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4G++: Advanced Performance Boosting Techniques in 4th Generation Wireless Systems

Title: 
4G++: Advanced Performance Boosting Techniques in 4th Generation Wireless Systems
Funding Agency: 
Egyptian National Telecom Regulatory Authority, Ministry of Communication and Information Technology
Amount of Fund: 
Approximately EGP 1.6 Million
Start date: 
Tue, 01/02/2011
Team Members
Principal Investigator: 
Members From Department: 
Other Members: 

Dr. Mostafa Elkhamy, Assistant Professor, Alexandria University
Dr. Haitham Hamza, Assistant Professor, Cairo University

Project duration: 
Two years
List of Specific Project Objectives: 

1) Provide innovative schemes for performance and capacity boosting in LTE and LTE-Advanced wireless systems.
2) Build research capacity for young researchers and emphasize the values of working in a research team.
3) Establish a base for a “Center of Excellence” in wireless systems research and development in Egypt.
4) Provide a means to enhance the related curriculum on graduate and under-graduate wireless systems, communications, and networks in two public universities in Egypt.
5) Put Egypt in the spotlight of potential producers of knowledge, research, and development in wireless systems particularly LTE and LTE-Advanced.

Project deliverables: 

Expected deliverables are papers and prototypes for different resource management schemes. Periodic reports will document project outputs.

List of Procured Facilities: 

6 Laptops/PC's (HP, Dell, Lenovo or similar)
1 Heavy duty printer (HP, Lexmark, Samsung)
1 scanner (HP or Samsung)
1 datashow (Epson)