Richard H. Frenkiel

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Infostations provide a new way to look at the problem of providing high data rate wireless access. By allowing delayed message delivery, we can lift the constraint on ubiquitous coverage inherited from voice cellular systems. The reduction of coverage results in significant capacity gains, showing the possibility for low cost broadband wireless data(More)
Data dissemination or diffusion service is the process of distributing a certain amount of information to the users such as vehicle drivers or mobile users especially in wireless networks. It also plays a significant role in numerous applications of Vehicular Ad hoc Networks (VANETs). Data Dissemination problem has been addressed by many researchers so far(More)
I have attempted in this brief history to capture the rich mix of technical and political challenges that shaped the development of the Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS), the first cellular system in the United States, between 1971 and 1983. Earlier work was described in an article written for this column by Joel Engel [1]. I have also written a more(More)
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