In this paper, the authors assess how coordination among base stations can be exploited to improve downlink capacity in Fourth Generation (4G) cellular networks. They focus on heterogeneous networks where low-power pico cells are deployed within the coverage area of an existing macro network with the aim of offloading traffic ...Download Now
Multicast/broadcast networks are designed for supporting potentially large user groups where many users are subscribing simultaneously to the same content, as, for example, in the case of mobile TV. Traditional cellular networks were initially designed for unicast services, and, may waste radio network resources by transmitting the same content in ...Download Now
This paper proposes FlashLinQ - a synchronous peer-to-peer wireless PHY/MAC network architecture for distributed channel allocation. By leveraging the fine-grained parallel channel access of OFDM, FlashLinQ develops an analog energy-level based signaling scheme that enables SIR (Signal to Interference Ratio) based distributed scheduling. This new signaling mechanism and the corresponding ...Download Now
This paper discusses how QUALCOMM develops new enabling technology through investment in R&D and strategic acquisitions and has fostered competition by broadly licensing the rights to use its patented technology. Further, QUALCOMM provides its customers the opportunity to easily and quickly develop and introduce their products by providing chipset and ...Download Now
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