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Studies on performance aspects of smart wireless devices and related network services

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2015
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This study is a focused effort on elucidating the performance aspects of modern, handheld wireless devices and associated mobile network services. Specifically addressed thereof are: (i) Assessing the performance details on certain hardware sections of smart handheld devices and (ii) determining the performance profile of market penetration considerations vis-à-vis provisioning mobile networks. To meet the scope of this research, the projected efforts are exercised in compiling relevant literature and deciding the said hardware and technoeconomic performance issues. Hence, written in two parts, Part A is devoted to hardware performance details of smart, handheld devices relevant to (a) delay issues in PCB layouts; (b) crosstalk problems at the baseband level (audio/multimedia) using EMI concepts and (c) ascertaining non-catastrophic EMP/EMI effects at the RF-sections so as to implement protection strategies via compensating networks. Part B is concerned with the technoeconomics of wireless networks in supporting mobile (handheld devices). Correspondingly, two market related considerations versus service performance details are considered. The first one refers to deducing a relative performance index that includes technology (mobile speed) details plus economics profiles of the users in the service area. The second task refers to elucidating a performance index of such services in terms of hedonic pricing heuristics. The theoretical aspects of the test studies as above are supplemented with experimental and/or simulation details as appropriate. Hence, the efficacy of performance details are discussed in real-world applications. Lastly, possible research items for future studies are identified as open-questions.
Title: Studies on performance aspects of smart wireless devices and related network services.
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Name(s): Noori, Aziz Ulhaq, author
Neelakanta, Perambur S., Thesis advisor
Florida Atlantic University, Degree grantor
College of Engineering and Computer Science
Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Electronic Thesis Or Dissertation
Date Created: 2015
Date Issued: 2015
Publisher: Florida Atlantic University
Place of Publication: Boca Raton, Fla.
Physical Form: application/pdf
Extent: 224 p.
Language(s): English
Summary: This study is a focused effort on elucidating the performance aspects of modern, handheld wireless devices and associated mobile network services. Specifically addressed thereof are: (i) Assessing the performance details on certain hardware sections of smart handheld devices and (ii) determining the performance profile of market penetration considerations vis-à-vis provisioning mobile networks. To meet the scope of this research, the projected efforts are exercised in compiling relevant literature and deciding the said hardware and technoeconomic performance issues. Hence, written in two parts, Part A is devoted to hardware performance details of smart, handheld devices relevant to (a) delay issues in PCB layouts; (b) crosstalk problems at the baseband level (audio/multimedia) using EMI concepts and (c) ascertaining non-catastrophic EMP/EMI effects at the RF-sections so as to implement protection strategies via compensating networks. Part B is concerned with the technoeconomics of wireless networks in supporting mobile (handheld devices). Correspondingly, two market related considerations versus service performance details are considered. The first one refers to deducing a relative performance index that includes technology (mobile speed) details plus economics profiles of the users in the service area. The second task refers to elucidating a performance index of such services in terms of hedonic pricing heuristics. The theoretical aspects of the test studies as above are supplemented with experimental and/or simulation details as appropriate. Hence, the efficacy of performance details are discussed in real-world applications. Lastly, possible research items for future studies are identified as open-questions.
Identifier: FA00004395 (IID)
Degree granted: Dissertation (Ph.D.)--Florida Atlantic University, 2015.
Collection: FAU Electronic Theses and Dissertations Collection
Note(s): Includes bibliography.
Subject(s): Mobile communication systems -- Standards
Network performance (Telecommunications)
Smartphones
Technoeconomcs
Wireless communication systems -- Technological innovations
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