SSN College of Engineering

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  • White Papers // May 2011

    High Quality of Service on Video Streaming in P2P Networks Using FST-MDC

    Video streaming applications have newly attracted a large number of participants in a distribution network. Traditional client-server based video streaming solutions sustain precious bandwidth provision rate on the server. Recently, several P2P streaming systems have been organized to provide on-demand and live video streaming services on the wireless network at...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Fault Localization and Alarm Correlation in Optical WDM Networks

    For several high speed networks, providing resilience against failures is an essential requirement. The main feature for designing next generation optical networks is protecting and restoring high capacity WDM networks from the failures. Quick detection, identification and restoration make networks more strong and consistent even though the failures cannot be...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    A Reliable and Fault-Tolerant Routing for Optical WDM Networks

    In optical WDM networks, since each lightpath can carry a huge mount of traffic, failures may seriously damage the end-user applications. Hence fault-tolerance becomes an important issue on these networks. The light path which carries traffic during normal operation is called as primary path. The traffic is rerouted on a...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Voice Calls Over Wi-Fi

    The use of Wi-Fi enabled cell phones to access internet away from the PC is increasing day-by-day. The use of Wi-Fi enabled phones as IP phones, and their communication within a local wireless LAN is discussed in this paper. This proposed model is a form of telecommunication that allows data...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Extending the Network Lifetime Using Optimized Energy Efficient Cross Layer Module (OEEXLM) in Wireless Sensor Networks

    In wireless sensor network, the primary design is to save the energy consumption as much as possible while achieving the given task. Most of recent researches works have only focused on the individual layer issues and ignore the importance of inter working between different layers in a sensor network. This...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Extending the Network Lifetime Using Optimized Energy Efficient Cross Layer Module (OEEXLM) in Wireless Sensor Networks

    In wireless sensor network, the primary design is to save the energy consumption as much as possible while achieving the given task. Most of recent researches works have only focused on the individual layer issues and ignore the importance of inter working between different layers in a sensor network. This...

    Provided By SSN College of Engineering

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Voice Calls Over Wi-Fi

    The use of Wi-Fi enabled cell phones to access internet away from the PC is increasing day-by-day. The use of Wi-Fi enabled phones as IP phones, and their communication within a local wireless LAN is discussed in this paper. This proposed model is a form of telecommunication that allows data...

    Provided By SSN College of Engineering

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    A Reliable and Fault-Tolerant Routing for Optical WDM Networks

    In optical WDM networks, since each lightpath can carry a huge mount of traffic, failures may seriously damage the end-user applications. Hence fault-tolerance becomes an important issue on these networks. The light path which carries traffic during normal operation is called as primary path. The traffic is rerouted on a...

    Provided By SSN College of Engineering

  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Fault Localization and Alarm Correlation in Optical WDM Networks

    For several high speed networks, providing resilience against failures is an essential requirement. The main feature for designing next generation optical networks is protecting and restoring high capacity WDM networks from the failures. Quick detection, identification and restoration make networks more strong and consistent even though the failures cannot be...

    Provided By SSN College of Engineering

  • White Papers // May 2011

    High Quality of Service on Video Streaming in P2P Networks Using FST-MDC

    Video streaming applications have newly attracted a large number of participants in a distribution network. Traditional client-server based video streaming solutions sustain precious bandwidth provision rate on the server. Recently, several P2P streaming systems have been organized to provide on-demand and live video streaming services on the wireless network at...

    Provided By SSN College of Engineering