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2010 International Symposium on Dielectrics for Nanosystems:Materials Science, Processing, Reliability, and Manufacturing (ISDN)

Nanoelectronics have reached below 100 nm. Depending on the application, the nanosystem may consist of one or more of the following types of functional components: electronic, optical, magnetic, mechanical, biological, chemical, energy sources, and various types of sensing devices. Papers are solicited in all areas of dielectric issues in nanosystems. In addition to traditional areas of semiconductor processing and packaging of nanoelectronics, emphasis will be placed on areas where multifunctional device i


2008 International Symposium on Dielectrics for Nanosystems:Materials Science, Processing, Reliability, and Manufacturing (ISDN)

Advanced semiconductor products that are true representatives of nanoelectronics have reached below 100 nm. Depending on the application, the nanosystem may consist of one or more of the following types of functional components: electronic, optical, magnetic, mechanical, biological, chemical, energy sources, and various types of sensing devices. As long as one or more of these functional devices is in 1-100 nm dimensions, the resultant system can be defined as nanosystem. Papers are solicited in all areas o


2006 International Symposium on Dielectrics for Nanosystems:Materials Science, Processing, Reliability, and Manufacturing II (ISDN)



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Communications Magazine, IEEE

IEEE Communications Magazine was the number three most-cited journal in telecommunications and the number eighteen cited journal in electrical and electronics engineering in 2004, according to the annual Journal Citation Report (2004 edition) published by the Institute for Scientific Information. Read more at http://www.ieee.org/products/citations.html. This magazine covers all areas of communications such as lightwave telecommunications, high-speed data communications, personal communications ...


Consumer Electronics, IEEE Transactions on

The design and manufacture of consumer electronics products, components, and related activities, particularly those used for entertainment, leisure, and educational purposes


Selected Areas in Communications, IEEE Journal on

All telecommunications, including telephone, telegraphy, facsimile, and point-to-point television, by electromagnetic propagation, including radio; wire; aerial, underground, coaxial, and submarine cables; waveguides, communication satellites, and lasers; in marine, aeronautical, space, and fixed station services; repeaters, radio relaying, signal storage, and regeneration; telecommunication error detection and correction; multiplexing and carrier techniques; communication switching systems; data communications; communication theory; and wireless communications.




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Security architecture in the third generation networks

A. Barba; F. Recacha; J. L. Melus Networks, 1993. International Conference on Information Engineering '93. 'Communications and Networks for the Year 2000', Proceedings of IEEE Singapore International Conference on, 1993

Second generation mobile networks, as the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) and the Digital European Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) have been studied in the environment of the European mobile communications. These networks will be used for the nineties. However, third generation mobile communications are being developed in order to join these networks and to provide a single access. This paper ...


Frame relaying service: an overview

W. S. Lai INFOCOM '89. Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Joint Conference of the IEEE Computer and Communications Societies. Technology: Emerging or Converging, IEEE, 1989

Frame relaying is a new CCITT-recommended packet-mode bearer service in ISDNs for data communications. Its major characteristics in terms of link layer multiplexing and out-of-band call control are summarized. The overview provides an introduction to frame relaying and serves as a foreword to the papers in a panel session on various aspects of frame relaying


Switch access architecture for quad voice lines with data on-demand per ISDN BRI

T. -P. Lin INFOCOM '89. Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Joint Conference of the IEEE Computer and Communications Societies. Technology: Emerging or Converging, IEEE, 1989

A single international-standard ISDN (integrated services digital network) basic rate interface (BRI) has been arranged so that a data terminal and either two, three, or four voice terminals can be operated simultaneously through the interface. The switch access architecture for quad voice lines with data-on-demand ISDN BRI (basic rate interface) is introduced. The BRI S/T interface bit framing requirements and ...


Adaptive algorithms for digital signal processing

N. Rozic; S. Rajilic; D. Begusic 8th European Conference on Electrotechnics, Conference Proceedings on Area Communication, 1988

A comparison is made of three characteristic algorithms for adaptive signal processing in ISDN (integrated-services digital network) user interfaces: a fast RLS (recursive least squares) algorithm with transversal FIR (finite impulse response) structure, an LMS (least mean squares) algorithm with transversal FIR structure, and a sign algorithm with memory filter structure. The algorithms are compared by using a simulated system ...


Working at home (ISDN role)

V. L. Bates IEEE Communications Magazine, 1992

The benefits of working at home, supported by the integrated services digital network's (ISDN) high-capacity bandwidth and public network ubiquity, are discussed. The business case for telecommuting is presented. The roles of ISDN and the communications industry in promoting telecommuting are described.<>


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Security architecture in the third generation networks

A. Barba; F. Recacha; J. L. Melus Networks, 1993. International Conference on Information Engineering '93. 'Communications and Networks for the Year 2000', Proceedings of IEEE Singapore International Conference on, 1993

Second generation mobile networks, as the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) and the Digital European Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) have been studied in the environment of the European mobile communications. These networks will be used for the nineties. However, third generation mobile communications are being developed in order to join these networks and to provide a single access. This paper ...


Frame relaying service: an overview

W. S. Lai INFOCOM '89. Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Joint Conference of the IEEE Computer and Communications Societies. Technology: Emerging or Converging, IEEE, 1989

Frame relaying is a new CCITT-recommended packet-mode bearer service in ISDNs for data communications. Its major characteristics in terms of link layer multiplexing and out-of-band call control are summarized. The overview provides an introduction to frame relaying and serves as a foreword to the papers in a panel session on various aspects of frame relaying


Switch access architecture for quad voice lines with data on-demand per ISDN BRI

T. -P. Lin INFOCOM '89. Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Joint Conference of the IEEE Computer and Communications Societies. Technology: Emerging or Converging, IEEE, 1989

A single international-standard ISDN (integrated services digital network) basic rate interface (BRI) has been arranged so that a data terminal and either two, three, or four voice terminals can be operated simultaneously through the interface. The switch access architecture for quad voice lines with data-on-demand ISDN BRI (basic rate interface) is introduced. The BRI S/T interface bit framing requirements and ...


Adaptive algorithms for digital signal processing

N. Rozic; S. Rajilic; D. Begusic 8th European Conference on Electrotechnics, Conference Proceedings on Area Communication, 1988

A comparison is made of three characteristic algorithms for adaptive signal processing in ISDN (integrated-services digital network) user interfaces: a fast RLS (recursive least squares) algorithm with transversal FIR (finite impulse response) structure, an LMS (least mean squares) algorithm with transversal FIR structure, and a sign algorithm with memory filter structure. The algorithms are compared by using a simulated system ...


Working at home (ISDN role)

V. L. Bates IEEE Communications Magazine, 1992

The benefits of working at home, supported by the integrated services digital network's (ISDN) high-capacity bandwidth and public network ubiquity, are discussed. The business case for telecommuting is presented. The roles of ISDN and the communications industry in promoting telecommuting are described.<>


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  • Foundations

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  • Analysis and Simulation of Buffered Delta Networks

    Delta networks are a class of multistage interconnection networks with gate complexity less than crossbar switches that are easy to control, and which include several networks that have been proposed in the literature as special cases. Buffered delta networks have queues of packets between the stages of the network. This paper presents analytic and simulation results for the performance of delta networks in a packet communication environment. The performance of buffered delta networks is compared with unbuffered delta networks and crossbar switches. It is demonstrated that buffering produces considerable improvement in the performance of these networks, making their performance comparable to that of crossbar switches.

  • Performance of ProcessorMemory Interconnections for Multiprocessors

    A class of interconnection networks based on some existing permutation networks is described with applications to processor to memory communication in multiprocessing systems. These networks, termed delta networks, allow a direct link between any processor to any memory module. The delta networks and full crossbars are analyzed with respect to their effective bandwidth and cost. The analysis shows that delta networks have a far better performance per cost than crossbars in large multiprocessing systems.

  • Editor&#39;s Biography

    A handy source for practicing engineers and researchers, this book offers collected examples of successful performance evaluation of high speed telecommunications switching fabrics such as ATM networks and high speed interconnection technology for computers. It emphasizes the performance evaluation of such switches as they apply to predicting a proposed system's performance through the use of statistical models -- a cost-saving way for communications engineers to test the design of a system without having to construct it.

  • Design and Analysis of Buffered Crossbars and Banyans with CutThrough Switching

    The design and approximate analyses of discrete time buffered crossbar and banyans with cut-through switching are presented. The crossbar switches can contain either (1) input FIFO queueing, (2) input ?>bypass?> queueing where the FIFO discipline is relaxed, (3) a novel scheme called ?>restricted output queueing?> where the number of simultaneous arrivals to an output queue is upper bounded, or (4) a novel combination of input FIFO and restricted output queueing. An analysis for the delay distribution of a packet leaving the network is presented. It is shown that restricted output queueing (or combined input and restricted output queueing) can rival the performance of pure output queueing, while requiring far less hardware; typically, limiting the number of simultaneous arrivals to an output queue to 2 or 3 is sufficient to ensure near optimal performance. It is shown that for light to moderate loads, cut- through switching offers significant improvements since most buffers are empty and cut-through occurs often. A comparison indicates that cut-through switching offers larger performance improvements when newer pin-limited GaAs Integrated circuits are used, rather than conventional CMOS or ECL, due to the similarity to bit-serial transmission in the newer and faster ICs with fewer pins.

  • The Performance of Multistage Interconnection Networks for Multiprocessors

    This paper studies the performance of unbuffered and buffered, packet- switching, multistage interconnection networks. We begin by reviewing the definition of banyan networks and introducing some generalizations of them. We then present an asymptotic analysis of the performance of unbuffered banyan networks, thereby solving a problem left open by Patel. We analyze the performance of the unbuffered generalized banyan networks, and compare networks with approximately equivalent hardware complexity. Finally, we analyze the performance of buffered banyan networks and again compare networks with approximately equivalent hardware complexity.

  • A SelfRouting Multistage Switching Network for Broadband ISDN

    Many switching networks have been proposed for broadband ISDN [1]. Switching networks which are capable of achieving maximum throughput of 100% either have large internal speedup [2], [3] or require large amounts of hardware [4], [5]. For example, the input-output difference self-routing network [3] and ATOM switch [2] require large internal speed-up factors. In order to maintain the non-blocking property, the internal speed of an _N_ Ã? _N_ switching network has to be _N_ times higher than the maximum rate of the incoming packets. The internal speed can be reduced by introducing parallel switching planes thereby increasing the hardware complexity. In this paper, we propose a new switching network that approaches a maximum throughput of 100% as buffering is increased. This self-routing switching network consists of simple 2 Ã? 2 switching elements, distributors, and buffers located between stages and in the output ports. The proposed switching network requires speed-up of two. The structure and the operation of the switching network are described and the performance of the switching network is analyzed.

  • About the Author

    In view of the extensive development of CCS 7 and fast-paced growth of ISDN in telecommunication networks throughout the world, this valuable resource serves as a timely reference and guide. Practical and up-to-date, Engineering Networks for Synchronization, CCS 7, and ISDN provides in-depth instruction on three important and closely related elements of the modern digital network: network synchronization, CCITT Common Channel Signaling System No. 7 (CCS 7), and Narrowband ISDN.

  • Nonblocking Copy Networks for Multicast Packet Switching

    In addition to handling point-to-point connections, a broadband packet network should be able to provide multipoint communications that are required by a wide range of applications such as teleconferencing, entertainment video, LAN bridging, and distributed data processing. The essential component to enhance the connection capability of a packet network is a _multicast packet switch_, capable of packet replications and switching, which is usually a serial combination of a copy network and a point-to-point switch. The copy, network replicates input packets from various sources simultaneously, and then copies of broadcast packets are routed to their final destination by the switch. A nonblocking, self-routing copy network with constant latency is proposed in this paper. Packet replications are accomplished by two fundamental processes, an encoding process and a decoding process. The encoding process transforms the set of copy numbers, specified in the headers of incoming packets, into a set of monotone address intervals which form new packet headers. This process is carried out by a running adder network and a set of dummy address encoders. The decoding process performs the packet replication according to the Boolean interval splitting algorithm through the broadcast banyan network. Finally, the destinations of copies are determined by the trunk number translators. At each stage of the broadcast banyan network, the decision making is based on a two-bit header information. This yields minimum complexity in the switch nodes.

  • Performance Analysis of Buffered Banyan Networks

    Banyan networks are used in multiprocessor computer applications as well as in new, high performance packet switch architectures. In this paper, we will give a classification of the most common Banyan networks and outline an analysis approach for the rather general class of Delta-_b_ networks with multiple buffers. Based on this approach, we will discuss the effects of the approximations involved and present a refined analysis algorithm for the special case of a single buffered Delta-_2_ network. The results of both algorithms will be compared with simulation results to assess their accuracy.



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