David Love






B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin 

Research Areas

Communications Theory, Communication Systems with Feedback, Coding Theory, Information Theory, Wireless Communications, Applications of Subspace Packings 

Notable Experience

Research in wireless systems for Texas Instruments. Seven patents filed as a consequence of work done at TI 

Notable Awards

2003 IEEE Vehicular Technology Society Daniel E. Noble Fellowship (2003), Eta Kappa Nu (electrical engineering honor society), Tau Beta Pi (engineering honor society) 

Notable Affiliations

IEEE, SIAM, American Society for Engineering Education 


Duplex Distortion Models for Limited Feedback MIMO Communication, IEEE Transactions Information Theory (July 2004). Diversity Performance of Precoded Orthogonal Space-Time Block codes Using Limited Feedback (with R. W. Heath, Jr.), IEEE Communications Letters, Vol. 8 (May 2004). Gaussmannian Beamforming for Multiple-Input Multiple-Output Wireless Systems (with R. W. Heath, Jr. and T. Strohmer), IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, Vol. 49 (October 2003)