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Ubiquitous Computing and Communication Journal 2007 Volume 3 No. 1 . 2008-02-15 . ISSN 1992-8424

UBICC Publishers © 2008 Ubiquitous Computing and Communication Journal

Edited by Usman Tariq.

Co-Editor Dr. Shafique Ahmad Chaudhry

Ubiquitous Computing and Communication Journal
Book: 2008 Volume 3 No. 1 Publishing Date: 2008-02-15 Proceedings ISSN 1992-8424
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Table of Contents
47 Optical communication Sairam KVSSSS 48 Overview of reference region group mobility model for Ad hoc networks Sacko Diouba, Huang Benxiong, Wang Furong 49 Performance evaluation of mobility management protocols in cellular IP and Hawaii mobile networks Mahmud Milud Mansour 50 Study on RNN query in broadcasting environment Lien-fa Lin 51 A novel MAC protocol for high rate UWB network Nawal El-Fishawy, Mona Shokair, Waleed Saad 52 Experimental study on time and space sharing on the powerXplorer Sulieman Ahmad Bani-Ahmad 53 Modeling the effect of clipping and power amplifier non-linearities on OFDM systems Ashraf A. Eltholth 54 Quality of service provisioning for multimedia transmission over UWB networks Nawal El-Fishawy, Mona Shokair, Waleed Saad 55 Medical care system using VORD methodology Fiaz Ahmad, Mohamed Osama Khozium 56 Dynamic group mobility model for hybrid networks Wang Furong, Huang Benxiong, Ibrahim Khider

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