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The millimeter wave (mmWave) bands are likely to play a significant role in next generation cellular systems due to the possibility of very high throughput thanks to the availability of massive bandwidth and high-dimensional antennas. Especially in Non-Line-of-Sight conditions, significant variations in the received RF power can occur as a result of the(More)
802.11 WLANs do not provide any standardized solution for reliable data multicast. Multicast packets are delivered to multiple clients as a simple broadcast service without support for Automatic Repeat Request. Hence, a fixed low speed (robust) transmission mode is generally used to improve the reliability of multicast files. However, this results in the(More)
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— In this paper the throughput and packet error rate for an in-home 802.11n network is theoretically derived for two different types of 3x3 antenna configurations. Our first configuration assumes the use of three low directivity omni-directional elements. The second arrangement makes use of three orthogonally orientated directional elements. The spatial and(More)
The majority of cancer stem cells exist in the G0, or quiescent phase of the cell cycle. However, the cells can escape quiescence following routine radiotherapy and chemotherapy, resulting in tumor recurrence. Presently, achieving the accurate regulation of cancer stem cell growth in order to study a specific state, including the quiescent (mostly G0 or G1(More)
This paper evaluates the theoretic performance of single-user multi-stream beamforming for heterogeneous LTE-A urban deployments (i.e. Macro and Pico cells). The work investigates the impact of six different Base Station (BS) antenna configurations on system level capacity. Our standard configuration assume 8 BS and 8 User Equipment (UE) antenna elements.(More)