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The human perspective of the wireless world
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The Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF) is contributing to the visions of future wireless communications and is identifying research topics on which to build the vision. Expand
Considering the user in the wireless world
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The near future promises significant advances in communication capabilities, but one of the keys to success is the capability understanding of the people with regards to its value and usage. Expand
Wireless network extension using mobile IP
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We refer to this concept of providing home network access to the mobile user as network extension.Over the last two decades, we have seen a dramatic shift in computing systems, away from the monolithic mainframe and toward increasingly distributed, client-server systems. Expand
Throughput analysis of reservation ALOHA multiple access
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The theoretical relationship between throughput S and offered load G of reservation ALOHA (R-ALOHA) is derived. Expand
A wireless packet data link protocol with performance enhancements
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A packet data protocol is described which provides connectionless packet data services for wireless and mobile radio data systems. Expand
Wireless network extension using Mobile IP
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The development of distributed computing systems, with the associated focus on the interconnecting network, and mobile computing platforms has generated much interest in mobile data network access. Expand
QCRA-a packet data multiple access protocol for ESMR systems
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A high performance packet data link protocol has been designed for enhanced special mobile radio (ESMR) systems using the MIRS technology to provide packet data services for wireless mobile computing applications. Expand
The human perspective of the wireless world
TLDR
The Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF) is putting the user at the centre of its visions by identifying research, which uncovers the functionality that people will value in the future. Expand
A User-Focused Reference Model for Wireless Systems Beyond 3G
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This whitepaper describes a proposal from Working Group 1, the Human Perspective of the Wireless World, for a user-focused reference model for systems beyond 3G. Expand
Impact of 90's technology on spectrum management
The improvement of semiconductor technology is identified as the primary technology thrust for the 90's. Its impact on computer and other communication needs and thus spectrum requirements isExpand
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