Tag Archive: 'ns3 example'

The ZVS voltage-mode class-D amplifier, an eGaN® FET-enabled topology for highly resonant wireless energy transfer

The popularity of highly resonant, loosely coupled, wireless energy transfer systems operating at 6.78 MHz has increased dramatically over the last few years. In this paper we present the zero voltage switching (ZVS) voltage mode class D amplifier topology and evaluate its performance as a suitable A4WP Class-3 compliant amplifier using eGaN FETs and compare the performance […]

Comparing nape vs. T4 placement for a mobile Wireless Gait Analysis sensor using the Dynamic Gait Index test

A comprehensive and quantified gait analysis is warranted for patients with balance disorders to prevent injury such as falls. We report here a custom-designed wireless-gait-analysis-sensor (WGAS) to perform functional gait analysis targeted for clinically evaluating balance disorders. We report here our first efforts to determine the optimal placements of the WGAS in normal subjects for movement […]

Area Transmission Efficiency of Single-User and Multi-User MIMO in Grid-Topology Wireless Mesh Networks

In this paper, we propose area transmission efficiency to evaluate the performance of single-user multiple-input multiple-output (SU-MIMO) and multi-user MIMO (MU-MIMO) in wireless mesh networks (WMNs). The area transmission efficiency is the number of packets that can be transmitted per unit time and per area, and is calculated by considering the multiplexing effect of MIMO and the […]

Energy-Efficient Resource Allocation in Single-Cell OFDMA Systems: Multi-Objective Approach

In this paper, we investigate the energy-efficient resource allocation problem in a single-cell orthogonal frequency division multiple access (OFDMA) system to achieve the energy efficiency (EE) tradeoff among users. Rather than overall system EE, our objective is to maximize the EE for each individual user. Therefore, a multiple-objective optimization problem is formulated, which in general […]

Construction of Hexagonal-Based Strategic Connected Dominating Set for mobile ad hoc networks

Validation of ad hoc network mobility models almost depends on simulation. However, most of the widely used models are currently very simple and they focus on the ease of implementation rather than soundness of establishment. As an outcome, simulation based mobility models are often randomly generated movement patterns. Various simulators are available to mimic the movement of wireless nodes […]

Improving Internet routing scalability with AS landmarks

Internet routing scalability issue is one of challenges of future Internet architecture. The global routing table is inflating with the growing number of networks connected to the Internet and the more-specific prefixes from multi-homing and traffic engineering operation requirements. Many engineering solutions have been proposed. In this paper, we propose a scalable routing architecture in a long-term intention for […]

Wireless Video Multicast With Cooperative and Incremental Transmission of Parity Packets

This paper introduces a novel and efficient approach for user cooperation in wireless video multicast using randomized distributed space time codes (R-DSTC), in which the sender first transmits the source packets, and the sender and receivers that have received all source packets then generate and send the parity packets simultaneously using R-DSTC. As more parity […]

DC Microgrid Performance Excellence in Electricity Renewal

DC Microgrid Performance Excellence in Electricity Renewal is a major stimulating result of the decade-long non-profit Galvin Electricity Initiative and its objective of demonstrating and promoting truly intelligent 21st Century “Perfect Power” electricity distribution systems. The resulting Performance Excellence in Electricity Renewal (PEER) program with DC Microgrid certification is now being formally administered by the Green […]

On the inter-domain scalability of route-by-name Information-Centric Network Architectures

Name resolution is at the heart of Information-Centric Networking (ICN), where names are used to both identify information and/or services, and to guide routing and forwarding inside the network. The ICN focus on information, rather than hosts, raises significant concerns regarding the scalability of the required Name Resolution System (NRS), especially when considering global scale, inter-domain deployments. In the route-by-name approach to NRS construction, […]

Exploring content popularity in Information-Centric networks

Information-Centric Networking (ICN), an alternative architecture to the current Internet infrastructure, focuses on the distribution and retrieval of content by employing caches in a network to reduce networktraffic. The employment of caches may be accomplished using graph-based and content-based criteria such as the position of a node in a network and content popularity. The contribution of this paper lies on the characterization of content popularity […]