His main research concerns Computer network, Wireless, Node, Wireless network and User equipment. His Computer network research includes elements of Distributed computing and Wireless WAN. His Wireless research includes themes of Access network, Real-time computing, Spectral efficiency and Current cell.
His Node study combines topics in areas such as Network access point, Terminal and Peer-to-peer. Gavin Bernard Horn focuses mostly in the field of Wireless network, narrowing it down to matters related to Radio access network and, in some cases, Process. The concepts of his User equipment study are interwoven with issues in Relay, System information, Backhaul and Transmission.
His primary areas of investigation include Computer network, Wireless, User equipment, Node and Base station. His Computer network research incorporates themes from Wireless network and Terminal. His studies in Wireless integrate themes in fields like Connection, Transmission, Signal and Scheduling.
His User equipment study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Handover and Wireless WAN. His Node study incorporates themes from Hidden node problem and Dual. His Identifier research integrates issues from Distributed computing and Mobile device.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Computer network, User equipment, Wireless, Base station and Telecommunications link. The study incorporates disciplines such as Wireless communication systems and State in addition to Computer network. He interconnects Core network, Radio access network and Decoding methods in the investigation of issues within User equipment.
The various areas that Gavin Bernard Horn examines in his Wireless study include Ran, Paging, Timer and Transmission. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Layer, Handover and Signal, Data transmission, Electrical engineering. Radio access technology and Minification is closely connected to Dual in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Node.
His primary scientific interests are in Computer network, Wireless, User equipment, Base station and Network packet. His work on Telecommunications link, Core network and Identifier as part of general Computer network study is frequently linked to Radio Link Control and Set, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Wireless study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Node, Signal and Link.
Gavin Bernard Horn combines subjects such as Radio access network and Paging with his study of User equipment. Gavin Bernard Horn has researched Base station in several fields, including Airfield traffic pattern, Scheduling and Real-time computing. His work deals with themes such as Convergence and Protocol, which intersect with Network packet.
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FLID-DL: congestion control for layered multicast
John Byers;Michael Frumin;Gavin Horn;Michael Luby.
New Generation Computing (2000)
Configuration of user equipment for peer-to-peer communication
Ho Saiyiu;Horn Gavin;Griot Miguel;Nagaraja Nagendra.
System and method of offloading traffic to a wireless local area network
Gavin Bernard Horn;Arnaud Meylan;Rohit Kapoor.
Methods and apparatus for scheduling, serving, receiving media-on-demand for clients, servers arranged according to constraints on resources
Gavin Horn;Michael G. Luby;Jens Rasmussen;Per Knudsgaard.
Providing multiple levels of service for wireless communication
Rajarshi Gupta;Fatih Ulupinar;Parag A. Agashe;Peerapol Tinnakornsrisuphap.
Device managed access point lists in wireless communications
Srinivasan Balasubramanian;Manoj M. Deshpande;Young C. Yoon;Gavin B. Horn.
Access management for wireless communication
Rajarshi Gupta;Anand Palanigounder;Fatih Ulupinar;Gavin B. Horn.
Split-cell relay packet routing
Fatih Ulupinar;Yongsheng Shi;Gavin Bernard Horn;Parag Arun Agashe.
Configuring an identifier for an access point
Gupta Rajarshi;Khandekar Aamod;Horn Gavin;Agashe Parag.
Registration and access control in femto cell deployments
Manoj Madhukar Deshpande;Francesco Pica;Gavin Bernard Horn;Jen Mei Chen.
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