His primary areas of study are Computer network, Linear network coding, Wireless, Wireless network and Telecommunications. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Energy consumption, Throughput and Mobile device. His Linear network coding research incorporates elements of Decoding methods, Coding, Distributed computing and Mobile telephony.
His Wireless research incorporates themes from Quality of service, Time division multiple access and Source-specific multicast, Multicast. Frank H. P. Fitzek combines subjects such as Network architecture, Wireless ad hoc network, Network performance and Routing protocol with his study of Wireless network. In the subject of general Telecommunications, his work in Cooperative diversity is often linked to Application layer, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His primary scientific interests are in Computer network, Linear network coding, Wireless network, Wireless and Network packet. His work in Computer network covers topics such as Mobile device which are related to areas like Mobile computing. His studies deal with areas such as Multimedia and Mobile telephony as well as Mobile computing.
The concepts of his Linear network coding study are interwoven with issues in Energy consumption, Decoding methods, Testbed, Wireless mesh network and Coding. The study incorporates disciplines such as Quality of service and Base station in addition to Wireless. His Network packet study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Real-time computing.
Frank H. P. Fitzek spends much of his time researching Computer network, Linear network coding, The Internet, Network packet and Distributed computing. His work on Wireless network expands to the thematically related Computer network. His research in Wireless network intersects with topics in Forward error correction and Hybrid automatic repeat request.
His Linear network coding research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Wireless, Throughput, Reliability, Data transmission and Decoding methods. His Network packet study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Latency, Coding and Communications system. His Distributed computing research includes themes of Internet access and Base station.
His primary areas of investigation include Computer network, The Internet, Linear network coding, Network packet and Cloud computing. The study of Computer network is intertwined with the study of Throughput in a number of ways. His studies in The Internet integrate themes in fields like Telecommunications, Latency, Resilience, Field and Human–computer interaction.
His Linear network coding research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Wireless, Unicast, Multicast, Communication channel and Decoding methods. His work carried out in the field of Network packet brings together such families of science as Routing, Radio access network and Network agility. His research integrates issues of Wireless network and Mobile telephony in his study of Access network.
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MPEG-4 and H.263 video traces for network performance evaluation
F.H.P. Fitzek;M. Reisslein.
IEEE Network (2001)
Cooperation in Wireless Networks: Principles and Applications
Frank H. P. Fitzek;Marcos D. Katz.
Survey on Energy Consumption Entities on the Smartphone Platform
G. P. Perrucci;F. H. P. Fitzek;J. Widmer.
vehicular technology conference (2011)
Defining 4G technology from the users perspective
S. Frattasi;H. Fathi;F.H.P. Fitzek;R. Prasad.
IEEE Network (2006)
Cognitive Wireless Networks
Frank H. P. Fitzek;Marcos D. Katz.
On the impact of 2G and 3G network usage for mobile phones' battery life
Gian Paolo Perrucci;Frank H.P. Fitzek;Giovanni Sasso;Wolfgang Kellerer.
european wireless conference (2009)
Kodo: an open and research oriented network coding library
Morten V. Pedersen;Janus Heide;Frank H. P. Fitzek.
international conference on networking (2011)
Cooperation in Wireless Networks: Principles and Applications: Real Egoistic Behavior Is to Cooperate!
Frank H. P. Fitzek;Marcos Katz.
Cellular Controlled Short-Range Communication for Cooperative P2P Networking
Frank H. Fitzek;Marcos Katz;Qi Zhang.
Wireless Personal Communications (2009)
Network Coding for Mobile Devices - Systematic Binary Random Rateless Codes
J. Heide;M. V. Pedersen;F. H. P. Fitzek;T. Larsen.
international conference on communications (2009)
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