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IET Communications

Volume 5, Issue 8, 20 May 2011


Volume 5, Issue 8

20 May 2011

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    • Performance analysis of free-space optical links with transmit laser selection diversity over strong turbulence channels
      Time series prediction with performance guarantee
      Convergence of utility-based power control in Gaussian interference channel
      Low-overhead uplink scheduling through load prediction for WiMAX real-time services
      Time-delay alignment technique for a randomly distributed sensor array
      Energy-efficient cooperative routing algorithm with truncated automatic repeat request over Nakagami-m fading channels
      Radio resource allocation in OFDM-based cooperative relaying networks for a mixture of elastic and streaming traffic
      Performance of an efficient heuristic scheduling algorithm for MPEG-4 traffic in high data rate wireless personal area network
      Amplify-forward and decode-forward cooperation relying on systematic Luby transform coded Hybrid Automatic-Repeat-reQuest
      Optimisation of satellite optical transmission with correlated sways
      Microwave wireless orthogonal frequency division multiplexing system optimum guard interval evaluation in an urban scenario around 5 GHz
      Highly selective and tunable microwave photonic filter using parallel Fabry–Pérot filters for universal mobile telecommunications system noise and interference suppression
      Visualisation of efficiency coverage and energy consumption of sensors in wireless sensor networks using heat map
      Novel path computation element-based traffic grooming strategy in Internet protocol over wavelength division multiplexing networks
      Enhancing e-learning experience with online social networks
      Partial transmit sequences based on artificial bee colony algorithm for peak-to-average power ratio reduction in multicarrier code division multiple access systems
      Enhanced first-in-first-out-based round-robin multicast scheduling algorithm for input-queued switches

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