Amir Esmailpour

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Radio Resource Management (RRM) techniques used in Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX) can provide for many of the services and features promised by 4G wireless networks, such as supporting multimedia services with high data rates, and wide coverage area, as well as all-IP with Quality of Service (QoS) support and security. In this paper(More)
Although cellular networks such as GPRS (2.5G) or UMTS (3G) have achieved both circuit switching and packet switching services with wide area coverage, they still fall short of meeting the high data rate demands of mobile users. Integrating cellular network with other high-speed and low-cost wireless technologies is a key challenge for migrating to 4G. The(More)
Distribution of radio resources in fourth generation (4G) networks requires sophisticated Radio Resources Management (RRM) techniques to guarantee a sustainable level of Quality of Service (QoS) support. By analyzing the adaptive nature of the project applications and their traffic it is possible to substantially enhance broadband service delivery. In this(More)
The 4th Generation of Wireless Networks (4G) is likely to work in an integrated and unified environment, where different technologies must coexists and cooperate to enhance the service provided to the end-user. Two of the biggest 4G mobile broadband technologies are WiMAX and LTE. The research community has already presented many cases in which integration(More)
Recently wireless mesh network (WMN) has become popular especially for its low cost deployment in the areas of poor network infrastructure and terrain of difficult deployment. Although paths in WMN backbone network are stable, the access link contention can severely constrain the end-to-end throughput. We proposed an integrated routing system for WMN that(More)