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A Weight-Based Resource Scheduling Algorithm for Uplink LTE-A Femtocell Network

SC-FDMA is the most suitable option for the LTE-A uplink. Contiguity plagiarism characteristics are required for optimum channel scheduling in an SC-FDMA system. The right scheduling in the uplink will maximise the user experience and network …


Nearest Distance Based Downlink Rate Modeling in Hyper-dense Heterogeneous Wireless Cell Networks

Different kinds of low transmit power, flexible cell extension and hyper dense base stations (BSs) overlaying on the well established macro cells, forming the hyper-dense multilayer heterogeneous wireless cell networks (HetNets), where the BSs in …


A Coalesced Kite Shaped Monopole Antenna for UWB Technology

A small and compact monopole antenna of dimensions 25 × 18 × 1.6 mm3 is presented for UWB communications. The proposed design consists of two kite shaped radiators in coalesced form and a tapered slotted ground plane for the UWB characteristics.


Simple OFDM Error Floor Prediction with Sub-optimal Time Sampling

The in-service measurable block-error-rate (BLER) is the only transmission performance indicator aimed for wireless network operators to test the physical-layer of the long-term evolution and the emerging 5G new radio systems, both utilizing the …


Escrow-Less Identity-Based Signature Scheme with Outsourced Protection in Cloud Computing

The identity-based cryptosystem (IBC) outfits with the most beneficial key management procedures. The IBC is bounded to the small network system due to the internal key escrow problem, which leads to two other problems: key abusing and user …

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Wireless Personal Communications is an archival, peer reviewed, scientific and technical journal addressing mobile communications and computing. It investigates theoretical, engineering, and experimental aspects of radio communications, voice, data, images, and multimedia.

A partial list of topics includes propagation, system models, speech and image coding, multiple access techniques, protocols performance evaluation, radio local area networks, and networking and architectures.

The journal features five principal types of papers: full technical papers, short papers, technical aspects of policy and standardization, letters offering new research thoughts and experimental ideas, and invited papers on important and emerging topics authored by renowned experts.

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