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Papers Published at GC-CSC 2008
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7.Cnf-172

GS Citations

Dr. Ali Amer
Design and capacity planning of next generation network (NGN)
1-7
7.Cnf-359 Prof. Mohamad Abou El-Nasr
Performance of coded MC-CDMA/MSK 4G synchronous downlink cellular systems with CFO
8-13
7.Cnf-378 Prof. Abdul R. Rind

Analyis of TCP Variants at Various Link Error Rate Under Mobility Aware Anchor Point Node Hybrid Network
14-20
7.Cnf-379 Mr. Ali A. Elghariani

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) over Private Satellite Network
21-25
7.Cnf-716
Equivalence between Nakagami Channels and Rayleigh Channels with Diversity
26-30
7.Cnf-717
Performance analysis of Low Power Transmitters for Wireless Sensor Nodes
31-36
7.Cnf-718 Mr. Muhammad A. Khan
Mr. Muhammad Moinuddin
Dr. Samir Al-Ghadhban
Prof. Asrar Sheikh
Performance of hierarchical quadrature amplitude modulation in layered space-time coding
37-40
7.Cnf-730
Blind Receiver Based on Instantaneous Independent Component Analysis for Convolutive MIMO Systems
41-46
7.Cnf-731
A 1V, 2.4 GHz low power CMOS Receiver front end for Wireless Micro sensor nodes
47-55
7.Cnf-732
A new iterative space-time detector managing the performance-complexity trade-off
56-61
7.Cnf-751
Algorithmic utilization of LDI transform for discrete-time filter design
62-67
7.Cnf-752
Subchannel Power Allocation and Rate Adaptation for a MC-CDMA System Satisfying Mixed QoS Requirements
68-74
7.Cnf-753
Coding Simulation for Atmospheric Optical Channel
75-80
7.Cnf-172 Paper View Page
Title Design and capacity planning of next generation network (NGN)
Authors Dr. Ali Amer, Saudi Telecom, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Abstract The last decades has seen tremendous shifts in the telecommunications landscape. Telecom Operators and service providers, are responding by adopting strategies that lower their costs of operations and allow them to offer rapidly new services with better revenues. The Next Generation Network (NGN) is a network architecture that is ultimately designed for new service provision, independent of access technology. In addition to that, NGN can greatly reduce Capital Expenditure (CAPEX) and Operational Expenditure (OPEX), enables smooth transformation of the legacy networks into a simpler, but more powerful, while keeping compatibility to support traditional services. Worldwide, NGN deployment is still at an early stage, though some Telecom service providers including incumbent are in the process of finalizing their plans for deployment of NGN in their networks. This is likely to be implemented in a phased manner starting with core network and then the access network, and finally service provision. The first and unavoidable phase of NGN implementation is migrating the legacy Networks, starting with the Public Switching Telephone Network (PSTN) to NGN. In this paper, we present a cost effective, future proof solution architecture that can be used for the design and planning of the NGN network Elements (NEs) capacity and dimensioning, to serve this migration Phase.
Track ITC: Information Theory and Coding
Conference 2nd Mosharaka International Conference on Communications, Signals and Coding (MIC-CSC 2008)
Congress 2008 Global Congress on Communications, Signals and Coding (GC-CSC 2008), 17-19 October 2008, Amman, Jordan
Pages 1-7
Topics Next Generation Wireless Networks
Communication Networks
ISSN 2227-331X
DOI
BibTeX @inproceedings{172CSC2008,
title={Design and capacity planning of next generation network (NGN)},
author={Ali Amer},
booktitle={2008 Global Congress on Communications, Signals and Coding (GC-CSC 2008)},
year={2008},
pages={1-7},
doi={}},
organization={Mosharaka for Research and Studies} }
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