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GLOBECOM 2016 - 2016 IEEE Global Communications Conference

IEEE GLOBECOM is one of two flagship conferences of the IEEE Communications Society, together with IEEE ICC. Each year the conference attracts about 3000 submitted scientific papers. A technical program committee of more than 1,500 experts provides more than 10,000 reviews, and from this a small fraction of the submitted papers are accepted for publication and presentation at the conference. The conference meets once a year in North America and attracts roughly 2000 leading scientists and researchers and industry leaders from all around the world. IEEE GLOBECOM is therefore one of the most significant scientific events of the networking and communications community, a must-attend event for scientists and researchers from industry and academia.


2015 IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC)

IEEE WCNC is the premier wireless event for researchers, industry professionals, and academics interested in the latest development and design of wireless systems and networks. Sponsored by the IEEE Communications Society, IEEE WCNC has a long history of bringing together industry, academia, and regulatory bodies.

  • 2014 IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC)

    IEEE WCNC is the premier wireless event for researchers, industry professionals, and academics interested in the latest development and design of wireless systems and networks. Sponsored by the IEEE Communications Society, IEEE WCNC has a long history of bringing together industry, academia, and regulatory bodies.

  • 2013 IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC)

    IEEE WCNC is the premier wireless event for researchers, industry professionals, and academics interested in the latest development and design of wireless systems and networks. Sponsored by the IEEE Communications Society, IEEE WCNC has a long history of bringing together industry, academia, and regulatory bodies.

  • 2012 IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC)

    IEEE WCNC is the premier wireless event for researchers, industry professionals, academics interested in the latest development and design of wireless systems and networks. IEEE WCNC includes technical sessions, tutorials, technology and business panels. You are invited to submit papers in all areas of wireless communications, networks, services, and applications.

  • 2011 IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC)

    IEEE WCNC is the premier wireless event for researchers, industry professionals, academics interested in the latest development and design of wireless systems and networks. IEEE WCNC includes technical sessions, tutorials, technology and business panels. You are invited to submit papers in all areas of wireless communications, networks, services, and applications.

  • 2010 IEEE Wireless Communications & Networking Conference (WCNC)

    IEEE WCNC is the premier wireless event that brings together industry professionals and academics from companies, governmental agencies, and universities from around the world to exchange information on advancements in wireless communications and wireless networking technology.

  • 2009 IEEE Wireless Communications & Networking Conference (WCNC)

    WCNC is one of the world's foremost international technical conferences for engineers and researchers.


ICC 2015 - 2015 IEEE International Conference on Communications

IEEE ICC is one of the two flagship IEEE conferences in the field of communications; London is to host this conference in 2015. Each annual IEEE ICC conference typically attracts approximately 1,500-2,000 attendees, and will present over 1,000 research works over its duration. As well as being an opportunity to share pioneering research ideas and developments, the conference is also an excellent networking and publicity event, giving the opportunity for businesses and clients to link together, and presenting the scope for companies to publicise themselves and their products among the leaders of communications industries from all over the world.


IEEE INFOCOM 2014 - IEEE Conference on Computer Communications

The IEEE Conference on Computer Communications addresses key topics and issues related to computer communications, with emphasis on traffic management and protocols for both wired and wireless networks. Material is presented in a program of technical sessions, panel discussions and workshops.


2013 11th International Symposium on Modeling and Optimization in Mobile, Ad Hoc and Wireless Networks (WiOpt)

Performance analysis and simulation, algorithms and protocol design, optimization theory and application, information theoretic analysis including capacity scaling for all forms of wireless networks: cellular, metropolitan, ad hoc, delay-tolerant, mesh, sensor networks as well as any combination of these.

  • 2012 10th International Symposium on Modeling and Optimization in Mobile, Ad Hoc and Wireless Networks (WiOpt)

    Modeling and optimization of wireless network design and operations. Performance analysis and simulation, algorithms and protocol design, optimization theory and application, information theoretic analysis including capacity scaling, for all forms of wireless networks: cellular, metropolitan, ad hoc, delay-tolerant, mesh, sensor networks as well as any combination of these.

  • 2011 International Symposium of Modeling and Optimization of Mobile, Ad Hoc, and Wireless Networks (WiOpt)

    Modeling and optimization of various types of wireless networks, including mobile networks, ad hoc networks, sensor networks, and cellular networks.

  • 2010 8th International Symposium on Modeling and Optimization in Mobile, Ad Hoc and Wireless Networks (WiOpt)

    The conference intends to bring together researchers and practitioners working on modeling and optimization of wireless network design and operations. It welcomes original, high-quality works on different perspectives, including performance analysis and simulation, algorithms and protocol design, optimization theory and application, information theoretic analysis including capacity scaling, for all forms of wireless networks: cellular, metropolitan, ad hoc, delay-tolerant, mesh, sensor networks as well as a

  • 2009 7th International Symposium on Modeling and Optimization in Mobile, Ad Hoc and Wireless Networks (WiOpt)

    This symposium intends to bring together researchers and practitioners working on modeling and optimization of wireless network design and operations. It welcomes original, high-quality works on different perspectives, including performance analysis and simulation, algorithms and protocol design, optimization theory and application, information theoretic analysis including capacity scaling, for all forms of wireless networks: cellular, metropolitan, ad hoc, delay-tolerant, mesh, sensor networks as well as

  • 2008 6th International Symposium on Modeling and Optimization in Mobile, Ad Hoc and Wireless Networks (WiOpt)

    The design of wireless networks offers challenges not present in fixed networks: both the offered traffic and the network capacity depend on the mobility of the nodes. The designs should not only be functioning correctly, they are also expected to optimize the performance with respect to many criteria, such as energy efficiency, quality of service, and capacity utilization. This symposium intends to bring together researchers and practitioners working on optimization of wireless network design and operation


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Antennas and Propagation, IEEE Transactions on

Experimental and theoretical advances in antennas including design and development, and in the propagation of electromagnetic waves including scattering, diffraction and interaction with continuous media; and applications pertinent to antennas and propagation, such as remote sensing, applied optics, and millimeter and submillimeter wave techniques.


Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, IEEE

IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters (AWP Letters) will be devoted to the rapid electronic publication of short manuscripts in the technical areas of Antennas and Wireless Propagation.


Communications Letters, IEEE

Covers topics in the scope of IEEE Transactions on Communications but in the form of very brief publication (maximum of 6column lengths, including all diagrams and tables.)


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 ...


Communications Surveys & Tutorials, IEEE

Each tutorial reviews currents communications topics in network management and computer and wireless communications. Available tutorials, which are 2.5 to 5 hours in length contains the original visuals and voice-over by the presenter. IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials features two distinct types of articles: original articles and reprints. The original articles are exclusively written for IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials ...


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Compressive Data Aggregation from Poisson point process observations

Giancarlo Pastor; Ilkka Norros; Riku Jä ntti; Antonio J. Caamañ o 2015 International Symposium on Wireless Communication Systems (ISWCS), 2015

This paper introduces Stochastic Compressive Data Aggregation (S-CDA) for wireless sensor networks (WSN) under random deployments. The Poisson point process (PPP) models the random deployment, and at the same time, allows the efficient implementation of an adequate sparsifying matrix, the random discrete Fourier transform (RDFT). The signal recovery is based on the RDFT which reveals the frequency content of smooth ...


Signal model for OFDM sensing in cognitive radio

Konstantinos Koufos; Kalle Ruttik; Riku Jä ntti 2009 IEEE 20th International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications, 2009

In this paper we investigate the detection of OFDM primary signals using autocorrelation. The conventional model for signal detection in cognitive radio assumes that the primary signal is either absent or present with a fixed level. We show that the conventional model is the source of significant discrepancy between the analytical prediction of the detection algorithm and the simulations. We ...


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Integrated uni- and multicast traffic scheduling in buffered crossbar switches

Hongchao Hu; Lin Pang; Peng Yi; Yunfei Guo Communications and Networking in China, 2008. ChinaCom 2008. Third International Conference on, 2008

The CICQ switches have inherent advantages in supporting multicast traffic, and scheduling policies can be simplified to a great extent when distributed scheduling is applied. However, simulation results indicate that the increment of multicast will block unicast, and finally reduce the performance of the entire switch. To overcome this deficiency, the paper proposes a new switch called MCICQ (multicast supporting ...


HCRAS: A novel hybrid internetworking architecture between WLAN and UMTS cellular networks

Chunming Liu; Chi Zhou Second IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference, 2005. CCNC. 2005, 2005

The seamless internetworking among various communication networks is in demand to provide anywhere, anytime connectivity with high data rate and enhanced service quality. In this paper, we propose a novel internetworking architecture between WLAN and UMTS cellular networks, hybrid coupling with radio access system (HCRAS), based on IPv6, mobile IP, and fast hand off techniques. Inheriting loose coupling internetworking techniques, ...


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Compressive Data Aggregation from Poisson point process observations

Giancarlo Pastor; Ilkka Norros; Riku Jä ntti; Antonio J. Caamañ o 2015 International Symposium on Wireless Communication Systems (ISWCS), 2015

This paper introduces Stochastic Compressive Data Aggregation (S-CDA) for wireless sensor networks (WSN) under random deployments. The Poisson point process (PPP) models the random deployment, and at the same time, allows the efficient implementation of an adequate sparsifying matrix, the random discrete Fourier transform (RDFT). The signal recovery is based on the RDFT which reveals the frequency content of smooth ...


Signal model for OFDM sensing in cognitive radio

Konstantinos Koufos; Kalle Ruttik; Riku Jä ntti 2009 IEEE 20th International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications, 2009

In this paper we investigate the detection of OFDM primary signals using autocorrelation. The conventional model for signal detection in cognitive radio assumes that the primary signal is either absent or present with a fixed level. We show that the conventional model is the source of significant discrepancy between the analytical prediction of the detection algorithm and the simulations. We ...


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Integrated uni- and multicast traffic scheduling in buffered crossbar switches

Hongchao Hu; Lin Pang; Peng Yi; Yunfei Guo Communications and Networking in China, 2008. ChinaCom 2008. Third International Conference on, 2008

The CICQ switches have inherent advantages in supporting multicast traffic, and scheduling policies can be simplified to a great extent when distributed scheduling is applied. However, simulation results indicate that the increment of multicast will block unicast, and finally reduce the performance of the entire switch. To overcome this deficiency, the paper proposes a new switch called MCICQ (multicast supporting ...


HCRAS: A novel hybrid internetworking architecture between WLAN and UMTS cellular networks

Chunming Liu; Chi Zhou Second IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference, 2005. CCNC. 2005, 2005

The seamless internetworking among various communication networks is in demand to provide anywhere, anytime connectivity with high data rate and enhanced service quality. In this paper, we propose a novel internetworking architecture between WLAN and UMTS cellular networks, hybrid coupling with radio access system (HCRAS), based on IPv6, mobile IP, and fast hand off techniques. Inheriting loose coupling internetworking techniques, ...


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IEEE-USA E-Books

  • On Distributed Communications Networks

    This paper1 briefly reviews the distributed communication network concept in which each station is connected to all adjacent stations rather than to a few switching points, as in a centralized system. The payoff for a distributed configuration in terms of survivability in the cases of enemy attack directed against nodes, links or combinations of nodes and links is demonstrated. A comparison is made between diversity of assignment and perfect switching in distributed networks, and the feasibility of using low-cost unreliable communication links, even links so unreliable as to be unusable in present type networks, to form highly reliable networks is discussed. The requirements for a future all-digital data distributed network which provides common user service for a wide range of users having different requirements is considered. The use of a standard format message block permits building relatively simple switching mechanisms using an adaptive store-and-forward routing policy to handle all forms of digital data including digital voice. This network rapidly responds to changes in the network status. Recent history of measured network traffic is used to modify path selection. Simulation results are shown to indicate that highly efficient routing can be performed by local control without the necessity for any central, and therefore vulnerable, control point.

  • Index

    "This single, expertly-written volume brings you in-depth, interdisciplinary coverage of today's state-of-the-art multimedia technology--the combined work of more than 20 leaders in the field. With an emphasis on consumer electronics, the contributing authors to MULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGY FOR APPLICATIONS present the very latest advances in signal processing, communications and networking, computer databases, and circuits and systems as they relate to multimedia technology and applications. Topics covered include: multimedia systems; standards, and trends; submicro electronic enabling technologies; digital library servers; networking; multimedia signal processing and applications.MULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGY FOR APPLICATIONS is thoughtfully structured and complete with numerous figures and examples, making it of key interest to advanced student engineers and managers in industry, as well as professional engineers in need of a current, practical resource." Sponsored by: IEEE Circuits and Systems Society, IEEE Solid-State Circuits Council/Society.

  • Multiple-Symbol Differential Detection of MPSK

    A differential detection technique for MPSK, which uses multiple-symbol observation interval, is presented and its performance analyzed and simulated. The technique makes use of maximum-likelihood sequence estimation of the transmitted phases rather than symbol-by-symbol detection as in conventional differential detection. As such the performance of this multiple-symbol detection scheme fills the gap between conventional (two-symbol observation) differentially coherent detection of MPSK and ideal coherent of MPSK with differential encoding. The amount of improvement gained over conventional differential detection depends on the number of phases M and the number of additional symbol intervals added to the observation.. What is particularly interesting is that substantial performance improvement can be obtained for only one or two additional symbol intervals of observation. The analysis and simulation results presented are for uncoded MPSK.

  • Routing Procedures in Communications Networks Part I: Random ProceduresReceived September 25, 1962. This work was supported by the U. S. Continental Army Command under Air Force Contract AF 19 (604)5200.

    A study is made of possible routing procedures in military communications networks in order to evaluate these procedures in terms of future tactical requirements. In Part I this study is devoted to procedures involving random choices. In such networks each message path is essentially a random walk. Estimates of the average traverse time of each message and average traffic flow through each node are derived by statistical methods under reasonable assumptions on the operating characteristics of the network for various typical random routing procedures. This paper does not purport to present a complete system design. Many design questions, common to all network routing problems - response to temporary loss of links or nodes, rules for handling of message priorities, etc. - are not considered here. It is shown that random routing procedures are highly inefficient but extremely stable. A comparison of these theoretical results with the results of an extended computer simulation effort lends support to their reliability, discrepancies being accounted for by the simplifying nature of the statistical assumptions. It is suggested that in circumstances where the need for stability outweighs the need for efficiency, this type of network might be advantageously employed.

  • About the Editors

    "This single, expertly-written volume brings you in-depth, interdisciplinary coverage of today's state-of-the-art multimedia technology--the combined work of more than 20 leaders in the field. With an emphasis on consumer electronics, the contributing authors to MULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGY FOR APPLICATIONS present the very latest advances in signal processing, communications and networking, computer databases, and circuits and systems as they relate to multimedia technology and applications. Topics covered include: multimedia systems; standards, and trends; submicro electronic enabling technologies; digital library servers; networking; multimedia signal processing and applications.MULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGY FOR APPLICATIONS is thoughtfully structured and complete with numerous figures and examples, making it of key interest to advanced student engineers and managers in industry, as well as professional engineers in need of a current, practical resource." Sponsored by: IEEE Circuits and Systems Society, IEEE Solid-State Circuits Council/Society.

  • The Effects of Time Delay Spread on Portable Radio Communications Channels with Digital Modulation

    Frequency-selective fading caused by multipath time delay spread degrades digital communication channels by causing inter-symbol interference, thus resulting in an irreducible BER and imposing a upper limit on the data symbol rate. In this paper, a frequency-selective, slowly fading channel is studied by computer simulation. The unfiltered BPSK, QPSK, OQPSK, and MSK modulations are considered first to illustrate the physical insights and the error mechanisms. Two classes of modulation with spectral-shaping filtering are studied next to assess the tradeoff between spectral occupancy and the performance under the influence of time delay spread. The simulation is very flexible so that different channel parameters can be studied and optimized either individually or collectively. The irreducible BER averaged over fading samples with a given delay profile is used to compare different modulation/detection methods, while the cumulative distribution of short-term BER is employed to show allowable data symbol rates for given values of delay spread. It is found that both GMSK and QPSK with a raised-cosine Nyquist pulse are suitable for a TDM/TDMA digital portable communications channel.

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    The application of mathematical analysis to wireless networks has met with limited success, due to the complexity of mobility and traffic models, coupled with the dynamic topology and the unpredictability of link quality that characterize such networks. The ability to model individual, independent decision makers whose actions potentially affect all other decision makers makes game theory particularly attractive to analyze the performance of ad hoc networks. Game theory is a field of applied mathematics that describes and analyzes interactive decision situations. It consists of a set of analytical tools that predict the outcome of complex interactions among rational entities, where rationality demands a strict adherence to a strategy based on perceived or measured results. In the early to mid-1990's, game theory was applied to networking problems including flow control, congestion control, routing and pricing of Internet services. More recently, there has been growing interest in ado ting game-theoretic methods to model today's leading communications and networking issues, including power control and resource sharing in wireless and peer-to-peer networks. This work presents fundamental results in game theory and their application to wireless communications and networking. We discuss normal-form, repeated, and Markov games with examples selected from the literature. We also describe ways in which learning can be modeled in game theory, with direct applications to the emerging field of cognitive radio. Finally, we discuss challenges and limitations in the application of game theory to the analysis of wireless systems. We do not assume familiarity with game theory. We introduce major game theoretic models and discuss applications of game theory including medium access, routing, energy-efficient protocols, and others. We seek to provide the reader with a foundational understanding of the current research on game theory applied to wireless communications and networkin .

  • Data Transmission by FrequencyDivision Multiplexing Using the Discrete Fourier Transform

    The Fourier transform data communication system is a realization of frequency- division multiplexing (FDM) in which discrete Fourier transforms are computed as part of the modulation and demodulation processes. In addition to eliminating the banks of subcarrier oscillators and coherent demodulators usually required in FDM systems, a completely digital implementation can be built around a special-purpose computer performing the fast Fourier transform. In this paper, the system is described and the effects of linear channel distortion are investigated. Signal design criteria and equalization algorithms are derived and explained. A differential phase modulation scheme is presented that obviates any equalization.

  • A Statistical Model for Indoor Multipath Propagation

    The results of indoor multipath propagation measurements using 10 ns, 1.5 GHz, radarlike pulses are presented for a medium-size office building. The observed channel was very slowly time varying, with the delay spread extending over a range up to about 200 ns and rms values of up to about 50 ns. The attenuation varied over a 60 dB dynamic range. A simple statistical multipath model of the indoor radio channel is also presented, which fits our measurements well, and more importantly, appears to be extendable to other buildings. With this model, the received signal rays arrive in clusters. The rays have independent uniform phases, and independent Rayleigh amplitudes with variances that decay exponentially with cluster and ray delays. The clusters, and the rays within the cluster, form Poisson arrival processes with different, but fixed, rates. The clusters are formed by the building superstructure, while the individual rays are formed by objects in the vicinities of the transmitter and the receiver.

  • Bottleneck Flow Control

    The problem of optimally choosing message rates for users of a store-and- forward network is analyzed. Multiple users sharing the links of the network each attempt to adjust their message rates to achieve an ideal network operating point or an ideal tradeoff point between high throughput and low delay. Each user has a fixed path or virtual circuit. In this environment, a basic definition of ideal delay-throughput tradeoff is given and motivated. This definition concentrates on a fair allocation of network resources at network bottlenecks. This ideal policy is implemented via a decentralized algorithm that achieves the unique set at optimal throughputs. All sharers constrained by the same bottleneck are treated fairly by being assigned equal throughputs. A generalized definition of ideal tradeoff is then introduced to provide more flexibility in the choice of message rates. With this definition, the network may accommodate users with different types of message traffic. A transformation technique reduces the problem of optimizing this performance measure to the problem of optimizing the basic measure.



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IEEE Standard Definitions of Terms for Radio Wave Propagation

Delete some obsolete terms, add new terms, refine language in some existing terms.


IEEE Standard for Distributed Interactive Simulation - Communication Services and Profiles

This standard is part of a proposed set of standards for DIS applications. Each standard in the proposed set describes one or more of the several elements that constitute the DIS environment. As a whole, the set of standards will define an interoperable simulated battle environment. This particular standard addresses the communications services to be used to support distributed interactive ...


IEEE Standard for Information Technology Test Methods for Measuring Conformance to X.400 Based Electronic Messaging Application Program Interfaces (API) [Language Independent]


IEEE Standard for Information Technology — Telecommunications and Information Exchange Between Systems — Local and Metropolitan Area Networks — Specific Requirements - Part 11: Wireless LAN Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY) Specifications Amendment 3: 3650–3700 MHz Operation in USA


IEEE Standard for Information Technology—Directory Services C Language Interfaces—Binding for Application Program Interface (API)


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