Robin Klose

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Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiple Access (OFDMA) has emerged as an advanced technique to enhance resource utilization and efficiency in infrastructure-based networks. However, its performance in wireless mesh networks is mostly unexplored. In this paper, we practically study the benefits of OFDMA in a scenario with multiple co-located transmitters and(More)
TETRA is a digital communication standard taking over from analog communication in various emergency services and governmental agencies in Europe since the late 1990s. TETRA has to meet stringent requirements for a dependable communication infrastructure as it is used in the public safety sector by professional users and first responders. In fact, TETRA is(More)
—State-of-the-art physical layers such as OFDMA are widely used in infrastructure-based networks to enhance efficiency in one-to-many transmissions. Application to wireless mesh networks is highly promising, as the diversity increases in many-to-many scenarios. While theoretical work on OFDMA for this scenario exists, it has not yet been implemented in(More)
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