Volume 5, Number 1, February 2005 Editorial
, Kam Tai Chan
: Investigation on the performance of space-time block coded ultrawide band communication systems.
, Daoben Li
: Spectral efficiency of distributed MIMO code division multiple access systems over multipath fading channels.
, Dan Avidor
, Peter Bosch
, Suman Das
, Piyush Gupta
, Bertrand M. Hochwald
, Thierry E. Klein
, Jonathan Ling
, Angel E. Lozano
, Thomas L. Marzetta
, Sayandev Mukherjee
, Sape J. Mullender
, Constantinos B. Papadias
, Reinaldo A. Valenzuela
, Harish Viswanathan
: Duplexing, resource allocation and inter-cell coordination: design recommendations for next generation wireless systems.
Volume 5, Number 2, March 2005 Research Article
: Optimal selection of ARQ parameters in QAM channels.
Volume 5, Number 3, May 2005 Research Article
, Hamid Sharif
: Improving goodput in IEEE 802.11 wireless LANs by using variable size and variable rate (VSVR) schemes .
, Yi-Long Lu
: Accurate direction-of-arrival estimation of multiple sources using a genetic approach.
Volume 5, Number 4, June 2005 Guest Editorial
: Radio link enhancement using an open flexible protocol stack framework.
, Zhisheng Niu
, Junli Zheng
: Study of the TCP upstream/downstream unfairness issue with per-flow queuing over infrastructure-mode WLANs.
Volume 5, Number 5, August 2005 Guest Editorial
Volume 5, Number 6, September 2005 Special Issue:
WLAN/3G Integration for Next-Generation Heterogeneous Mobile Data Networks
Volume 5, Number 7, November 2005 Guest Editorials
, Yi Pan
, Kin K. Leung
: Special Issue: Mobility, Paging, and Quality of Service Management for Future Wireless Networks.
: Efficient paging and multicast schemes for Mobile Virtual Private Networks.
Volume 5, Number 8, December 2005 Special Issue:
RRM for Next-Generation Wireless and Mobile Communication Systems
: Performance evaluation of wireless cellular networks under more realistic assumptions.
: QoS provisioning in wireless networks.
, Zhisheng Niu
: A channel-aware adaptive control to the MAC protocol in rate adaptive wireless LANs.