Radio/PHY | Radio Resource Management | Mobile Networks and Protocols | Mobile Computing

WINLAB Publications related to Radio Resource Management

Radio Resource Management
This area covers control and management of radio systems, including interactions between physical level parameters (bit-rate, modulation, power, etc.), link-level parameters (MAC protocol, scheduling, etc.) and the cellular data system as a whole. Analysis and complex simulation models are used to investigate algorithms for power management, interference cancellation, traffic control, etc. for various wireless systems including cellular, 3G and WLAN.

Current projects:

  • Interference Avoidance/Suppression
  • Scheduling and Hybrid ARQ in 3G Systems
  • Dynamic Pricing for Radio Resource Management
  • Reactive Cognitive Radio Algorithms for Spectrum Sharing
  • Collaborative Physical Layer Multihop Forwarding in Wireless Networks


Contact:
Prof. N. Mandayam
732-932-6857 Extn. 642   
nmandayam@winlab.rutgers.edu

Selected Papers:

Opportunistic file transfer over fading channels

Pricing to enable forwarding in ad hoc networks

Joint network-centric and user-centric radio resource management in multicell systems

Cooperative multicast for maximum network lifetime

Discrete adaptive transmission for fading channels


Spectrum server for dynamic frequency management


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