Wireless and Optical Communications    (WOC 2002)

July 17 – 19, 2002
Banff, Canada
Editor(s): N. C. Beaulieu and L. Hesselink
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Track Plenary Paper FreeSubscription
356-149 Development of Efficient CAD Tools for the Simulation of RFIC and MMIC Package
R. Mittra (USA)
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Track Antennas and Arrays FreeSubscription
356-028 3-D Source Position Determination using Vector Correlation in a Ring Array
R. Feick (Chile), H.D. Hristov (Bulgaria), S. Villanueva and W. Grote (Chile)
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356-114 A CID Approach to Multi-user Channel Estimation for OFDM in SDMA
A.A. Tahat and D.R. Ucci (USA)
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356-119 Electronically Small Microstrip Antenna with Width Discontinuities
C.S. Lee and K.-H. Tseng (USA)
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356-132 A Fast RLS-CM Algorithm for Blind Adaptive Beamforming
Y. Chen, T. Le-Ngoc, and B. Champagne (Canada)
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356-250 Energy Efficient Broadcast with Sectored Antennas in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
G. Lin and G. Noubir (USA)
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Track CDMA Systems FreeSubscription
356-043 Software Implementation and Performance Evaluation of WCDMA Physical Layer
T. Kim, J. Lee, and S.-C. Park (Korea)
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356-044 On the Capacity of a Hybrid CDMA/WDMA System
P.-H. Chang (Taiwan)
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356-045 A Comparison Study of 3G System Proposals: CDMA2000 vs. WCDMA
E.A. Yavuz and V. Leung (Canada)
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356-058 MAC Protocol for TDD-CDMA with Packet Drop Scheduling
J.X. Mei and K.-S. Chung (Australia)
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356-075 Probability of Error for a Two-states CDMA Receiver
L. Mucchi, L.S. Ronga, and E. Del Re (Italy)
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356-139 Kalman Distributed Power Control Algorithm for CDMA Mobile Communication Systems
M. Elmusrati and H. Koivo (Finland)
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356-156 Wideband CDMA Receivers for 3G Wireless Communications: Algorithm and Implementation Study
A.O. Dahmane and D. Massicotte (Canada)
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356-209 A Class-based Power Control Algorithm for CDMA Systems
K.K. Leung, C.W. Sung, and T.M. Lok (PRC)
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356-219 Throughput Improvement by Retransmission Optimization in CDMA Random Access Networks
M.Z. Ali and M. Torlak (USA)
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356-225 A Decoupled Kalman Filter Technique for Multiuser Detection of Pulse Amplitude Modulation CDMA
J. Dunyak, C. Suprin, S. Kumaresan, and B. Flanagan (USA)
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356-230 A Generalized Scheduling Algorithm for HRPD Wireless Networks
P.A. Hosein (USA)
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356-242 Nonlinear Parallel Interference Cancellation for Multiuser DS–CDMA Systems in Non-Gaussian Noise
S. Sánchez-Urrieta, V.Y. Kontorovich, and M. Lara (Mexico)
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Track Turbo Codes FreeSubscription
356-038 Iterative Satellite Transceiver
S.A. Barbulescu (Australia)
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356-046 Turbo Decoding for Hard-detected Signals of Fiber Optical Communications
C. Zheng, T. Yamazato, H. Okada, M. Katayama, and A. Ogawa (Japan)
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356-084 A Fast Channel Estimation Scheme for Turbo-Codes Application in the Co-channel Interfering Mobile Radio Environment
J. Horikoshi and H. Hisata (Japan)
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356-090 Transmission of Non-uniform Memoryless Sources over Wireless Fading Channels via Non-systematic Turbo Codes
G.-C. Zhu, F. Alajaji, J. Bajcsy, and P. Mitran (Canada)
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356-154 Differential Turbo Coded Modulation over Unsynchronized Channels
S. Howard, C. Schlegel, L. Pérez, and F. Jiang (USA)
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356-196 Efficient Cyclic Redundancy Checks for Turbo Coding
F. Zhai and I.J. Fair (Canada)
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Track OFDM Technology FreeSubscription
356-073 An Efficient Algorithm for Reducing the Peak Power in an AM-OFDM Signal
A. Walambe, M. Caggiano, J. Evans, and Z. Gajic (USA)
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356-077 A Subspace Method for Blind Channel Identification and Equalization in OFDM Systems
H. Ali and A. Doucet (Australia), and Y. Hua (USA)
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356-105 Performance of OFDM-CPM Signals over Wireless Fading Channels
I.A. Tasadduq and R.K. Rao (Canada)
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356-152 Collision Detection and Resolution via Frequency Offset Estimation in OFDM based Wireless LAN Environment
Z. Cao, U. Tureli, and Y.-D. Yao (USA)
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356-204 Performance Analysis of a Frequency Offset Correction Method for an OFDM System
S. Rauhala, N. Birkett, and J. Wight (Canada)
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356-240 OFDM Synchronizer Implementation for an IEEE 802.11a Compliant Modem
A. Troya, K. Maharatna, M. Krstić, E. Grass, and R. Kraemer (Germany)
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Track Optical Components FreeSubscription
356-034 Pulse Switching Dynamics in Nonlinear Directional Couplers with Two Nonidentical Cores
M. Liu, P. Shum, and Z. Shen (Singapore)
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356-062 Effects of Stimulated Scattering on the Gain of Erbium Doped Fiber Amplifiers
H. Aghababaeian and T. Toosi (Iran)
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356-081 Polarization Mode Dispersion Mitigation for 40Gbits/s NRZ Optical Communication Systems
G. Lorenzetto, A. Galtarossa, M. Santagiustina, C.G. Someda, L. Palmieri, and R. Fiorone (Italy)
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356-109 Generation of Subterahertz Ultrashort Soliton Train in Optical Fibers
A.H. Tehranchi (Iran)
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356-134 Multi-channel Dispersion Slope Compensation using a Novel Sampled Fiber Grating
J.J. Pan, F. Zhou, Y. Liu, and C. Gu (USA)
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356-175 Parametric Amplifiers with Increased Gain Bandwidth and Uniformity
C.J. McKinstrie, S. Radic, and A.R. Chraplyvy (USA)
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Track Optical Networks FreeSubscription
356-049 Connection Admission Control in IP over Optical Networks
X.M. Niu, W.D. Zhong, and G.X. Shen (Singapore)
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356-066 FEC Codes for Optical Transmission Systems at 40 Gbits/s
F. Osnato, F. Scalise, M. Siti, and M. Ferrari (Italy)
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356-079 Performance Improvement of DS-CDMA Signal through MZ Modulatorin Optical SCM Signal Transmission with Rake Receiver
H.-J. Kim and M.-S. Lim (Korea)
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356-108 Measurement of Linear Optical Crosstalk for Bit Error Rate Estimation by using Spread Spectrum Measurement Symbols
T. Welsch and K. Jobmann (Germany)
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356-146 The Relative Utility of Three Optical Network Properties in Future Dynamic Optical Networks
M. MacGregor, D. Stamatelakis, and R. Iraschko (Canada)
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Track Fading Channels FreeSubscription
356-048 Mobile-speed-based Closed-loop Power Control with Adaptive Step Size
S. Lee, H. Cho, and S.-C. Park (Korea)
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356-095 Implementation of Self-encoded Spread Spectrum Multiple Access with Convolutional Coding
J.H. Jung, W.M. Jang and L. Nguyen (USA)
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356-100 Finite-state Markov Models for Total Power of Two Correlated Rayleigh Fading Channels
W. Tang and S.A. Kassam (USA)
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356-115 Estimating the Block Error Rate at the Output of the Frame Selector in the UMTS System
D. Avidor (USA), C. Hartmann (Germany), and S. Mukherjee (USA)
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356-136 A Wavelet-based Approach to Channel Estimation
Y. Qi and H. Kobayashi (USA)
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356-143 New Method for Calculating Pair-wise Error Probability of Space-time Signals
C.C. Ko and M. Tianyu (Singapore)
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356-172 A Practical Analysis using the Wavelet Transform for High Resolution Radar Signal Processing
T. Le-Tien (Vietnam)
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356-184 Rake Receiver Performance on Fading Multipath Channels in W-CDMA Systems
N.V. Adnani, R.J.C. Bultitude, and R.H.M. Hafez (Canada)
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356-187 Channel Time-variance for Fixed Wireless Communications: Modeling and Impact
S. Thoen, L. Van der Perre, and M. Engels (Belgium)
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356-189 Extension of Blind Bayesian Equalization Algorithms for Multiuser Detection
L.M. San José-Revuelta and J. Cid-Sueiro (Spain)
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356-192 Chip-interleaving DS/SS System for Mobile Communications over Fast Fading Channel
X. Gui (Singapore)
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356-239 Optimizing the Downlink for Mobile Wireless Devices
M. Methfessel, H. Frankenfeldt, K.F. Dombrowski, and R. Kraemer (Germany)
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356-249 Multiwavelet-based Fractal Modulation
Z. Zhang and J. Ilow (Canada)
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Track Bluetooth and IEEE 802.11 FreeSubscription
356-061 Bluerings – Bluetooth Scatternets with Ring Structures
C.-C. Foo and K.-C. Chua (Singapore)
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356-064 An Efficient Multi-slot Transmission Scheme for Bluetooth Systems
C.Y. Lee and K.W. Sung (Korea)
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356-089 The Implementation of a Wireless LAN
R.R. Henry and P.J. Veltsos (USA)
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356-141 Building Efficient Bluetooth Scatternet Topologies from 1-Factors
S. Baatz, C. Bieschke, M. Frank, P. Martini, C. Scholz, and C. Kühl (Germany)
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356-159 Architectural Considerations on a Bluetooth based Guidance System
P. Jäppinen and J. Porras (Finland)
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356-207 RealMedia Streaming Performance on an IEEE 802.11b Wireless LAN
T. Kuang and C. Williamson (Canada)
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356-237 On Optimum Packet Length for IEEE 802.11 Ad-Hoc Wireless Networks
R. Pai, R. Rao, V. Ramarao, and M. Aburdene (USA)
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Track WDM Systems FreeSubscription
356-072 Burst Scheduling based on Time-slotting and Fragmentation in WDM Optical Burst Switched Networks
G. Mohan, M. Ashish, and K. Akash (Singapore)
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356-082 Wavelength Continuous WDM Networks with Non-uniform Service Rates
L.L.H. Andrew (Australia)
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356-111 On the Joint Routing and Wavelength Planning in WDM Networks
S. Chamberland (Canada)
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356-116 Comparison of FWM- and XPM-induced Crosstalk for Single Span Analysis
B. Xu and M. Brandt-Pearce (USA)
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356-160 An Adaptive Wavelength Partitioning Scheme for Providing QoS in Optical WDM Networks
R.K. Shenai, N.M. Bhide, and K.M. Sivalingam (USA)
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356-206 Minimizing Number of FBGS in Optical Switches using Redirectional Circulators
M.R. Madani and S. Palakodety (USA)
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356-251 Cost-effective Approaches for Circuit Construction in WDM SONET Rings
L. Li, S. Scott, and J. Deogun (USA)
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Track IP Mobility FreeSubscription
356-022 Proactive Mobility for Future IP Wireless Access Networks
T. Pagtzis and P. Kirstein (UK)
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356-025 An Architectural Approach to Service Access in Wireless ADHOC Networks
S. Baydere and M.A. Ergin (Turkey)
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356-063 An Adaptive Web System for Heterogeneous Browsing Devices
M.-E. Lin and R.-H. Jan (Taiwan)
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356-150 Router-based Traffic Engineering in MPLS/Diffserv/HMIP Radio Access Networks
D.A. Barlow, H.L. Owen, V. Vassiliou (USA), J. Grimminger, H.-P. Huth, and J. Sokol (Germany)
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356-234 A MPLS Framework for Macro- and Micro-mobility Management
K. Xie and V.C.M. Leung (Canada)
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356-235 Mobility Prediction Model for Cellular Networks based on the Observed Traffic Patterns
A. Jayasuriya and J. Asenstorfer (Australia)
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Track Quality of Service FreeSubscription
356-088 An End-to-end QoS Management Framework for Streaming Services in 3G Mobile Networks
H. Montes, G. Gómez, and J.F. Paris (Spain)
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356-163 A Framework for Policy-based Quality of Service (QoS) in an LMDS Wireless Networks
R. Parthasarathy, C.W. Bostian, L.A. DaSilva, S.F. Midkiff, and T.M. Callahan (USA)
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356-191 QoS Management for Adaptive Applications Supporting Mobility and End-to-end Guarantees
M. Matthes, J. Bachmann, O. Drobnik, and U. Krieger (Germany)
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356-193 Decoupling of TCP Congestion Control and Loss Recovery for Wireless Network
Y.S. Liaw, Q. Yin, J. Liew, and W. Seah (Singapore)
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356-211 Implementing Certificate Validation Servers for Improved M-commerce Performance
S. Russell (Australia)
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356-245 The Application of Middleware to Wireless Applications
H.M. Abdu (USA)
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356-253 Call Admission Control and Class Assignment in Hybrid IntServ/DiffServ Networks
S. Valaee (Canada)
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Track Mobile Computing and Tracking FreeSubscription
356-029 Digital Signatures for Automobiles?!
L. Gollan and C. Meinel (Germany)
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356-078 Reconfigurable Radio: How to Make Multimedia Mobile
R. Kokozinski, D. Greifendorf, J. Stammen, and P. Jung (Germany)
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356-091 Dynamic Web Pages for Location-based Services
S.-Z. Yu, B.L. Mark, and H. Kobayashi (USA)
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356-094 Mobile Infostations: A Paradigm for Wireless Data Communications
D. Cavalcanti, D. Sadok, and J. Kelner (Brazil)
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356-181 On Achievable Bound for Non-line-of-sight Geolocation
Y. Qi and H. Kobayashi (USA)
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356-203 Map-based Mobile Positioning System: A Feasibility Study
S.S. Saab and S.M. El Kabbout (Lebanon)
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356-246 A Software based Indoor Relative Location Management System
Z.G. Zhou, A. Seneviratne, R. Chan, and P. Chumchu (Australia)
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Track Special Session I: Data Networks FreeSubscription
356-086 Analyzing the Optimal Threshold Level for Adaptive Modulation in the Wireless ATM Networks
J.M.C. Brito and I.S. Bonatti (Brazil)
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356-093 A Simulation Study of P-Mul Multicasting Protocol Enhanced by Ideal FEC Code
J. Tovirac and W. Zhang (Australia)
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356-142 Finite State Machines for Information Collection and Assessment on High-Speed Data Networks
P.C. Hershey and C.B. Silio (USA)
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356-165 Energy Conservation and the Impact of Extended Carrier Sense
I. Batsiolas and I. Nikolaidis (Canada)
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356-213 A Study of Effective Utilization of Label Space over MPLS Network Title
S.-W. Lee and K.-J. Han (Korea)
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356-238 MacSim – A Framework for MAC and LAC Protocols Analysis on 3G Mobile Communication Systems
L.H. Rezende Barbosa and G.R. Mateus (Brazil)
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356-252 Design and Performance Evaluation of G.983 based on Request-Counter MAC Protocol for ATM-PON
J. Jang and S. Jang (Korea)
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Track Channel Allocation and Resource Management FreeSubscription
356-019 Dynamic Channel Allocation using a Genetic Algorithm for a TDD Broadband Fixed Wireless Access Network
S.H. Wong and I.J. Wassell (UK)
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356-055 The Channel Allocation with Loading Forecast in Wireless/Mobile Networks
Y.-F. Huang and P.-S. Chang (Taiwan)
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356-057 Filtered Gibbs Sampler for Estimating Blocking in Product Form Networks
L.L.H. Andrew and F.J. Vázquez-Abad (Australia)
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356-112 A Hybrid Channel Allocation Scheme in a Wireless Mobile Environment
W. Li, A. Huebel, and R. Henry (USA)
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356-121 Safe and Effective Packet Resource Management by SIR Measurement
G. Lee, B. Lee, and S.-C. Park (Korea)
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356-145 Adaptive Allocation of Resources based on Real-time Network Load in 3G Wireless Communication Network
M.-S. Hsieh, C.-N. Lee, C.-W. Chiang, and M.-S. Jian (Taiwan)
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356-147 An Efficient Reliable Multicasting Protocol for Micro-cellular Wireless Networks
D. Kim (USA), J. Park, and Y. Choi (Korea)
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356-167 Connecting Multiple Operators to a Regional Network
M. Juutilainen, J. Ikonen, and J. Porras (Finland)
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Track Handoff and Routing FreeSubscription
356-051 Route Re-optimization in Optical Shared Mesh Networks
S. Datta and Z. Bogdanowicz (USA)
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356-052 Inband Crosstalk Analysis in Wavelength-routing based Photonic Packet Buffers
F. Wei, W.D. Zhong, X. Yi, and C. Lu (Singapore)
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356-135 On the Effect of the Size of the Pre-reservation Area on Handoff Performance in Wireless Cellular Networks
Z. Ye, S.V. Krishnamurthy, and S.K. Tripathi (USA)
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356-188 A Multilayer Architecture for Optimizing the Handover Call Blocking Probability in Cellular Networks
K. Ioannou, S. Louvros, S. Kotsopoulos, A. Ioannou, and I. Panoutsopoulos (Greece)
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356-215 Performance Improvement of Inter-system Handoff for IMT-2000
D. Kim, H. Choo, H.Y. Youn, and K. Kim (Korea)
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356-222 A Constraint Resource Planning Algorithm for Deadline based Packet Forwarding for Overlay Networking
J.I. Khan and N. Bantan (USA)
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356-228 A Delay Minimization Multicast Routing Protocol in Multihop Wireless Network
Z. Liu, W. Weber, and K. Surendran (USA)
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356-236 Stochastic Complementation Applied to the Analysis of Blocking Probabilities in Cellular Networks
A. Jayasuriya and K. Doğançay (Australia)
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Track Signal Processing and Applications FreeSubscription
356-026 Efficient Technique for Distortions Modeling of Broadband Power Amplifiers
W. Bejaoui, F. Choubani, and A. Bouallegue (Tunisia)
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356-030 A Bit Rate Reduction Technique for Standard MELP Vocoder for a Possible Wireless Communications System’s Performance Enhancement
H. Gokhan Ilk, S. Tugac, A. Akbulut, and Z. Telatar (Turkey)
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356-087 Phase-difference Interpolating SHPD-PLL Frequency Synthesizer with Optimized Loop Gain Control
M. Nanbu, T. Oie, T. Iritani (Japan)
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356-144 Joint Source-channel Decoding for MPEG-4 Coded Video over Wireless Channels
K.P. Subbalakshmi and Q. Chen (USA)
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356-173 Wireless Speech Recognition using Fixed Point Mixed Excitation Linear Prediction (MELP) Vocoder
D. Acar, M. Haydar Karci, H. Gokhan Ilk, and M. Demirekler (Turkey)
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356-185 Enhanced Vestigial Side Band Transmission for North-American HDTV Terrestrial Broadcast
A. Touzni, C. Strolle, M. Fimoff, and V. Bretl (USA)
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356-214 An FIR Cascade Forward-backward Predictor with Application in Speech Coding
M. Vaklev and H.-G. Yeh (USA)
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Track Special Session II: Mobile Ad Hoc Networking and Protocols FreeSubscription
356-015 Power-Aware Broadcasting and Activity Scheduling in Ad Hoc Wireless Networks using Connected Dominating Sets
J. Wu, B. Wu (USA), and I. Stojmenovic (Canada)
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356-106 Link-availability Forecast in Highly Dynamic Manets
W.G. Gikaru and A. Schill (Germany)
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356-107 A Rendezvous Reservation Protocol for Low Power Wireless Infrastructure
W. Chen (USA), T.D. Todd (Canada), and K. Sivalingam (USA)
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356-169 WWANS: The Wireless Wide Area Network Simulator
A. Honarbacht and A. Kummert (Germany)
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356-171 Ad Hoc Routing Protocol Setup with On-demand Backup Node
Y.-H. Wang, C.M. Chung, and C.-C. Chuang (Taiwan)
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356-208 An Ideal Connectivity for Ad Hoc Networks
M. Borschbach, A. Stolze, and W.-M. Lippe (Germany)
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356-227 AM-SRL: Adhoc Multicast Operation of Supernode-based Reverse Labeling Algorithm
Y. Dong, T. Yang, and D. Makrakis (Canada)
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Track Special Session III: High Capacity Optical Transmission Systems FreeSubscription
356-194 A MEMS based Parallel Packet Switch
C. Bauer (USA)
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356-200 Evolution of Return-path Cable TV Access Technologies Toward Fiber-to-the-Home Network Architecture
S. Ovadia (USA)
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356-231 Measured Temporal and Spectral PMD Characteristics and their Implications for Network-level Mitigation Approaches
C. Allen, P.K. Kondamuri, D.L. Richards, and D.C. Hague (USA)
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356-232 High-speed Optical Transmission using Sub-carrier Multiplexing
R. Hui (USA)
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356-233 Numerical Comparison of WDM Capacity in Conventional Single Mode Fiber and Nonzero Dispersion-shifted Fiber Networks
K. Demarest, R. Hui, C. Pavanasam, M. Fei, and D. Richards (USA)
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This publication covers the following topics: Antennas and Arrays; CDMA Systems; Turbo Codes; OFDM Technology; Optical Components; Optical Networks; Fading Channels; Bluetooth and IEEE 802.11; WDM Systems; IP Mobility; Quality of Service; Mobile Computing and Tracking; Data Networks; Channel Allocation and Resource Management; Handoff and Routing; Signal Processing and Applications; Mobile Ad Hoc Networking and Protocols; and High Capacity Optical Transmission Systems.

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