Multiaccess, Mobility and Teletraffic for Wireless Communications
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|Format: ||Hardback, 428 pages|
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|Published In: ||Netherlands, 01 November 2000|
The convergence of wireless communication and the Internet is one of the strongest emerging markets in the telecommunications industry. This book consists of a compilation of papers on key issues related to 3G and 4G wireless communications and wireless access to next generation Internet (NGI). Included in "Multiaccess, Mobility and Teletraffic for Wireless Communications: Volume 5" are new results on space-time access schemes that can dramatically increase the achievable bit rates of wireless systems, perhaps approaching bandwidth efficiencies in the order of 10 bits/s/Hz. This book also considers broadband wireless access to NGI. Effective management of radio resources in wireless systems is necessary for high spectral efficiency and to support mobility.This book treats issues relating to handoff and channel assignment in cellular frequency reuse systems. In order to achieve quality of service (QoS) expectations in a dynamically changing wireless environment, effective error and QoS control protocols are needed. To guarantee fairness in the access to resources, medium access control (MAC) protocols are needed. Optimization of network resources traffic and mobility models are also needed, along with effective call admission control strategies. All of these topics are covered herein. Finally, this book considers future 3G and 4G wireless systems and highlights the critical challenges that must be overcome to make these systems a commercial reality. "Multiaccess, Mobility and Teletraffic for Wireless Communications: Volume 5" is an important book for researchers, students and professionals working in the area of wireless communications and mobile computing.
Table of Contents
Preface. The METRA (Multi-Element Transmit and Receive Antennas) Project; A. Perez-Neira, J.R. Fonollosa. TURBO-BLAST: A Novel Technique for Multi-transmit Multi-receive Wireless Communications; M. Sellathurai, S. Haykin. Optimal Channel Training for Multiple Antenna Systems; J. Balakrishnan, et al. Code-Aided Blind Multi-user Detection in Dispersive CDMA Channels; S. Buzzi, M. Lops. Indoor BLAST Measurements: Capacity of Multi-element Antenna Systems; P. Kyritsi, et al. The High Data Rate Evolution of the cdma2000 Cellular System; E. Esteves. User-Perceived Performance of Web-Browsing and Interactive Data Applications in TDMA Packet Wireless Networks; N.K. Shankaranarayanan, et al. Resource Allocation Schemes for Voice and Data Integration over Wireless Cellular Networks; W. Ajib, P. Godlewski. SIP-sessions between a 3G-Network and a SIP-proxy Traversing NAT-PT; G. Bajko, B. Bertenyi. Resource Allocation for Soft Handoff in Wireless Packet CDMA System; E. Dinan, et al. Adaptive Channel Borrowing Algorithm for Multimedia Wireless/Mobile Networks; M. Sherif, et al. Performance of Dynamic Channel Assignment for PRMA Protocols for Packet Switched TDMA Cellular Systems; P.H.J. Chong, C. Leung. Survivable Ad Hoc Wireless Networks: Some Design Specifications; K. Paul, et al. On the Error Statistics over a WCDMA Air Interface; M. Zorzi, et al. Energy-Efficient Downlink Power Control and Scheduling for CDMA Non-Real Time Data; F. Berggren, Seong-Lyun Kim. An Information-Theoretic Analysis to Evaluate Joint Time & Space Splitting in Random Access Algorithms; K. Sayrafian-Pour, A. Ephremides. Impact of High-End Radio Functionality in Wireless Mobile Ad Hoc Networks; N. Smavatkul, S.F. Midkiff. Performance Improvement for Streaming Services by Link Adaptation & Power Control in EGPRS Wireless Networks; K.K. Leung, et al. Power Controlled Multiple Access in Ad Hoc Networks; J.P. Monks. Achieving Fair Service in Large-scale Multiple Access Networks; Haiyun Luo, Songwu Lu. A Reservation-based Medium Access Control (MAC) Protocol for Reliable Broadcasts in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks; M.K. Marina, et al. A Medium Access Scheme for Voice, Self-Similar Traffic and Data Integration in DS-CDMA Personal Communication Networks; Guodong Zhang, S.S. Rappaport. Diffusion Model for Mobile Multimedia Traffic Based on Population Process; M. Aida, et al. Mobility Tracking and Traffic Characterization for Efficient Wireless Internet Access; Shun-Zheng Yu, et al. Statistical Properties of Measured Vehicle Motion and Teletraffic in Cellular Communications; H. Hidaka, et al. Wireless Next Generation: 4G? R. Prasad, et al. The Enhanced Access Channel in cdma2000: Overview and Performance Evaluation; A.L. Iacono, et al. Performance of Wireless LANs in Radio Channels; S.B. Slimane, M. Gidlund. Teletraffic Capacity of Hierarchical CDMA Cellular Networks; R.S. Karlsson, D. Everitt. Performance of Data Applications over a CDMA Air Interface; F. Khan, et al. Call Admission Control and Bandwidth Reallocation Algorithm for Multi-Classes of Adaptive Multimedia Service in Wireless/Mobile Networks; Yang Xiao, et al. Performance Analysis of Macrodiversity Voice/Data CDMA Systems; J.Y. Kim, G.L. Stuber. Distributed Adaptive Admission Control in Mobile Multimedia Network; M. Bozinovski, L. Gavrilovska. Transient and Approximation Approach for Connection Admission Control in CDMA Systems; Yeong Min Jang.
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