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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Design and Development of Basic Physical Layer WiMAX Network Simulation Models

    This paper details and summarizes the work performed in developing computer simulation models for fixed and mobile WiMAX physical layers. The development was divided into 3 phases during which various simulation models of increasing complexity were produced. The models were coded using Matlab software. Emphasis was placed on developing source...

    Provided By Defence Research and Development Canada

  • White Papers // Jul 2008

    RFID Technology in Healthcare and Mass Casualty Incidents

    Nowadays, more and more hospitals and healthcare facilities are considering the use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology to improve the ability to accurately identify and track patients, hospital staff, medical equipment, patient samples, and blood products. A number of case studies have demonstrated that RFID technology not only makes...

    Provided By Defence Research and Development Canada

  • White Papers // Jul 2008

    RFID Technology in Healthcare and Mass Casualty Incidents

    Nowadays, more and more hospitals and healthcare facilities are considering the use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology to improve the ability to accurately identify and track patients, hospital staff, medical equipment, patient samples, and blood products. A number of case studies have demonstrated that RFID technology not only makes...

    Provided By Defence Research and Development Canada

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Design and Development of Basic Physical Layer WiMAX Network Simulation Models

    This paper details and summarizes the work performed in developing computer simulation models for fixed and mobile WiMAX physical layers. The development was divided into 3 phases during which various simulation models of increasing complexity were produced. The models were coded using Matlab software. Emphasis was placed on developing source...

    Provided By Defence Research and Development Canada