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Multi-component teleservice model for multimedia applications (2008)
Presentation / Conference
Alani, O., & Mehmood, R. (2008, September). Multi-component teleservice model for multimedia applications. Presented at Next Generation Mobile Applications, Services and Technologies, Cardiff

In third generation (3G) wireless systems we have a number of resources being used exclusively and simultaneously to satisfy the requirements of an arriving multimedia call. This would require the occupation and release of these resources to be in a... Read More about Multi-component teleservice model for multimedia applications.

Adaptive multi-component service model for wideband Code division multiple access systems (2008)
Journal Article
Alani, O. (2008). Adaptive multi-component service model for wideband Code division multiple access systems. International Journal of Mobile Communications, 6(6), 667. https://doi.org/10.1504/IJMC.2008.019818

In this paper, we propose and evaluate an adaptive resource allocation scheme for Wideband Code Division Multiple Access multimedia systems. We give a discussion on the inherently multi-component nature of multimedia applications for wireless communi... Read More about Adaptive multi-component service model for wideband Code division multiple access systems.

Improvement of 5G performance through network densification in millimetre wave band
Thesis
Al-Falahy, N. (in press). Improvement of 5G performance through network densification in millimetre wave band. (Thesis). University of Salford

Recently, there has been a substantial growth in mobile data traffic due to the widespread of data hungry devices such as mobiles and laptops. The anticipated high traffic demands and low latency requirements stemmed from the Internet of Things (IoT)... Read More about Improvement of 5G performance through network densification in millimetre wave band.

Design of a smart power manager for digital communication systems
Thesis
Al-doori, Q. (in press). Design of a smart power manager for digital communication systems. (Thesis). University of Salford

Portable devices, like mobile phones, are in an increasing need for power due to the growing complexity of applications and services provided by them. At the same time, mobile devices need to adapt their communication techniques so as to be able to w... Read More about Design of a smart power manager for digital communication systems.