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New Array Processing Algorithms for Maximizing Capacity of Multi-Media Spread-Spectrum Multi-Access Communications
Adaptive arrays are a key technique for maximizing the capacity of wireless multimedia CDMA networks. In this paper, we present two approaches for blind adaptive weight control in CDMA environment which offer low implementation ...
Optimal Strategies for Admitting Voice and Data Traffic in Networks of Leo Satellites Using CDMA
Efficient policies are derived for admitting voice and data traffic into networks of low-earth-orbit (LEO) satellites using code-division multiple-access (CDMA) with direct-sequence spread- spectrum (DS/SS) signaling. The ...
Medium Access Protocols for Interconnecting ATM and Wireless Networks
The current trend in modern telecommunication is that most of the traffic (CBR, VBR and ABR, real-time and delay-insensitive) in the fixed broadband networks will be carried by fixed-length packets. It is desirable to ...
A Methodology for Modeling, Performance Analysis, and Control of ATM Networks with Multi-Media Traffic
In this paper we review recent advances in developing a methodology for traffic modeling, performance evaluation, and control of ATM networks that can be used to support several aspects of Task 4.3 of the ATIRP project. ...
Optimal Policies for Handoff and Channel Assignment in Networks of LEO Satellites Using CDMA
In this paper, we formulate the combined handoff and channel assignment problems in a CDMA LEO satellite network as a reward/cost optimization problem. The probabilistic properties of signals and traffics in cells are used ...