Rajat Prakash mainly focuses on Computer network, Terminal, Wireless, Node and Electronic engineering. The various areas that he examines in his Computer network study include Relay and Real-time computing. His Terminal research includes themes of Protocol stack, Security token, Handover, Unique identifier and Paging.
His work on Interference management as part of general Wireless research is often related to Resource utilization, thus linking different fields of science. His Node research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Network access point, Wireless network and Protocol. The study incorporates disciplines such as Transmission and Telecommunications link in addition to Electronic engineering.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Computer network, Terminal, Wireless, Base station and User equipment. In his research, Electronic engineering is intimately related to Wireless communication systems, which falls under the overarching field of Computer network. His Terminal study incorporates themes from Transmission and Distributed computing.
His studies in User equipment integrate themes in fields like Relay and Backhaul. The Handover study combines topics in areas such as Timer and Real-time computing. Rajat Prakash interconnects Hidden node problem and Paging in the investigation of issues within Node.
Rajat Prakash mainly investigates Computer network, User equipment, Base station, Wireless and Real-time computing. His work in Computer network is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Wireless network. Rajat Prakash has included themes like Core network, Radio spectrum, Wireless access point and Service provider in his User equipment study.
His Base station research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Channel and Wireless communication systems. His Wireless study combines topics in areas such as Node, Scheduling and Radio access technology. The Real-time computing study which covers Transmitter power output that intersects with Electronic engineering.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Computer network, Real-time computing, Base station, Handover and Transmitter power output. Rajat Prakash has researched Computer network in several fields, including Wireless and Wireless network. His study focuses on the intersection of Wireless and fields such as Radio access technology with connections in the field of Computer hardware and Station.
His study looks at the intersection of Real-time computing and topics like Circuit switching with Identifier, Voice over IP and Internet Protocol. His work on EnodeB as part of general User equipment study is frequently connected to Threshold limit value, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. The Signal on and Terminal research Rajat Prakash does as part of his general Electrical engineering study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Value and Metric, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
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Providing multiple levels of service for wireless communication
Rajarshi Gupta;Fatih Ulupinar;Parag A. Agashe;Peerapol Tinnakornsrisuphap.
Adaptation of handover parameters
Catovic Amer;Agashe Parag A;Gupta Rajarshi;Horn Gavin B.
Quick paging channel with reduced probability of missed page
Avneesh Agrawal;Rajat Prakash.
Random access design in a multiple component carrier communication network
Aleksandar Damnjanovic;Jelena M Damnjanovic;Peter Gaal;Rajat Prakash.
System and method for cell search and selection in a wireless communication system
Manoj M. Deshpande;Sanjiv Nanda;Jen Mei Chen;Francesco Pica.
Wireless resource allocation methods and apparatus
Alexei Gorokhov;Aamod Khandekar;Ravi Palanki;Rajat Prakash.
Method and apparatus for multi - radio coexistence
Pranav Dayal;Tamer Adel Kadous;Ashok Mantravadi;Jibing Wang.
Method and apparatus that facilitates a timing alignment in a multicarrier system
Nathan Edward Tenny;Parag Arun Agashe;Peter Gaal;Rajat Prakash.
Using identifiers to establish communication
Gavin Bernard Horn;Parag Arun Agashe;Rajat Prakash;Rajarshi Gupta.
Resource Partitioning Information for Enhanced Interference Coordination
Damnjanovic Aleksandar;Vajapeyam Madhavan Srinivasan;Kitazoe Masato;Song Osok.
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