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Amal ABDEL-RAZZAC
État académique
Thèse soutenue le 2015-01-15
Sujet: Convergence des systèmes DVB et 3GPP pour solution de TV mobile optimisée
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Productions scientifiques
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Performance evaluation of dual carrier feature in the uplink of HSPA+ systems
Proc IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference VTC-Fall 2012conference, seminar, workshop communication 2012-09-03
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Impact of LTE and DVB-NGH cooperation on QoS of Mobile TV users
International Conference on Communications 2013 (ICC 2013) International Conference on Communications 2013 (ICC 2013)conference proceeding 2013
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Planning of Mobile TV service in standalone and cooperative DVB-NGH and LTE networks
Modeling & Optimization in Mobile, Ad Hoc & Wireless Networks (WiOpt), 2013 11th International Symposium on Modeling & Optimization in Mobile, Ad Hoc & Wireless Networks (WiOpt), 2013 11th International Symposium onconference proceeding 2013
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Dimensioning and Profit Sharing in Hybrid LTE/DVB Systems to Offer Mobile TV Services
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications ISSN:1536-1276article in peer-reviewed journal 2013
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Comparison of LTE eMBMS and DVB-NGH mobile TV solutions from an energy consumption perspective
The power demand of future wireless networks is predicted to dramatically increase. This energy consumption issue, if unaddressed, will restrict the roll-out of many new services. Based on this fact, we try in this paper to study and compare the energy consumption of the most popular mobile TV delivery solutions: LTE eMBMS and DVB-NGH. We study the energy consumption in a region where Mobile TV is delivered by a standalone LTE network and a standalone DVB-NGH transmitter or by a cooperative LTE/DVB network. By cooperation we mean that the mobile TV coverage is ensured by DVB in the region surrounding a broadcasting tower and by LTE otherwise. Our work is a simulation one and can be used as an offline study that enables the operators to configure their networks towards a Green Mobile TV delivery. Results shows that the cooperation will decrease the power consumption of at least one of the cooperative operators (LTE and/or DVB) and thus it will certainly decrease the overall power consumption in the service region for a high level Green Mobile TV solution.
Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC Workshops), 2013 IEEE 24th International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC Workshops), 2013 IEEE 24th International Symposium onconference proceeding 2013
Soutenance
Thèse: Coopération entre LTE et DVB pour une solution de TV mobile optimisée
Soutenance: 2015-01-15
Rapporteurs: Antonio CAPONE    Zaher DAWY