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Emerging Location Aware Broadband Wireless Ad Hoc Networks is a compilation of new material on wireless networking and technology addressing several technical challenges in the field. The contributions are authored by distinguished experts who presented experimental results on their work at the recent International Symposium on Personal, Indoor, Mobile, Radio Communications (PIMRC) held in Barcelona, Spain, September 5-8, 2004.
The authors present new results on issues involving wireless LANs and ad hoc networks; mobile wireless internet and satellite applications; encoding, algorithms and performance; and issues related to overlay networks, cross layer interactions and smart antennas.
Whether you’re a telecommunications/networking specialist, systems engineer or a scientist, Emerging Location Aware Broadband Wireless Ad Hoc Networks provides valuable insight from experts in wireless networking for developing wireless systems and meeting future application requirements.
Part I: Trends in Wireless Networks; Cross-Layer Performance in Cellular WCDMA/3G Networks: Modelling and Analysis; Always on Service Intelligent Network; Cognitive Trends in Making; Multiple Antenna Systems: Frontier of Wireless Access; Fixed Relays for Next Generation Wireless Systems; Dynamic Enhancement and Optimal Utilization of CDMA Networks.- Part II: Wireless LANS and AdHoc Networks; Architecture and Prototyping of an 802.11 Based Self-Organizing Hierarchical AdHoc Wireless Network (SOHAN); Voice Capacity in IEEE 802.11 Networks; AdHoc Wireless Networking Using Mobile Backbones; Vertex-Linked Infrastructures for AdHoc Networks; Probabilistic Methods for Location Estimation in Wireless Networks.- Part III: Mobile Wireless Internet and Satellite Applications; Coping with Uncertainty in Mobile Wireless Networks; Roaming in the Global Wireless Internet; Proxy Services for the Mobile Internet; Development and Future Applications of Satellite Communications; Role of Satellites in Mobile/Wireless Systems.- Part IV: Encoding: Algorithms and Performance; Applying Near Shannon-Limit Codes to Wireless Communications; Time-Diffusion Concepts and Prool for Sensor Networks; Interference, Information and Performance in Linear Matrix Modulation.