Woei-Hwa Tarn

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This study shows the problem of power saving mechanism (PSM) that sleep intervals of uplink (UL) connections do not synchronize with sleep intervals of downlink (DL) connections. That is, the energy of a mobile station (MS) is not really saved if the DL connections are in the sleep mode while the UL connections are in normal mode, and vice versa. To avoid(More)
The integration of WiMAX networks and multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) networks, called WiMPLS networks, is the trend for nomadic Internet access in the fourth generation (4G) wireless networks. The base station (BS) in such heterogeneous networks will play the role of bridge and router between the IEEE 802.16 subscriber stations (SSs) and MPLS(More)
In the fourth generation or next generation networks, services of non-real-time variable bit rate (NRT-VBR) and best effort (BE) will dominate over 85% of the total traffic in the networks. In this paper, we study the power saving mechanism of NRT-VBR and BE services for mobile handsets (MHs) to prolong their battery lifetime (i.e., the sustained operation(More)
Although the scheduling problem of the uplink transmission in the IEEE 802.16 broadband wireless access standard has been extensively discussed, most of the results focus on the quality of service (QoS) issues, e.g. throughput and delay requirement. In real-time services, violent variance of bandwidth request usually triggers some problems of resource(More)
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