The Wireless & Mobile Communications (WMC) Laboratory at the Computer Science & Engineering Department is led by Dr. Khaled Elleithy. The mission of the WMC Laboratory is to advance the state-of-the-art in wireless and mobile communications.
We are currently working on the following projects:
- 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) [Tariq Abuzegleh]
- Bit Error Rate Performance of Multi-user Wireless DS-CDMA receivers;
- Collaborative Learning Applications for Mobile Devices [Abdul Razaque]
- Digital Forensics of Wireless Systems and Devices [Miznah Alshammary]
- Effect of Curvature on the Conformal Microstrip Antenna [Ali Alrashedy]
- Femto Cells [Varun rao]
- Fundamental Limits and Optimality of Wireless Mobile Ad Hoc Networks [Laiali Almazayedh]
- Handover and authentication in mobile networks [Andriy Shpylchyn]
- Multimedia in E-Learning over Mobile Environments [Ibrahim Alkore]
- Multimedia over wireless sensor networks [Sumaya Abusaleh]
- Performance Optimization of Multi-user Receivers
- Power-Efficient Wireless CDMA Systems
- QoS of Multi-user communications for Cellular Networks
- Security of ID Document and ID Card Enrollment Stations [Eugene Gerety]
The WMC Laboratory was established with equipment funds from University of Bridgeport. The main facilities include 12 Desktop PCs, 4 3Com Ethernet client bridges, 3 Cisco access point, 4 3Com firewall, 3 3Com 24 port switch, 2 Allied Telesis 12 port switch , 1 3Com 8 port switch, 1 Intel 16 port switch, 3 Net-gear access point, 14 PCI MCI wireless cards,3 Ericsson Bluetooth devices. The WMC Laboratory is a scalable, reconfigurable system built upon open communications architecture that facilitates both distributed experimentation and distributed simulations.
The WMC Laboratory provides an excellent environment for students and faculty members to carry out networking research. Currently two Ph.D. students and several Master students conduct their research using the WMC Laboratory.