Workshop Presentations

  1. P. B. Wong, "Low-complexity Signal Combining in Two-Antenna Hand-Held Receiver," Third Workshop on Smart Antennas in Wireless Mobile Communications, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, July 25-26, 1996.

  2. D. Lam, (et al), "Modeling Location Management in Personal Communications Services," Workshop on Mobility and Data Management in Personal Communications Services, Stanford, CA, August 20, 1996.

  3. J. Jannink, (Lam, Shivakumar, Widom, Cox), "Efficient and Flexible Location Management Techniques for Wireless Communications Systems," Workshop on Mobility and Data Management in Personal Communications Services, Stanford, CA, August 20, 1996.

  4. B. A. Akyol (and D. C. Cox), "Signaling Alternatives in a Wireless ATM Network: The Migratory Signaling Approach," ATM '96 Workshop, San Francisco, CA, August 25-27, 1996.

  5. K. B. Johnson, D. Wong, R. Narasimhan and D. C. Cox, "Overview of Handoff," Workshop on Pattern Recognition for Handoff in Wireless Systems, Stanford, CA, April 16, 1998.

  6. D. C. Cox, "Handoff Issues" and "Handoff Today and Yesterday," Workshop on Pattern Recognition for Handoff in Wireless Systems, Stanford, CA, April 16, 1998.

  7. D. Wong and D. C. Cox, "Handoff in Microcells Using Match Functions," Workshop on Pattern Recognition for Handoff in Wireless Systems, Stanford, CA, April 16, 1998.

  8. R. Narasimhan and D. C. Cox, "Handoff Criteria and Handoff Based on Probabilities Neural Networks," Workshop on Pattern Recognition for Handoff in Wireless Systems, Stanford, CA, April 16, 1998.

  9. D. C. Cox, "Broadband Wireless Access; A Perspective," 1998 Horizons Workshop on Broadband Wireless Networking and Technology, Red Bank, NJ, October 1, 1998.
  10. D. C. Cox, “Mobility Issues in Joint Dynamic Channel Assignment and Adaptive Power Control”, Stanford University Center for Telecommunications, workshop on Resource Management in Wireless Networks, Stanford, CA, July 15, 1999.
  11. S. Cheng, A. Lozano and D. C. Cox, “Some Results on Joint Dynamic Channel Assignment and Adaptive Power Control with Mobile Users”, Stanford University Center for Telecommunications, workshop on Resource Management in Wireless Networks, Stanford, CA, July 15, 1999.