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  • © 2007

Wireless Communications 2007 CNIT Thyrrenian Symposium

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  • Focuses on the importance and development of wireless communications

  • Includes supplementary material: sn.pub/extras

Part of the book series: Signals and Communication Technology (SCT)

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Table of contents (27 papers)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xi
  2. 4G Wireless Systems

    1. Spatial Detection and Multistage Decoding for LST-MLC MIMO Systems

      • Maurizio Magarini, Arnaldo Spalvieri
      Pages 3-17
    2. Iterative (Turbo) Joint Rate and Data Detection in Coded CDMA Networks

      • Stefano Buzzi, Stefania Sardellitti
      Pages 19-27
    3. Hybrid ARQ Based on Rateless Coding for UTRAN LTE Wireless Systems

      • Lorenzo Favalli, Matteo Lanati, Pietro Savazzi
      Pages 29-37
    4. On the Performance of Transmit Antenna Selection with OSTBC in Ricean MIMO Channels

      • Saeed Kaviani, Chintha Tellambura, Witold A. Krzymień
      Pages 39-50
    5. A Packet Detection Algorithm for the UWB Standard ECMA 368

      • Tomaso Erseghe, Nicola Laurenti, Valentina Rizzi, Roberto Corvaja
      Pages 51-64
    6. Low-Rate Predictive Feedback for the OFDM MIMO Broadcast Channel

      • Nevio Benvenuto, Ermanna Conte, Stefano Tomasin, Matteo Trivellato
      Pages 65-77
  3. Ad-Hoc and Cellular Networks

    1. Interferer Nulling Based on Neighborhood Communication Patterns

      • Robert Vilzmann, Jörg Widmer, Imad Aad, Christian Hartmann
      Pages 81-96
    2. On the Beneficial Effects of Cooperative Wireless Peer-to-Peer Networking

      • L. Militano, F. H. P. Fitzek, A. Iera, A. Molinaro
      Pages 97-109
    3. Relay Quality Awareness in Mesh Networks Routing

      • Claudio Casetti, Carla Fabiana Chiasserini, Marco Fiore
      Pages 111-126
    4. A Stochastic Non-Cooperative Game for Energy Efficiency in Wireless Data Networks

      • Stefano Buzzi, H. Vincent Poor, Daniela Saturnino
      Pages 135-150
  4. Security and Applications in Wireless Networks

    1. Security Overheads for Signaling in Beyond-3G Networks

      • Dario S. Tonesi, Alessandro Tortelli, Luca Salgarelli
      Pages 153-164
    2. Mobility and Key Management in SAE/LTE

      • Anand R. Prasad, Julien Laganier, Alf Zugenmaier, Mortaza S. Bargh, Bob Hulsebosch, Henk Eertink et al.
      Pages 165-178
    3. Enhanced Operation Modes in IEEE 802.16 and Integration with Optical MANs

      • Isabella Cerutti, Luca Valcarenghi, Dania Marabissi, Filippo Meucci, Laura Pierucci, Luca Simone Ronga et al.
      Pages 179-193
    4. WPAN Applications and System Performance

      • Yoshinori Nishiguchi, Ryuhei Funada, Yozo Shoji, Hiroshi Harada, Shuzo Kato
      Pages 195-200
    5. Cross-Layer Error Recovery Optimization in WiFi Networks

      • Dzmitry Kliazovich, Nadhir Ben Halima, Fabrizio Granelli
      Pages 213-222
  5. Qos and Efficiency in Multimedia Heterogeneous Wireless Networks

    1. Technology-Independent Service Access Point for QoS Interworking

      • Mario Marchese, Maurizio Mongelli, Vincenzo Gesmundo, Annamaria Raviola
      Pages 225-234

About this book

The 18th Tyrrhenian Workshop on digital communications is devoted to wi- less communications. In the last decade, wireless communications research boosted launching new standards and proposing new techniques for the - cess technology. We moved from the UTRA standard capable to transmit 0. 5bit/s/Hz to WLAN which is promising 2. 7bit/s/Hz. Now wireless c- munication systems are facing a ?ourishing of new proposal moving from multiple antennas at transmitter and receiver side (MIMO systems), to new powerfulForwardErrorCorrectionCodes,toadaptiveradioresourcemana- mentalgorithms. Thenewchallenge,however,isthemovetowardsmultimedia communications and IP technology. This move implies e?orts in several new aspects. First of all an open network, as IP is, imposes the necessity of a - cure network, to guarantee the privacy of the ongoing communications, avoid the use of the networks by unauthorized customers, avoid the misuses and the charge to third parties of the cost of the connection. Also, quality of service (QoS) of the communications is becoming a must in IP networks which are carrying services which need a guaranteed QoS as telephony, real time s- vices, etc. To get this new target some form of access control to the network must be setup. Recently, new form of communication networks has appeared to collect data for several applications (sensor networks, ad hoc networks, etc. ) and they need a connection with a backbone network which could be a wireless one with a larger range than the sensor or ad hoc networks.

Keywords

  • 802.11
  • Code Division Multiple Access
  • IEEE 80
  • Long Term Evolution
  • MIMO
  • Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing
  • Overhead
  • Quality of Service
  • Quality of Service (QoS)
  • Routing
  • WLAN
  • ad-hoc network
  • antenna
  • ultra-wideband
  • wireless sensor network

Editors and Affiliations

  • University of Padova, Italy

    Silvano Pupolin

Bibliographic Information

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