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    Wireless Engineering and Technology
    ISSN: 2152-2294 (Print) 2152-2308 (Online).
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    Table of Contents(Vol.02 No.02, Apr. 2011):
    Bandwidth Enhancement and Size Reduction of Microstrip Patch Antenna by Magnetoinductive Waveguide Loading
    Jayant G. Joshi, Shyam S. Pattnaik, Swapna Devi, Mohan R. Lohokare

    MoM Analysis and Design of a Compact Coaxial-to-Microstrip Directional Coupler
    Nadia Benabdallah, Nasreddine Benahmed, Fethi Tarik Bendimerad, Boumedienne Benyoucef

    Performance Tradeoff with Routing Protocols for Radio Models in Wireless Sensor Networks
    Manju Bala, Lalit Awasthi

    Reconfigurable Microstrip Double-Dipole Antennas for Personal Wireless Communications
    Abdelnasser Eldek, Abubaker Abdallah, Mahmoud Manzoul

    Error Resilient IPTV for an IEEE 802.16e Channel
    Laith Al-Jobouri, Martin Fleury, Mohammed Ghanbari

    Inhomogeneous Perforated Reflect-Array Antennas
    Mojtaba Moeini-Fard, Mohammad Khalaj-Amirhosseini

    A Self-Optimization of the Dynamic Resource Management Based on the Cognitive Radio
    Jamal Raiyn

    Aperture Coupled Microstrip Antenna for Dual-Band
    Rajesh Kumar Vishwakarma, Sanjay Tiwari

    Layout Design of LC VCO with Current Mirror Using 0.18 Ám Technology
    Namrata Prasad, Radheshyam Gamad

    A Self-Similar Fractal Cantor Antenna for MICS Band Wireless Applications
    Gopalakrishnan Srivatsun, Sundaresan Subha Rani, Gangadaran Saisundara Krishnan

    A New Algorithm of Mobile Node Localization Based on RSSI
    Jie Zhan, Hongli Liu, Bowei Huang

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    WET is an OPEN ACCESS journal dedicated to the latest advancement of wireless engineering and technology.
    Antenna Systems and Radio Frequency (RF) Engineering
    Multiuser and Multiple Access Schemes
    Radio Network Planning and Optimisation for UMTS
    Vehicular Communications and Networks
    Wireless Multimedia Communications and Computing
    Wireless Sensor Networks
    Wireless Traffic and Routing
    Broadband Wireless Access Techniques
    Radio Resource Management and Interference Control
    Microwave and Millimetre Wave Theory and techniques
    Optical Wireless Communications
    Terahertz and Infrared Technology and Engineering
    Wireless Channel Modeling and Propagation
    Wireless Power Transmission
    Wireless System Architectures and Applications
    Body Area Networks and Its Applications
    Cognitive Radio and Software Defined Radio
    Wireless Air Interface and Link Control



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    There are several varieties which are widely available wireless Internet access. The most common is by far the Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi is a type of short-range wireless network, which is usually associated with wireless hot spots you want to find a bar or bookstore. This is a very convenient and easy to set up a feature on your connection wireless broadband router.

    G3 is another popular way to get onto the Internet wirelessly. G3 network uses a technology that is similar to cellular technology, which allows the use of mobile phones. G3 technology allows smart phones and laptops to connect to the Internet and cell phone towers is moving very fast speed as the train or by car (the Doppler effect can ruin some of the wireless connections even at relatively low speeds) and a surface lot wide.

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