1998 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to packet switching technology.
His study in Cellular network intersects with areas of studies such as Time division multiple access and Base station. Luigi Fratta carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Time division multiple access and Cellular network. His Network packet study is focused on Retransmission and Transmission delay. His Transmission delay study frequently involves adjacent topics like Network packet. Luigi Fratta incorporates Computer network and Real-time computing in his studies. He integrates Real-time computing and Computer network in his studies. His Algorithm study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Gradient method. His research on Gradient method often connects related topics like Algorithm. Many of his studies on Relaxation (psychology) apply to Neuroscience as well.
His research on Retransmission and Connectionless communication is centered around Network packet. The study of Semiconductor laser theory, Vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser and Transverse mode are components of his Laser research. Luigi Fratta regularly links together related areas like Optics in his Semiconductor laser theory studies. His Vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser research extends to the thematically linked field of Optics. Luigi Fratta performs integrative Transverse mode and Laser research in his work. His research links Terminal (telecommunication) with Computer network. His work often combines Telecommunications and Transmission (telecommunications) studies. Transmission (telecommunications) and Telecommunications are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary research. Luigi Fratta conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Wireless and Wireless network through his research.
Luigi Fratta integrates several fields in his works, including Telecommunications and Transmission (telecommunications). He carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Transmission (telecommunications) and Telecommunications. He undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Wireless and Wireless network in his work. He merges many fields, such as Wireless network and Computer network, in his writings. Luigi Fratta brings together Computer network and Wireless mesh network to produce work in his papers. His Wireless mesh network study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Wireless. His study in Electronic engineering extends to Routing (electronic design automation) with its themes. The study of Electronic engineering is intertwined with the study of Routing (electronic design automation) in a number of ways. He combines Directional antenna and Antenna (radio) in his studies.
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Performance evaluation and enhancement of the CSMA/CA MAC protocol for 802.11 wireless LANs
G. Bianchi;L. Fratta;M. Oliveri.
personal, indoor and mobile radio communications (1996)
The flow deviation method: An approach to store-and-forward communication network design
Luigi Fratta;Mario Gerla;Leonard Kleinrock.
ADHOC MAC: new MAC architecture for ad hoc networks providing efficient and reliable point-to-point and broadcast services
Flaminio Borgonovo;Antonio Capone;Matteo Cesana;Luigi Fratta.
Wireless Networks (2004)
On improving relaxation methods by modified gradient techniques
P. M. Camerini;L. Fratta;F. Maffioli.
A Boolean algebra method for computing the terminal reliability in a communication network
L. Fratta;U. Montanari.
IEEE Transactions on Circuit Theory (1973)
ATM: bandwidth assignment and bandwidth enforcement policies
G. Gallassi;G. Rigolio;L. Fratta.
global communications conference (1989)
Expressnet: A High-Performance Integrated-Services Local Area Network
F. Tobagi;F. Borgonovo;L. Fratta.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (1983)
MACA-BI (MACA By Invitation)-a receiver oriented access protocol for wireless multihop networks
F. Talucci;M. Gerla;L. Fratta.
personal indoor and mobile radio communications (1997)
C-PRMA: The centralized packet reservation multiple access for local wireless communications
G. Bianchi;F. Borgonovo;L. Fratta;L. Musumeci.
global communications conference (1994)
Topological design of the wavelength-division optical network
J.A. Bannister;L. Fratta;M. Gerla.
international conference on computer communications (1990)
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