His primary scientific interests are in Computer network, Wireless, Telecommunications link, Electronic engineering and Transmission. His Computer network research includes elements of Telecommunications, Real-time computing and Embedded system. He has included themes like Scheduling, Base station and Synchronization in his Wireless study.
Within one scientific family, Christopher R. Cave focuses on topics pertaining to Communication channel under Telecommunications link, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Header, Frame and Protocol data unit. Christopher R. Cave has researched Electronic engineering in several fields, including Discontinuous transmission, Electrical engineering, Discontinuous reception, Acknowledgement and Joint. His work deals with themes such as Network providers, Full cycle and Network packet, which intersect with Transmission.
Christopher R. Cave mainly focuses on Computer network, Wireless, Telecommunications link, Transmission and Communication channel. Much of his study explores Computer network relationship to Real-time computing. His Wireless study combines topics in areas such as Electronic engineering, Control channel, State and Electrical engineering.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network, Signal, Random access and Access control. His Transmission research incorporates themes from Reset, Power level, Computer hardware and Transmission Time Interval. The Communication channel study which covers Protocol data unit that intersects with Queue.
His primary areas of study are Computer network, Wireless, Telecommunications link, Transmission and Communication channel. In general Computer network, his work in Node, Channel, Hybrid automatic repeat request and Network packet is often linked to Unit linking many areas of study. The concepts of his Wireless study are interwoven with issues in Computer hardware, Handover, Paging, Real-time computing and System information.
His study in Telecommunications link is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Wireless transmission and Random access. His Transmission research focuses on Signal and how it relates to Channel state information and Electronic engineering. Christopher R. Cave has researched Communication channel in several fields, including Header, Protocol data unit and Access control.
Christopher R. Cave focuses on Computer network, Wireless, Telecommunications link, Communication channel and Transmission. Christopher R. Cave incorporates Computer network and Set in his research. His study looks at the intersection of Wireless and topics like State with Real-time computing.
He focuses mostly in the field of Telecommunications link, narrowing it down to matters related to Random access and, in some cases, Preamble, Random-access channel and Wireless transmission. His Communication channel research integrates issues from Codec, Computer hardware and NAK. His research in Transmission intersects with topics in Electronic engineering, Signal and Channel state information.
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METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR REDUCING INTERFERENCE IN DEVICE
Virgil Comsa;Diana Pani;Cave Christopher;Terry Stephen E.
Methods and systems for in-device interference mitigation
콤사 버질;파니 다이아나;케이브 크리스토퍼;테리 스테픈 이.
Methods to enable scheduling and control of direct link communication in cellular communication systems
Ghyslain Pelletier;Diana Pani;Benoit Pelletier;Christopher R. Cave.
Method, system and apparatus for downlink shared channel reception in cooperative multipoint transmissions
Afshin Haghighat;Allan Y Tsai;Christopher Cave;Ghyslain Pelletier.
A wireless transmit/receive unit, a method implemented therein and a network node
Rudolf Marian;Marinier Paul;Pani Diana;Pelletier Ghyslain.
Harq process utilization in multiple carrier wireless communications
Benoit Pelletier;Jean-Louis Gauvreau;Diana Pani;Christopher R. Cave.
Method and apparatus for supporting home node b services
Benoit Pelletier;Christopher R Cave;Diana Pani;Paul Marinier.
METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR CELL SELECTION IN MOBILE COMMUNICATION NETWORK
Diana Pani;Paul Marnier;Benoit Peltier;Christopher R Cave.
APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR EFFICIENT SIGNALING FOR MACHINE TYPE COMMUNICATION
Aghili Behrouz;Murray Joseph M;Gauvreau Jean Louis;Pinheiro Ana Lucia A.
Method and apparatus for multiple carrier utilization in wireless communications
Benoit Pelletier;Christopher R. Cave;Fengjun Xi;Diana Pani.
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