Satish Chandra Jha

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Fourth-generation (4G) technologies such as Long Term Evolution Advanced (LTE-A) have enabled the always-on always-connected model of Internet connectivity. However, this has led to f increased issues of reduced battery lifetimes o mobile devices and attracted the attention of a huge research community [1–3]. Before the introduction of smart mobile devices(More)
In LTE networks, mobile applications and their higher data rate requirements are the latest phenomenon causing a tremendous need in power saving for mobile devices. Discontinuous reception (DRX) is one of the key power saving mechanisms in LTE. Since DRX saves battery power of user equipment usually at the expense of potential increase in latency, an(More)
Machine to Machine (M2M) communication is expected to be a major driver of growth in mobile communications for cellular networks such as LTE. Since LTE networks are primarily designed and optimized for human to human (H2H) communications, existing protocols and mechanisms are not very efficient for supporting M2M communication. Several modifications are(More)
Small Cells are under extensive investigation as a potential solution to meet the increasing capacity demand due to ever growing data traffic over cellular networks. The architecture of small cells is still under discussion, various architectures have been proposed based on potential use cases. One of the most important use cases is to deploy small cells on(More)
Mobile devices in connected mode may be configured with Discontinuous reception (DRX) for power saving purposes. The parameters of DRX configuration can be optimized to either maximize power saving or minimize latency performance based on the applications running at the User equipment (UE). Power efficient DRX configuration is preferable for applications(More)
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