Alessandro Bazzi

Institute of Electronics, Computer and Telecommunication Engineering Italy

Alessandro Bazzi received his bachelor's degree (with honors) and his Ph.D. in Telecommunications Engineering from the University of Bologna in 2002 and 2006, respectively. Since 2002 he has carried out research activities for the IEIIT institute of the CNR and is part of the WiLab group. He carries out research activities in national and international projects and his interests include the study of performance through measures, analytical studies and simulations of wireless systems and heterogeneous networks, with particular reference to access to the medium, the management of radio resources and routing. His studies also include the application of wireless technologies to connected vehicle networks and visible light communications. He is the author of numerous publications in the field of wireless systems and networks and collaborates in various capacities with the organization of various international magazines and conferences.

Alessandro Bazzi

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In the last decades the restless evolution of information and communication technologies (ICT) brought to a deep transformation of our habits. The growth of the Internet and the advances in hardware and software implementations modified our way to communicate and to share information. In this book, an overview of the major issues faced today by researchers in the field of radio communications is given through 35 high quality chapters written by specialists working in universities and research centers all over the world. Various aspects will be deeply discussed: channel modeling, beamforming, multiple antennas, cooperative networks, opportunistic scheduling, advanced admission control, handover management, systems performance assessment, routing issues in mobility conditions, localization, web security. Advanced techniques for the radio resource management will be discussed both in single and multiple radio technologies; either in infrastructure, mesh or ad hoc networks.

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