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  • White Papers // Mar 2011

    Optimal Channel Allocation With Dynamic Power Control in Cellular Networks

    Techniques for channel allocation in cellular networks have been an area of intense research interest for many years. An efficient channel allocation scheme can significantly reduce call-blocking and call dropping probabilities. Another important issue is to effectively manage the power requirements for communication. An efficient power control strategy leads to...

    Provided By University of Windsor

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Pedagogy for Mobile ICT Learning Using Video-Conferencing Technology

    The objective of this paper is to describe the pedagogical and related organizational approaches implemented for mobile learning utilized between a school board and its partnered institutions: Faculties of Education and research institutes. While the two learning events described here were intended to provide mobile ICT-enabled and collaborative learning opportunities...

    Provided By University of Windsor

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Design and Implementation of a Testbed for IEEE 802.15.4 (Zigbee) Performance Measurements

    IEEE 802.15.4, commonly known as ZigBee, is a Media Access Control (MAC) and physical layer standard specifically designed for short range wireless communication where low rate, low power, and low bandwidth are required. This makes ZigBee an ideal choice when it comes to sensor networks for monitoring data collection and/or...

    Provided By University of Windsor

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    IP Mobility Scheme for Multi-Hop WiMAX

    The increased presence of smart phone devices with increased capabilities, such as the Blackberry and iPhone, has driven up public awareness and demand for mobile, constantly connected, high speed internet access. Furthermore, with modern vehicles having more intelligent services (such as navigation, media and safety systems), the demand for broadband...

    Provided By University of Windsor

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Pedagogy for Mobile ICT Learning Using Video-Conferencing Technology

    The objective of this paper is to describe the pedagogical and related organizational approaches implemented for mobile learning utilized between a school board and its partnered institutions: Faculties of Education and research institutes. While the two learning events described here were intended to provide mobile ICT-enabled and collaborative learning opportunities...

    Provided By University of Windsor

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    IP Mobility Scheme for Multi-Hop WiMAX

    The increased presence of smart phone devices with increased capabilities, such as the Blackberry and iPhone, has driven up public awareness and demand for mobile, constantly connected, high speed internet access. Furthermore, with modern vehicles having more intelligent services (such as navigation, media and safety systems), the demand for broadband...

    Provided By University of Windsor

  • White Papers // Mar 2011

    Optimal Channel Allocation With Dynamic Power Control in Cellular Networks

    Techniques for channel allocation in cellular networks have been an area of intense research interest for many years. An efficient channel allocation scheme can significantly reduce call-blocking and call dropping probabilities. Another important issue is to effectively manage the power requirements for communication. An efficient power control strategy leads to...

    Provided By University of Windsor

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Design and Implementation of a Testbed for IEEE 802.15.4 (Zigbee) Performance Measurements

    IEEE 802.15.4, commonly known as ZigBee, is a Media Access Control (MAC) and physical layer standard specifically designed for short range wireless communication where low rate, low power, and low bandwidth are required. This makes ZigBee an ideal choice when it comes to sensor networks for monitoring data collection and/or...

    Provided By University of Windsor