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41. Radio Frequency and Analog/Mixed-Signal Technologies for Wireless Communications
Topic: Telcommunications/Wireless
Published: 1/13/2011
Authors: Herbert S Bennett, John J. Pekarik, Margaret Huang
Abstract: Radio frequency (RF) and analog mixed-signal (AMS) technologies serve the very rapidly growing wireless communications market and represent essential and critical technologies for the success of many semiconductor manufacturers. Communications produc ...

42. An Integrated PHY and MAC Layer Model for Half-Duplex IEEE 802.11 Networks
Topic: Telcommunications/Wireless
Published: 11/2/2010
Authors: David Wesley Griffith, Michael R Souryal, Camillo A Gentile, Nada T Golmie
Abstract: This paper introduces an IEEE 802.11 analytical model that examines uplink and downlink communications between non-saturated stations and a non-saturated access point. The model integrates channel effects and collisions into a single expression for ...

43. A New Call Admission Control Scheme for Heterogeneous Wireless Networks
Topic: Telcommunications/Wireless
Published: 10/31/2010
Authors: Duk Kyung Kim, David Wesley Griffith, Nada T Golmie
Abstract: Call admission control between heterogeneous networks,such as an integrated 3GPP LTE and WLAN network, plays an important role to utilize the system resources in a more efficient way. In this paper, we propose that the preference to the WLAN is deter ...

44. A Methodology to Evaluate Wireless Technologies for the Smart Grid
Topic: Telcommunications/Wireless
Published: 10/4/2010
Authors: Michael R Souryal, Camillo A Gentile, David Wesley Griffith, David E Cypher, Nada T Golmie
Abstract: This paper presents a methodology for assessing the suitability of various wireless technologies for meeting the communication requirements of Smart Grid applications. It describes an approach for translating application requirements to link traffic ...

45. A DS-CDMA Interference Cancellation Technique for Body Area Networks
Topic: Telcommunications/Wireless
Published: 9/27/2010
Authors: Wen-Bin Yang, Kamran Sayrafian
Abstract: A low complexity Parallel Interference Cancellation (PIC) technique that is applicable to body area networks is presented. Using Direct-Sequence Code Division Multiple Access (DS-CDMA), the technique aims at suppressing interference caused by rapid c ...

46. Non-Coherent Amplify-and-Forward Generalized Likelihood Ratio Test Receiver
Topic: Telcommunications/Wireless
Published: 7/30/2010
Author: Michael R Souryal
Abstract: This paper proposes a simple non-coherent amplify-and-forward receiver for the relay channel and evaluates its diversity performance for Rayleigh fading channels. We use the generalized likelihood ratio test to obtain the decision rule in closed form ...

47. A Comprehensive Spatial-Temporal Channel Propagation Model for the Ultra-Wideband Spectrum 2-8 Ghz.
Topic: Telcommunications/Wireless
Published: 6/7/2010
Author: Camillo A Gentile
Abstract: Despite the potential for high-speed communications, stringent regulatory mandates on Ultra-Wideband (UWB) emission have hindered its commercial success. By combining resolvable UWB multipath from different directions, Multiple-Input Multiple-Output ...

48. Statistical modeling of short term fading and shadowing in Ultra-Wideband systems
Topic: Telcommunications/Wireless
Published: 5/10/2010
Author: Camillo A Gentile
Abstract: Statistical modeling of Ultra-Wideband (UWB) signals is undertaken to examine the existence of short term fading and shadowing. Based on the data collected from multiple locations and 4 different sites using a single transmitter and a 96-element rec ...

49. ZigBee-Wireless Mesh Networks for Building Automation and Control
Topic: Telcommunications/Wireless
Published: 4/12/2010
Authors: Wenqi Guo, William M Healy, Mengchu Zhou
Abstract: ZigBee is a wireless technology developed as an open global standard to address the unique needs of low-cost low-power wireless sensor networks. This standard takes full advantages of the IEEE 802.15.4 physical radio specification and operates in unl ...

50. How often and how long should a cognitive radio sense the spectrum?
Topic: Telcommunications/Wireless
Published: 4/7/2010
Author: Nader Moayeri
Abstract: This paper presents a Bayesian framework and a pricing structure for a secondary wireless user that opportunistically uses a RF channel belonging to a network of N primary users. The secondary user operates in a time-slotted fashion, where each time ...

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