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Efficient Scheduling Algorithms For Wireless Resource Allocation And Virtualization In Wireless Networks, Mohamad Kalil Nov 2015

Efficient Scheduling Algorithms For Wireless Resource Allocation And Virtualization In Wireless Networks, Mohamad Kalil

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The continuing growth in demand for better mobile broadband experiences has motivated rapid development of radio-access technologies to support high data rates and improve quality of service (QoS) and quality of experience (QoE) for mobile users. However, the modern radio-access technologies pose new challenges to mobile network operators (MNO) and wireless device designers such as reducing the total cost of ownership while supporting high data throughput per user, and extending battery life-per-charge of the mobile devices. In this thesis, a variety of optimization techniques aimed at providing innovative solutions for such challenges are explored.

The thesis is divided into two ...


Optical-Wimax Hybrid Networks, Abdou R. A. Ahmed Apr 2011

Optical-Wimax Hybrid Networks, Abdou R. A. Ahmed

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The emergence of bandwidth-intensive Internet services, such as
circuit-quality voice transfer and interactive video gaming, create
a high demand for a very qualified next-generation access network.
In addition to high bandwidth, these future access networks should
also provide improved network availability, flexibility, mobility,
reliability, failure protection, quality of service (QoS) support
and cost-effective access. The integration between optical networks
and Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX) is a
promising solution for future access networks. Accordingly, a few
different architectures and MAC protocol components have recently
been proposed for the integration between the Ethernet Passive
Optical Network (EPON) and WiMAX. However ...