Volume 4, Numbers 1, February 2009
: A Message from the Incoming Editor-in-Chief.
, Chi Chung Ko
: Resource Allocation in Downlink MIMO-OFDMA with Proportional Fairness.
: Fluctuation Request: A Fast Retransmission Scheme in Power Line Communication Network.
Volume 4, Numbers 2, March 2009
: Constrained Voicing-Based Codebook in Low-Rate Wideband CELP Coding.
, Gang Wang
: Uplink Scheduling Algorithms for QoS Support in Broadband Wireless Access Networks.
Volume 4, Number 3, April 2009 Wireless Gigabit Technologies
, Basma Quza
: Performance of Spatial Modulation in Correlated and Uncorrelated Nakagami Fading Channel.
Volume 4, Number 4, May 2009 Wireless Communications in Underground and Confined Areas
, Min Lin
, Ian J. Wassell
: Modified 2D Finite-Difference Time-Domain Based Tunnel Path Loss Prediction for Wireless Sensor Network Applications.
Volume 4, Number 5, June 2009 Wireless Communications for Emergency Communications and Rural Wideband Services
, Kazi Ahmed
: Cluster-based Communications System for Immediate Post-disaster Scenario.
Volume 4, Number 6, July 2009 Advances in Wireless Communications
Volume 4, Number 7, August 2009
Advanced Wireless Technology
Volume 4, Number 8, September 2009 Optical Wireless Communications
Valencia M. Joyner
, Yiling Zhang
: A CMOS Analog Front-end Receiver with Desensitization to Input Capacitance for Broadband Optical Wireless Communication.
Volume 4, Number 9, October 2009 Multimedia Communication, Networking, and Applications
Volume 4, Number 10, November 2009 Cognitive Radio Enabled Communication and Networking
, Chi Zhou
: A Cooperative Scheme for Spectrum Sensing in Cognitive Radio Systems.
, Frank Y. Li
: A Dynamic Parallel-rendezvous MAC Mechanism in Multi-rate Cognitive Radio Networks: MechanismDesign and Performance Evaluation.
Zheng Da Wu
: A Framework for Inconsistency Analysis and Control of Massively Multiplayer Online Games.
Volume 4, Number 11, December 2009 Network Coding and Applications
, Junge Zhao
, Yi Ren
: Network Coding based Dependable and Efficient Data Survival in Unattended Wireless Sensor Networks.