The Friends of the UNH Library begins a spring semester lecture series with a lecture by Dr. Amir Esmailpour about the evolution of wireless technologies. Emphasis will be given to physical, MAC, network, and application layer enhancements in the latest 3G and 4G technologies, including topics such as network architecture, quality of service provisioning, radio resource management (RRM) techniques, security protocols and wireless network integration technologies.
Wednesday, Feb. 8, at 3 p.m.
Marvin K. Peterson Library, Upper Level
Dr. Amir Esmailpour is an assistant professor in the department of electrical and computer engineering and computer science at UNH. He teaches computer and networking courses and conducts research on 4th Generation (4G) wireless networks such as Long Term Evolution and Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access He received his Ph.D. at the University of Guelph. He has worked for Nortel Networks and Daimler Chrysler, and has strong industrial affiliations with Ericsson, Cisco and RIM.
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