Michael MacMammah

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All mobile Communication systems are prone to both multiplicative and additive noise as a result of fading processes that contribute to noise in wireless channels. Losses occur due to the presence of tall buildings, trees, or linear addition of wide band or white noise with a constant spectral density respectively. It is also interested to study the impact(More)
Nowadays, road safety and traffic congestion are major concerns worldwide. This is why research on vehicular communication is very vital. In static scenarios vehicles behave typically like in an office network where nodes transmit without moving and with no defined position. This paper analyses the impact of context information on existing popular rate(More)
One of the major drawbacks of mobile nodes in wireless networks is power management. Our goal is to propose an adaptive rate adaptation algorithm with the integration of power control scheme that will minimize energy consumption by appropriate adjustment of vehicle's transmitter power, reduce network congestion, improve the quality of service and collision(More)
Below the Media Access Control (MAC) layer is the Physical (PHY) layer which deals with the actual transmission of the bits received from the MAC layer above into electromagnetic signals. This layer is optimized to implore power management in wireless networks. Power management is a crucial issue in wireless and mobile networks. In this paper, we propose an(More)
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