5th IEE Conference on Telecommunications

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  • Location: Brighton, UK
  • Conference date: 26-29 March 1995
  • ISBN: 0 85296 634 2
  • Conference number: CP404
  • The following topics were dealt with: transmission network advances; corporate networks; radio access; channel coding and modulation; video transmission for multimedia; overload control; new applications; radio system aspects; telecommunications business; speech coding and quality; mobile and personal communications; ATM aspects; regulation; video on demand; radio transmission; provision and management services

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  • Starting from scratch
  • Development of high compression HDTV digital codec
  • Adopting MPEG video traffic to avoid network congestion
  • A fiber in the loop cable TV system for broadcast and interactive services
  • System controller for mobile audio visual terminal
  • High speed access for broadband multi-media services
  • A study of methods for protecting an SCP from overload
  • ATM LAN/LAN bridging connectionless methods performance analyses
  • Discretised fluid-flow analysis for ATM connection admission control
  • Effects of time offset on the performance of slow frequency hopping in mobile communication
  • Performance modelling of an ATM exchange using parallel computer architectures
  • Overload control strategies in a multiprocessor system with distributed data
  • The human dimension to telecommunications in rural areas
  • BT screenphone services in the UK
  • Implementation of a new teleworking communication platform to support services on agro-biotechnological applications
  • Interactive EDI - IT and commerce in the 21st Century
  • Investigation of intra-cellular toriodal sectorisation in a DS-CDMA cellular system
  • Handover strategies in an integrated satellite/terrestrial mobile radio system
  • Frequency assignment for cellular radio networks
  • “Time T”: expansion of the global numbering scheme and its implications
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