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Papers Published at MIC-MCWC 2006
1st 12 Papers
Remaining 3 Papers
IDAuthors and TitlePages
1.Cnf-1 Dr. Baber Aslam, Dr. Muhammad H. Islam and Dr. Shoab Khan, 802.11 Disassociation DoS attack and its solutions: a survey1-6
1.Cnf-2 Dr. Baber Aslam, Dr. Muhammad H. Islam and Dr. Shoab Khan, Pseudorandomized sequence number based solution to 802.11 disassociation DoS attack7-12
1.Cnf-3 Dr. Maurizio Bocca, Mr. Cristian Galperti, Mr. Reino Virrankoski and Prof. Heikki Koivo, Estimating the number of persons in an unknown indoor environment by applying wireless acoustic sensors and blind signal separation13-18
1.Cnf-6 Ms. Carmen Beatriz Rodriguez Estrello, Dr. Felipe A. Cruz-Pérez and Dr. Genaro Hernandez-Valdez, System level model for the wireless channel unreliability in mobile cellular networks19-24
1.Cnf-8 Prof. Marco Avvenuti, Prof. Paolo Corsini, Dr. Paolo Masci and Dr. Alessio Vecchio, Increasing the Efficiency of Preamble Sampling Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks25-30
1.Cnf-70 Dr. Athanasios Doukas and Dr. Grigorios Kalivas, A Novel Blind Delay Spread Estimation Using Frequency Correlation for Wireless OFDM Systems31-34
1.Cnf-73 Dr. Arwa Zabian, Power Management Mechanism for routing in Ad-Hoc Wireless Networks35-40
1.Cnf-74 Dr. Mohamed K. Nezami, Cellular Base-Station Digital Controlled Multi-Carrier Feed Forward Linearized Transmitter41-48
1.Cnf-78 Mr. Michael Kenteris, Dr. Damianos Gavalas and Dr. Daphne Economou, Developing Tourist Guide Applications for Mobile Devices Using the J2ME Platform49-54
1.Cnf-80 Dr. Damianos Gavalas, A Lightweight and Flexible Mobile Agent Platform Tailored to Management Applications55-60
1.Cnf-83 Mr. Nadjet Labed, Dr. Faouzi Bader and Mr. Ismael Gutierrez, Supported Active Users in a MC-CDMA System Under Intercell Interference61-65
1.Cnf-125 Dr. Nizar Zorba and Prof. Ana Perez, Multiuser Orthogonal Opportunistic Schemes: A Stability Target66-71
IDAuthors and TitlePages
1.Cnf-130 Prof. Omar Al-Jarrah and Mr. Musab S. Alhadrusi, Load Balanced Ad Hoc Routing Protocol72-78
1.Cnf-139 Dr. Arwa Zabian and Mr. Sami Qawasmeh, Web Caching in Mobile Enviroments79-85
1.Cnf-178 Mr. Walid Hassasneh, Dr. Ali A. Jamoos, Prof. Eric Grivel and Dr. Hanna I. Abdel Nour, Estimation of MC-DS-CDMA fading channels based on Kalman filtering with high order autoregressive models86-90
1.Cnf-6 Paper View Page
Title System level model for the wireless channel unreliability in mobile cellular networks
Authors Ms. Carmen Beatriz Rodriguez Estrello, Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del IPN, Mexico City, Mexico
Dr. Felipe A. Cruz-Pérez, Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del IPN, Mexico City, Mexico
Dr. Genaro Hernandez-Valdez, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Mexico City, Mexico
Abstract In this paper, a new system level approach for the wireless channel unreliability modeling is proposed. Firstly, in order to characterize the call interruption process due to the wireless channel unreliability, the Gilbert-Elliot model is used to obtain the probability distribution of the interruption time. Then, it is shown that link unreliability can be adequately modeled by considering a Poissonian call interruption process. This allows simplifying system level mathematical analysis and easily identifying the factors that mainly influence the performance of mobile cellular networks. For the characterization of the interruption process in real cellular networks, it is enough to know some few system level statistics that can be easily obtained at base stations. Then, with the proposed call interruption modeling, an elegant teletraffic analysis for the performance evaluation of mobile cellular networks considering both wireless link unreliability and resource insufficiency is developed.
Track WCS: Wireless Communication Systems
Conference 1st International Conference on Mobile Computing and Wireless Communications (MIC-MCWC 2006), 17-20 September 2006, Amman, Jordan
Pages 19-24
Topics Network Modeling and Simulation
Cellular Communication Networks
ISSN 2227-331X
Paper Views 358 Paper Views Rank 10/452
Paper Downloads 245 Paper Downloads Rank 9/452
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GC-MCWC 2006 Visits: 4870||MIC-MCWC 2006 Visits: 3324||WCS Track Visits: 991