Journal: IEEE Veh. Technol. Mag.

Volume 2, Issue 4

2 -- 52Fan Bai, Hannes Hartenstein. Foreword
4 -- 11Guillermo Acosta-Marum, Mary Ann Ingram. Six time- and frequency- selective empirical channel models for vehicular wireless LANs
12 -- 18Jared Dulmage, Michael P. Fitz. Nonisotropic fading channel model for the highway environment
19 -- 25Indranil Sen, David W. Matolak. V2V channels and performance of multiuser spread spectrum modulation
26 -- 32Kishore Ramachandran, Marco Gruteser, Ryokichi Onishi, Toshiro Hikita. Experimental analysis of broadcast reliability in dense vehicular networks
33 -- 39Javier Gozálvez, Miguel Sepulcre. Opportunistic technique for efficient wireless vehicular communications
46 -- 52Harvey Glickenstein. Transportation Systems
50 -- 52Bill Fleming. Advanced Safety Features Score Big in New Technology Study [Automotive Electronics]
53 -- 59Javier Gozálvez. WiMAX recognized as an IMT-2000 3G technology [Mobile Radio]

Volume 2, Issue 3

2 -- 4Jordi Pérez-Romero. Foreward
6 -- 13Antonis M. Hadjiantonis, Marinos Charalambides, George Pavlou. An adaptive service management framework for wireless networks
14 -- 20Kun Yang, John Wittgreffe, Manooch Azmoodeh. Policy-based model-driven creation of adaptive services in wireless environments
21 -- 28Kostas Tsagkaris, Panagiotis Demestichas, George Dimitrakopoulos. Policies for the management of services in CDMA-based segments of the b3g world
29 -- 34David Gozalvez, Jose F. Monserrat, Daniel Calabuig, Javier Gozálvez. Policy-based channel access mechanism selection for QoS provision in IEEE 802.11e
35 -- 40Sana Horrich, Sana Ben Jamaa, Paul Houzé. Policy based RRM for network-terminal decision sharing
41 -- 50Robert C. Daniels, Robert W. Heath Jr.. 60 GHz wireless communications: Emerging requirements and design recommendations
51 -- 57Javier Gozálvez. GSM Celebrates Its 20th Anniversary [Mobile Radio]
58 -- 60Bill Fleming. Endangered Technologies [Automotive Electronics]
62 -- 65Harvey Glickenstein. SNCF and Alstom Set New World Speed Record [Transportation Systems]
68 -- 69Lutz Lampe. Book Review [review of "Wireless Communications" (Molish, A.; 2005)]

Volume 2, Issue 2

2 -- 0James Irvine. Foreward
4 -- 11Mark Hartong, Rajni Goel, Duminda Wijesekera. Key management requirements for PTC operations
12 -- 22Fan Li, Yu Wang. Routing in vehicular ad hoc networks: A survey
23 -- 29Yingming Tsai, Guodong Zhang, Donald Grieco, Fatih M. Ozluturk, Xiaodong Wang 0001. Cell search in 3GPP long term evolution systems
30 -- 37Gonzalo Camarillo. Adding consent-based communications to SIP
38 -- 44Javier Gozálvez. WiTricity-The Wireless Power Transfer [Mobile Radio]
45 -- 48Bill Fleming. Smart Rides? [Automotive Electronics]
49 -- 52Harvey Glickenstein. New Rail Line for South Africa [Transportation Systems]
53 -- 54Dennis Bodson. Dynamic & Efficient Spectrum Use [Standards]
55 -- 0James Irvine. VTC2007-Spring in Dublin

Volume 2, Issue 1

2 -- 55Vijay K. Varma, Thomas Magedanz, Kee Chaing Chua. Foreword
4 -- 11Christophe Gourraud. Using IMS as a Service Framework
12 -- 19John O'Connell. Service Delivery within an IMS Environment
20 -- 27Thibault Renier, Kim Lynggaard Larsen, Germán Castro, Hans-Peter Schwefel. Mid-Session Macro-Mobility in IMS-Based Networks
28 -- 34Dragos Vingarzan, Peter Weik, F. Fokus. IMS Signaling over Current Wireless Networks: Experiments Using the Open IMS Core
35 -- 42Tsunehiko Chiba, Hidetoshi Yokota, Akira Idoue, Ashutosh Dutta, Subir Das, Fuchun Joseph Lin. Gap Analysis and Deployment Architectures for 3GPP2 MMD Networks
43 -- 48Harvey Glickenstein. New Rail Line for South Africa [Transportation Systems]
49 -- 50Bill Fleming. Fabulous, Flawed and Futuristic [Automotive Electronics]
51 -- 55Javier Gozálvez. Ultra Mobile Broadband [Mobile Radio]
56 -- 57Dennis Bodson. IEEE Moves Forward with Broadband Wireless [Standards]
58 -- 50James M. Irvine. VTC Comes to Baltimore [VTS News]