frequency selective fading
M. Carrick, D. Jaeger, f. harris, Design and Application of a Hilbert Transformer in a Digital Receiver
M. Carrick, S. Sayed, C. Dietrich, J. Reed, Integration of FPGAs into SDR via Memory-Mapped I/O
Non-Primary Author Papers
M. Yao, M. Carrick, M. Sohul, V. Marojevic, C. Patterson, J. Reed, Semidefinite Relaxation-Based PAPR-Aware Precoding for Massive MIMO-OFDM Systems
M. Sohul, M. Yao, A. Abdallah, M. Carrick, V. Marojevic, J. Reed, Quality of service assurance-based auction for spectrum sharing systems
T. Koehn, M. Carrick, P. Athanas, An efficient structure for run-time configuration of synthesis and channelizer filter banks
J. Neel, S. Sayed, M. Carrick, C. Dietrich, J. Reed, PCET: A tool for rapidly estimating statistics of waveform components implemented on digital signal processors
I revamped the GNU Radio tutorials in January 2022
I self-published a book in March 2022 and February 2023
Former collegiate skeet shooter, part time softball player, aspiring fisherman.
With a little love,
and some tenderness,
we’ll walk upon the water,
we’ll rise above the mess.
– Hootie and the Blowfish
The sea became rough because a strong wind was blowing. When they had rowed about three or four miles, they saw Jesus walking on the sea and coming near the boat; and they were frightened. But he said to them, “It is I; do not be afraid.”
– John 6:18-20