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Top Cited Articles in International Journal of Mobile Network Communications & Telematics (IJMNCT)

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International Journal of Mobile Network Communications & Telematics (IJMNCT) is an open access peer-reviewed journal that addresses the impacts and challenges of mobile communications and telematics. The journal also aims to focus on various areas such as ecommerce, e-governance, Telematics, Telelearning nomadic computing, data management, related software and hardware technologies, and mobile user services. The journal documents practical and theoretical results which make a fundamental contribution for the development of mobile communication technologies

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  1. 1. TOP CITED ARTICLES - IJMNCT INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MOBILE NETWORK COMMUNICATIONS & TELEMATICS (IJMNCT) ISSN: 1839 – 5678 http://wireilla.com/ijmnct/index.html
  2. 2. CITATION COUNT –1563 AN OVERVIEW OF PEAK-TO-AVERAGE POWER RATIO REDUCTION TECHNIQUES FOR OFDM SIGNALS Zhuo Wang 1 , Enchang Sun 2 , Yanhua Zhang 3 1,2,3 College of Electronics Information and Control Engineering, Beijing University of Technology, Beijing, China ABSTRACT OFDM (Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing) has been widely adopted for high data rate wireless communication systems due to its advantages such as extraordinary spectral efficiency, robustness to channel fading and better QoS (Quality of Service) performance for multiple users. However, some challenging issues are still unresolved in OFDM systems. One of the issues is the high PAPR (peak-toaverage power ratio), which results in nonlinearity in power amplifiers, and causes out of band radiation and in band distortion. This paper reviews some conventional PAPR reduction techniques and their modifications to achieve better PAPR performance. Advantages and disadvantages of each technique are discussed in detail. And comparisons between different techniques are also presented. Finally, this paper makes a prospect forecast about the direction for further researches in the area of PAPR reduction for OFDM signals. KEYWORDS OFDM, PAPR, Clipping, Companding FOR MORE DETAILS: https://wireilla.com/papers/ijmnct/V6N3/6316ijmnct01.pdf VOLUME LINK: https://wireilla.com/ijmnct/vol6.html
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  9. 9. CITATION COUNT – 83 ON IEEE 802.11: WIRELESS LAN TECHNOLOGY Sourangsu Banerji and Rahul Singha Chowdhury, RCC-Institute of InformationTechnology, India ABSTRACT Network technologies are traditionally based on wireline solutions. But the introduction of the IEEE 802.11 standards have made a huge impact on the market such that laptops, PCs, printers, cellphones, and VoIP phones, MP3 players in our homes, in offices and even in public areas have incorporated the wireless LAN technology. Wireless broadband technologies nowadays provide unlimited broadband access to users which were previously offered only to wireline users. In this paper, we review and summarize one of the emerging wireless broadband technology i.e. IEEE 802.11,which is a set of physical layer standard for implementing wireless local area network computer communication in the 2.4,3.6,5 and 60GHz frequency band. They fix technology issues or add functionality which is expected to be required by future applications. Though some of the earlier versions of these technologies are obsolete (such as HiperLAN) now but still we have included them in this review for the sake of completeness. KEYWORDS Wireless Communications, IEEE 802.11, HiperLAN, WLAN, Wi-fi. FOR MORE DETAILS: https://wireilla.com/papers/ijmnct/V3N4/3413ijmnct05.pdf VOLUME LINK: https://wireilla.com/ijmnct/vol3.html
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  14. 14. CITATION COUNT – 43 PERFORMANCE COMPARISON OF PACKET SCHEDULING ALGORITHMS FOR VIDEO TRAFFIC IN LTE CELLULAR NETWORK Biswapratapsingh Sahoo, Indian Institute of Technology, India ABSTRACT In this paper we have studied downlink packet scheduling algorithms proposed for LTE cellular networks. The study emphasize on three most promising scheduling algorithms such as: FLS, EXP rule and LOG rule. The performance of these three algorithms is conducted over video traffic in a vehicular environment using LTE-Sim simulator. The simulation was setup with varying number of users from 10 - 60 in fixed bounded regions of 1 km radius. The main goal this study is to provide results that will help in the design process of packet scheduler for LTE cellular networks, aiming to get better overall performance users. Simulation results show that, the FLS scheme outperforms in terms of average system throughput, average packet delay, PLR; and with a satisfactory level of fairness index. KEYWORDS Cellular Networks, Long Term Evolution (LTE), Packet Scheduling, Performance Evaluation. FOR MORE DETAILS: https://wireilla.com/papers/ijmnct/V3N3/3313ijmnct02.pdf VOLUME LINK: https://wireilla.com/ijmnct/vol3.html
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  17. 17. CITATION COUNT – 42 COMPARATIVE STUDY OF QOS PARAMETERS OF SIP PROTOCOL IN 802.11A AND 802.11B NETWORK Sutanu Ghosh, Dr. Sudhir Chandra Sur Degree Engg College.,India. ABSTRACT Present day, the internet telephony growth is much faster than previous. Now we are familiar with digitized packet of voice stream. So, we have required VOIP communication. SIP is one type of VOIP protocol. This one has a SIP proxy. There have one of the important communication environment Wireless LAN (WLAN). WLAN have different radio link standard. Here I am comparing SIP protocol in two radio link standard 802.11a and 802.11b environment. The first one have maximum transmission rate of 54Mbps and second one have maximum transmission rate of 11Mbps. In this paper I want to show the results in a comparative plot. These comparisons include server /client throughput, packet drops, end to end delay etc KEYWORDS SIP, RTP, Proxy Server, FTP server and client throughput, Qualnet. FOR MORE DETAILS: https://wireilla.com/papers/ijmnct/V2N6/2612ijmnct03.pdf VOLUME LINK: https://wireilla.com/ijmnct/vol2.html
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  19. 19. AUTHORS Sutanu Ghosh has completed his Masters in Mobile Computing and Communication Engineering from Jadavpur University, Kokata, India in 2009. Presently he is an Asst. Prof in Dr Sudhir Chandra Sur Degree Engg College.

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