Broadcom (United States)
Wael William Diab focuses on Computer network, Femtocell, Power over Ethernet, Ethernet and Real-time computing. His research combines Communication channel and Computer network. His studies in Femtocell integrate themes in fields like Beam pattern, Antenna, Communication device and Cellular communication.
His Power over Ethernet research incorporates themes from Laptop, Power management, Embedded system, Electronic engineering and Electrical engineering. His research in Ethernet intersects with topics in DisplayPort, Constellation diagram, Networking hardware and Multi-frequency network. His work deals with themes such as Audio Video Bridging, Virtual circuit, Efficient energy use and Virtual finite-state machine, which intersect with Real-time computing.
Computer network, Ethernet, Physical layer, Electronic engineering and Power over Ethernet are his primary areas of study. Wael William Diab combines subjects such as Efficient energy use and Broadband with his study of Computer network. His Efficient energy use research integrates issues from Real-time computing and Networking hardware.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Energy-Efficient Ethernet, Media access control and Communication channel. As part of one scientific family, he deals mainly with the area of Power over Ethernet, narrowing it down to issues related to the Embedded system, and often Computer hardware. As a member of one scientific family, Wael William Diab mostly works in the field of Ethernet flow control, focusing on Carrier Ethernet and, on occasion, Ethernet over SDH.
His primary areas of investigation include Computer network, Real-time computing, Ethernet, Process and Embedded system. His Computer network study focuses mostly on Handover, Network packet, Networking hardware, Communications protocol and Provisioning. His Networking hardware research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Transmission, PHY, Efficient energy use and Electronic engineering.
In the subject of general Ethernet, his work in Ethernet flow control and Synchronous Ethernet is often linked to Uncompressed video, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His studies deal with areas such as Access network, Electrical engineering, Gateway, Physical layer and Service provider as well as Process. His Embedded system research includes themes of Computer hardware and Power over Ethernet.
His primary scientific interests are in Computer network, Ethernet, Real-time computing, Controller and Electronic engineering. His Broadband research extends to the thematically linked field of Computer network. In the field of Ethernet, his study on Ethernet flow control, Synchronous Ethernet and Ethernet frame overlaps with subjects such as Type-length-value.
His work carried out in the field of Real-time computing brings together such families of science as Network performance, Packet analyzer and Packet generator. The various areas that Wael William Diab examines in his Controller study include Port, Handover, User device and Short circuit. His study in Electronic engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Base and Signal.
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Multi-Level Video Processing Within A Vehicular Communication Network
Yousefi Nariman;Kim Yongbum;Walley John;Chen Sherman.
Method and system for providing directory services for peer-to-peer communications
Jeyhan Karaoguz;Xuemin Chen;Wael William Diab;David Garrett.
Providing power over ethernet within a vehicular communication network
Wael William Diab;Nariman Yousefi;Yongbum Kim;John Walley.
Content security in a social network
Sherman (Xuemin) Chen;Marcus C. Kellerman;Wael W. Diab;Yasantha N. Rajakarunanayake.
Method and system for energy efficient signaling for 100mbps Ethernet using a subset technique
Wael William Diab;Scott Powell.
Method and System For Traffic Management Via Virtual Machine Migration
Wael William Diab;Bruce Currivan;Jeyhan Karaoguz;Yongbum Kim.
Management of social device interaction with social network infrastructure
Wael W. Diab;James D. Bennett;Marcus C. Kellerman;Yasantha N. Rajakarunanayake.
Ad hoc social networking
James D. Bennett;Yasantha N. Rajakarunanayake;Wael W. Diab;Jeyhan Karaoguz.
Sensor management system in an iot network
John Stuart Walley;Nicholas Ilyadis;Stephen Wilson Bailey;Wael William Diab.
Intelligent Power Over Ethernet Power Management for Personal Computing Devices in Enterprise Environments
Wael William Diab;Simon Assouad.
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