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IEEE Communications Magazine March 2004128 0163-6804/04/$20.00 2004 IEEE This work was supported
 

Summary: IEEE Communications Magazine March 2004128 0163-6804/04/$20.00 2004 IEEE
This work was supported
in part by an NSF grant
ANI-0117840.
ACCEPTED FROM OPEN CALL
INTRODUCTION
Next-/fourth-generation (NG/4G) wireless sys-
tems, currently in the design phase and sched-
uled to be deployed by the end of this decade,
are expected to support considerably high data
rates, and will be based on IP technology, mak-
ing them an integral part of the Internet infra-
structure. Users are expected to be able to
receive the same services over NG systems as
they do over wireline networks, including band-
width-demanding applications like interactive
multimedia, voice over Internet, games, and
videoconferencing. Furthermore, such services
are to be provided ubiquitously over a diverse
set of environments including indoor home and

  

Source: Altunbasak, Yucel - School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology

 

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