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Enhancing IEEE 802.11a/n with dynamic single-user OFDM adaptation
Citation key gross09enhancing_ieee_802
Author Gross, James and Emmelmann, Marc and Puñal, Oscar and Wolisz, Adam
Pages 240–257
Year 2009
ISSN 0166-5316
DOI 10.1016/j.peva.2008.10.005
Journal Performance Evaluation
Volume 66
Number 3-5
Month July
Note Modeling and Analysis of Wireless Networks: Selected Papers from MSWiM 2007
Abstract Earlier paper have demonstrated that the achievable throughput of OFDM systems can benefit significantly from individual modulation/transmit power selection on a per sub-carrier basis according to the actual gain of individual sub-carriers (so called dynamic OFDM scheme). Usage of such an approach requires, however, providing support for additional functionalities such as: acquisition of the sub-carrier gains, signaling of the modulation types used between sender and receiver, etc. Therefore dynamic OFDM is actively pursued for future radio interfaces, rather than considered as extension of existing OFDM based standards. In this paper we introduce a proposal on how the widely accepted IEEE 802.11a/g systems as well as the emerging IEEE 802.11n system might be extended to support the dynamic OFDM in a single-user (point-to-point) setting. The presented approach guarantees backward compatibility to legacy devices. We Location these issues by presenting (a) a set of protocol modifications required to incorporate dynamic OFDM in 802.11a/g/n; and (b) a performance evaluation of the suggested extension (referred to further on as single-user 802.11 DYN mode). Although 802.11n already includes advanced MAC and PHY features, i.e., frame aggregation and MIMO transmissions, our performance evaluation demonstrates that a further improvement is achievable by incorporating dynamic OFDM.
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Book chapters

Emmelmann, M. "System Design and Proof-of-Concept Implementation of Seamless Handover Support for Communication-Based Train Control [4]", pp. 227–256, June, 2010.

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Wiethölter, S. and Emmelmann, M. "Modeling Handover from the Access Networks Perspective [7]", in Modeling and Tools for Network Simulation, pp. 341–356, March, 2010.

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de Baynast, A., Bohge, M., Willkomm, D. and Gross, J. "Physical Layer Modeling [10]", in Modeling and Tools for Network Simulation, pp. 135–172, March, 2010.

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Hernández, J. A., López, V., García Dorado, J. L., Nejabati, R., Overby, H., Rostami, A., Vlachos, K. and Zervas, G. "Optical burst switching [14]", in Enabling Optical Internet with Advanced Network Technologies, pp. 87-130, 2009.

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Emmelmann, M., Rathke, B. and Wolisz, A. "Mobility Support for Wireless PAN, LAN and MAN [17]", in Mobile WiMAX: Toward Broadband Wireless Metropolitan Area, 2007.

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Sgroi, M., Wolisz, A., Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, A. and Rabaey, J. M. "A Service-Based Universal Application Interface for Ad Hoc Wireless Sensor and Actuator Networks [19]", in Ambient intelligence, 2005.

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Book chapters (incollection)

Happ, D., Karowski, N., Menzel, T., Handziski, V. and Wolisz, A. "Enabling Cloud-centric IoT with Publish/subscribe Systems [21]", in Internet of Things: Challenges, Advances and Applications, pp. 195–212, January, 2018.

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Budzisz, Ł. and Wolisz, A. "Home and enterprise networks [24]", in Green Communications: Priciples, Concepts and Practice, May, 2015.

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Zubow, A., Fischer, J., Redlich, J.-P., Scheuermann, B., Schiller, J., Günes, M., Nagel, K., Wagner, P., Scheidgen, M., Eveslage, I., Sombrutzki, R. and Juraschek, F. "From Earthquake Detection to Traffic Surveillance – About Information and Communication Infrastructures for Smart Cities [26]", in System Analysis and Modeling: Theory and Practice, vol. 7744, pp. 121–141, 2013.

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Ergin, M. O., Baydere, S., Cayirci, E., Hacioglu, I., Ollero, A., Maza, I., Viguria, A., Bonnet, P. and Lijding, M. "Applications and Application Scenarios [29]", in Cooperating Embedded Systems and Wireless Sensor Networks (ISTE), 2010.

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Woesner, H., Maier, M. and Wolisz, A. "Comparison of Single-Hop and Multihop AWG-Based WDM Networks [32]", in Next Generation Optical Network Design and Modelling, pp. 51–65, 2003.

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Kubisch, M., Karl, H. and Wolisz, A. "Are Classes of Nodes with Different Power Amplifiers Good for Wireless Multi-hop Networks? [35]", in Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol. 2775, pp. 841 - 846, 2003.

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Wolisz, A. "Information Access is Fine, But Who is Going to Pay [38]", in New Developments in Distributed Applications and Interoperable Systems, pp. 149–160, September, 2001.

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Wolisz, A. "Wireless Internet Architectures: Selected Issues [41]", in Personal Wireless Communications, pp. 1–16, September, 2000. (Invited Paper)

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Woesner, H. "Primenet - A Concept for a WDM-based Fiber Backbone [44]", in Optical Network Design and Modelling, pp. 98–106, April, 1998.

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Röhl, C., Woesner, H. and Wolisz, A. "A Short Look on Power Saving Mechanisms in the Wireless LAN Standard IEEE 802.11 [47]", in Advances in Wireless Communications, pp. 219–226, April, 1998.

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Ebert, J.-P., Holtkamp, R., Wolisz, A. and Ramel, L. "A Distributed Media Access Control for Wireless ATM Environments [50]", in Advances in Wireless Communications, pp. 93–108, April, 1998.

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Willig, A. and Schieferdecker, I. "Specifying and Verifying the Steam Boiler Control System with Time Extended LOTOS [53]", in The Steam Boiler Case Study Book, November, 1996.

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Schulzrinne, H., Smirnov, M., Roth, R. and Wolisz, A. "IP Multicasting over ATM: The Multicube Approach [55]", in Global Information Infrastructure (GII) Evolution. Interworking Issues, pp. 181–190, October, 1996.

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Wolisz, A., Schläger, M., Weinmiller, J. and Woesner, H. "Wireless access to high speed networks [58]", in High-Speed Networking for Multimedia Applications, pp. 361–381, June, 1996.

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