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Queueing theory approach to rain fade analysis at microwave and millimeter bands in tropical Africa.
With an overwhelming demand of larger bandwidth required for high capacity data with content-rich services ranging from high-speed video streaming to multimedia content, there is a continuous need to migrate to higher ...
Channel characterization for broadband powerline communications.
The main limiting factor in broadband powerline communications is the presence of impedance discontinuities in the wired channel. This phenomenon is present in both outdoor and indoor powerline communication (PLCs) channels. ...
A flexible statistical framework for the characterization and modelling of noise in powerline communication channels.
One communication medium that has received a lot of interest in recent years is the power line channel, especially for the delivery of broadband content. This channel has been traditionally used to carry electrical power ...
Call admission control for interactive multimedia satellite networks.
Satellite communication has become an integral component of global access communication network due mainly to its ubiquitous coverage, large bandwidth and ability to support for large numbers of users over fixed and mobile ...
Signal space diversity with and without Alamouti transmit diversity using generalised selection combining.
The first contribution is based on M-ary quadrature amplitude modulation (M-QAM) constellations with signal space diversity (SSD) using a single transmit and receive antenna system in the presence of Rayleigh fading. Two ...
Cross-layer design for multimedia applications in cognitive radio networks.
The exponential growth in wireless services and the current trend of development in wireless communication technologies have resulted into an overcrowded radio spectrum band in such a way that it can no longer meet the ...