Nader F. Mir

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This paper develops and analyzes a novel clustering protocol, the Decentralized Energy Efficient cluster Propagation DEEP protocol that manages the communication of data while minimizing energy consumption across sensor networks. The paper also presents an Inter-Cluster Routing protocol ICR that is compatible with the proposed clustering technique. The DEEP(More)
Management of mobility especially balancing the load of handoff for wireless networks is an essential parameter for wireless network design and traffic study. In this paper, we present analytical mobility management in high speed wireless mobile networks focusing on factors such as the number of channel slots and offered load. We demonstrate the performance(More)
In this paper, a switching fabric called the spherical switching network for high-speed applications in next-generation networking is introduced. The performance evaluation and comparison show that this network clearly outperforms typical interconnection networks currently being deployed in practical switches and routers. The spherical switching network has(More)
This paper evaluates the performance of a switching network using nonuniform traffic models. The switching network is presented using the Benes topology and buffered switch elements. The nonuniform traffic refers to a traffic model with unevenly distributed routing and different intensity a t certain output port destinations. The performance of the buffered(More)
This paper presents the information management of Voice over Digital Subscriber line (VoDSL) network architecture with implications for broadband access technology. A baseline test for the ability to support up to eight derived lines on the Integrated Access Device (IAD) for VoDSL by using voice quality transmission is introduced. This scheme carries out(More)
This paper studies the performance of MPLS networks with TE signal protocols in relation with voice codecs. Simulation were performed and compared for a multisite network with PCM and GSM based VoIP. Simulation results show that the MPLS network with CR-LDP TE signal protocol outperforms the MPLS network with RSVP TE signal protocol in terms of both the(More)