Following the success of the First MOBILIGHT 2009 in Athens, Greece, the Second International Conference on Mobile Lightweight Systems (MOBILIGHT) was held in Barcelona, Spain on May 10-12, 2010. It was not an easy decision to carry on organizing a scientific event on wireless communications, where competition is really enormous. This decision was motivated by discussion with many colleagues about the current unprecedented demand for lig- weight, wireless communication devices with high usability and performance able to support added-value services in a highly mobile environment. Such devices follow the users everywhere they go (at work, at home, while travelling, in a classroom, etc. ) and result in exciting research, development and business opportunities. Such scenarios clearly demand significant upgrades to the existing communication paradigm in terms of infrastructure, devices and services to support the aanytime, anywhere, any devicea philosophy, providing novel and fast-evolving requirements and expectations on - search and development in the field of information and communication technologies. The core issue is to support wireless users' desire for 24/7 network availability and transparent access to qtheir ownq services. In this context, we continue to envision an international forum where practitioners and researchers coming from the many areas involved in lightweight wireless systemsa design and deployment would be able to interact and exchange experiences.The block diagram of the proposed design including the selected components is shown in Figure 2. Next sections present ... In a Doherty amplifier, there are two amplifiers in parallel biased in class-AB and class-C, respectively. To model their anbsp;...
|Title||:||Mobile Lightweight Wireless Systems|
|Author||:||Periklis Chatzimisios, Christos Verikoukis, Ignacio Santamaria, Massimiliano Laddomada, Oliver Hoffmann|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2010-10-21|