Sixth WINLAB Workshop on
Third Generation
Wireless Information Networks

 

Date: March 20-21, 1996
Place: New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA
Conference Proceedings: Limited copies available from WINLAB Business office at a cost of : 
$35.00 US Residents
$45.00 International Requests
Hard Cover Volume: Available from Kluwer Academic Publishers.

PROGRAM DETAILS

SESSION 1 - CHARACTERIZING AND SERVING MOBILE USERS  (8:45A-10:00A)
1.1

 

Mobile Communications: Theories, Sata and Potential Impacts; A Longitudinal Analysis of U.S. National Surveys
J. E. Katz (Bellcore) and P. Aspen (CRIS Center for Research on the Information Society)
1.2
The ON THE MOVE Project: Description of Mobile Middleware and Experimental Results
T. Wierlemann, J. Harmer and K. David (DeTe Mobil GmbH and BT Laboratories)
1.3
Information-providing Mechanism Combining Broadcast and On-Demand Modes in Mobile Environments
M. Tanabe, S. Hakomori and U. Inoue (NTT Data Corporation)

 

SESSION 2 -  ATM AND BROADBAND I (10:30A-12:10P)
2.1 Wireless ATM Multimedia Service Platform
T. Leskinen and M. Niemi (Nokia Mobile Phones)
2.2
Design and Performance of Radio Access Protocols in WATMnet, a Prototype Wireless ATM Network
P. Narasimhan, S.K. Biswas, C.A. Johnston, R.J. Siracusa and H. Kim (NEC USA, Inc.)
2.3
Bandwidth Allocation in Fixed Broadband Wireless Networks
T.K. Fong, P.S. Henry, K.K. Leung, X. Qiu and N.K. Shankaranarayanan (AT&T Labs - Research)
2.4 Location Management in Wireless ATM Networks
G. Dommety (Ohio State University) and M. Veeraraghavan (Bell Laboratories)

 

SESSION 3 -  POWER AND ENERGY MANAGEMENT  (1:30P-3:10P)
3.1 A Novel Distributed Power Control Algorithm for Classes of Service in Cellular CDMA Networks
D. Mitra and J.A. Morrison (Bell Labs -Lucent Technologies)
3.2
Fast Power Control in Cellular Networks Based on Short-Term Correlation of Rayleigh Fading
Z. Rosberg (Royal Institute of Technology - Sweden and IBM Israel)
3.3
A Short Look on Power Saving Mechanisms in the Wireless LAN Standard DRAFT IEEE 802.11
C. Röhl, H. Woesner and A. Wolisz (Technical University of Berlin)
3.4 Energy Management in Wireless Communications
M. Zorzi and R. Rao (University of California - San Diego)

 

SESSION 4 -  CAPACITY AND PERFORMANCE I (3:45P-5:00P)
4.1 An Access Scheme for High Speed Packet Data Service on IS-95 Based CDMA
S. Kumar and S. Nanda (Bell Labs - Lucent Technologies)
4.2
Capacity When Using Diversity at Transmit and Receive Sites and the Rayleigh-Faded Matrix Channel is Unknown at the Transmitter
G.J. Foschini and M.J. Gans (Lucent Technologies)
4.3
Rake Receiver Architectures for Multi Code-CDMA
C-L. I, C.A. Webb, S. ten Brink and H.C. Huang (Lucent Technologies)

 

SESSION 5 -  ATM AND BROADBAND II (8:30A-10:15A)
5.1 Phone Number Translation Delay in PCS Systems with ATM Backbones
R. Jain (Bellcore)
5.2 Supporting QOS Controlled Handoff in Mobiware
A. T. Campbell, R.R-F. Liao and Y. Shobatake (Columbia University)
5.3 A Distributed Medium Access Control for Wireless ATM Environments
J-P. Ebert, R. Holtkamp and A. Wolisz (Technical University of Berlin)
5.4 On Demand Assignment with Centralized Scheduling: A Novel MAC Protocol for Wireless ATM Access Networks
M. Artale and R. Winkler (Fondazione Ugo Bordoni)

 

SESSION 6 -  PROPAGATION & TRAFFIC MODELING  (10:45A - 12:00P)
6.1 Estimating the Cell Radius from Signal Strength Measurements
P. Bernardin and M. Yee (Nortel) and T. Ellis (Virtual Media Technologies)
6.2
Statistical Model of Spatially Correlated Shadow-Fading Patterns in Wireless Systems
K. Kumaran and S. Borst (Bell Laboratories - Lucent Technologies)
6.3 A Model for WWW and RPC Traffic in a Wireless Radio Network
E. Anderlind and J. Zander (Royal Institute of Technology - Sweden)

 

SESSION 7 -  CAPACITY AND PERFORMANCE II  (1:30P - 2:45P)
7.1 The Medium Access Control for  the Reconfigurable Wireless Networks
Z. Haas (Cornell University)
7.2
Coding and Networking Techniques for Radio Networks
F. Babich and F. Vatta (University of Trieste - Italy)
7.3 Multi-level Channel Assignment (MCA): A Performance Analysis
F. Khan and D. Zeghlache (Institut National des Télécommunications - France)

 

SESSION 8 -  LOCATING MOBILE USERS  (3:15P - 4:30P)
8.1 Optimal Paging Over Imperfect Wireless Links
M. Verkama (Nokia Telecommunications)
8.2
Initiated Queries and Their Application for Tracking Users in Wireless Network
H. Levy and Z. Naor (Tel Aviv University)
8.3 Locating Mobile Stations with Non Line of Sight Measurements
M.P. Wylie and J. Holtzman (WINLAB - Rutgers University)

 


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WINLAB
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