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Unformatted text preview: Multimedia Support for Wireless W-CDMA with Dynamic Spreading Authors: JU WANG, MEHMET ALI ELICIN and JONATHAN C.L. LIU Presenters: Yi-Ju Chung(Mike) and Li Jiang 2011/11/09 Outline Abstract Introduction Performance-guaranteed call processing Dynamic scheduling for multimedia integration Conclusion Q&A Abstract Investigated effective protocol design with dynamic spreading factors ---SF: the ratio of the chips rate to baseband information rate---Benefits of increasing SF Proposed some middle-ware solutions The preliminary results and further extend Introduction Wireless Network Access internet anywhere and anytime The information will be supported with multimedia components More and more multimedia applications will run on mobile devices CDMA/W-CDMA CDMA “spread-spectrum” technique W-CDMA promises much higher data speeds Introduction A successful multimedia communication system ---Support a seamless integration of voice, audio and other conventional data. Introduction Proposed a integrated solutions Support all of the above traffic types with guaranteed quality Support multiple users with a guaranteed quality. Transmit e-mails and ftp without connection re-establishment. The admission control protocol (design based on the dynamic SF) Introduction The relationship between the increasing SF and BER Introduction The new schemes that can provide various QoS based on different trafFc types • Hardware capability provides the possibility that different S¡ can jointly adopted....
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2011 for the course CIS 6930 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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