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—This paper presents the Forging Online Education through FIRE (FORGE) initiative, which aims to transform the Future Internet Research and Experimentation (FIRE) testbed facilities, already vital for European research, into a learning resource for higher education. From an educational perspective this project aims at promoting the notion of Self-Regulated… (More)
—In this paper we present an approach towards empowering online telecommunications engineering education by enabling hands-on remote experimentation over Trinity College Dublin's wireless testbed. Moreover, in order to offer a flexible testbed, capable of fulfilling the different and particular requirements of experimenters, we have created a framework that… (More)
This article has been accepted for publication in a future issue of this journal, but has not been fully edited. Content may change prior to final publication. Abstract—End-users increasingly expect ubiquitous connec-tivity while on the move. With a variety of wireless access technologies available, we expect to always be connected to the technology that… (More)
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The recent trend, wireless communications has became one of the striving areas for the developments of cellular technologies. This is because, many people around the world would like to connect to the other, seamlessly, anytime anywhere. Therefore, the selection of the best network connection becomes crucial with the best quality of service. For that reason… (More)