Call for Papers on Mobile Technology
The mobile radio area has been divided into six main sections under the leadership of renowned technical experts: Mobile Access, Mobile Channel, Mobile Networks, Mobile Services, Applications and Systems, Networked Vehicle and Transmission Technology. The topics covered by each section include, but are not limited to:
Networked Vehicle: Editor Elisabeth Uhlemann, Malardalen University (Sweden)
Vehicular wireless networks, Intelligent co-operative vehicular wireless communications systems, Car-to-car communications, Comms aspects of intelligent vehicle highway systems, Telematics, ITS Short Range Communication Systems, Mobile-satellite communications and networks, LEO/MEO/GEO systems, HAPS, Integration of Terrestrial and Satellite Networks, Navigation and Location Technologies: GPS, Galileo & applications, E911 and cellular/PCS, User mobility modeling.
Transmission Technology: Editor Hsiao-Hwa Chen, National Sun Yat-Sen University (Taiwan)
Modulation and source/channel coding, Equalization, Synchronization, UWB radio, MIMO techniques and space-time processing, Diversity and combining, Multiuser detection & interference cancellation, Channel estimation and pilot signal, Transceiver design, Duplexing/multiplexing techniques, Multiple Access Technologies (CDMA, TDMA, FDMA, etc.), Next generation wireless, Location aware radio, Wireless SOC, components and sensors, Multicarrier/multi-code transmission, OFDM, Air-link design aspects for emerging techniques, Modelling and simulation of wireless transmission systems, Optical wireless communications, SDR and cognitive radios, Adaptive wireless techniques, 60 GHz technology, RFID.
Mobile Networks: Editor Claudio Casetti, Politecnico di Torino (Italy)
Wide, Local and Personal area networking, Proximity networking, Wearable computers and body area networks, All-IP Mobile Networks, IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS), All-IP RAN and CN architectures, Ad-hoc networks, sensor networks, Ambient and Intelligent Wireless Networks, Heterogeneous networking, Fixed/Mobile Networks Integration and Convergence, Seamless mobility management, Mobile agents, Affordable Wireless Infrastructure, Novel network & switching architecture, Network Planning, End-to-end QoS provision and architectures, Routing, broadcasting, and multicasting, Software Defined Radio & Reconfigurability, Mobile/Wireless Networks Modeling and Simulation.
Mobile Channels: Editor Matthias Pätzold, University of Agder (Norway)
Antenna and RF subsystems: smart, adaptive and intelligent antennas, Antenna arrays and beamforming, Multiple antennas and MIMO systems, Mobile propagation: propagation and channel modelling/measurements, indoor propagation, Prediction tools, Automatic Frequency Planning, Fading countermeasures, EMC issues for Wireless and Mobile Networks.
Mobile Access: Editor Jordi Pérez-Romero, Polytechnic University of Catalonia (Spain)
MAC protocols, Broadband Wireless Access, Energy efficient protocols, Cross-layer Design and optimization, Radio Resource Management, Channel Assignment and Reservation Schemes, Power and Interference Control/management, QoS and Resource Allocation, Dynamic channel allocation, Handoff/handover, Scheduling, Load, admission and flow control, Link Adaptation, Hybrid ARQ schemes, B3G/4G Spectrum, Spectrum Sharing, Spectrum management, usage, and regulation, Policy issues and frequency regulations, Spectrum Efficiency Analyses, Bandwidth on demand/ Dynamic bandwidth management, Delay and jitter management for wireless multimedia services, Techniques for flexible spectrum usage.
Mobile Services, Applications and Systems
Innovative services and applications, Integration of Broadcast Services into point-to-point Mobile Systems, Location-Based Services, Case studies and field experience, Applications Enabling Technologies and Middleware, Service Platforms, Mobile Traffic modeling and characterization, Java and XML Technologies for Wireless Communications, Service portability, Innovative user interfaces, Pricing and billing, Wireless ECommerce, Policy-based management for wireless multimedia services, Wireless security, privacy, authentication, scalability and reliability in wireless communication, Authentication, authorization and accounting.
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