HTTP 1, 2, 3, ...
Hypertext Transfer Protocol 1, 2, 3 ...

IEEE (Philadelphia) Webinar, 2022-Nov-15
A look into the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) from the "original" HTTP 0.9 to the latest HTTP/3 with QUIC. Also address transport layer efficiency, scalability, robustness, security, and issues related to the use of HTTP as the basis for "Web API".

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Next-Next-Generation Wi-Fi
from Contention to Scheduled Access

IEEE (Philadelphia), 2022-July-19
The first part looks into the trends, use cases, motivations, and technology features likely to be introduced into future Wi-Fi in the next ten years beyond Wi-Fi 6/6E. The second part focuses on latency reduction, as well as issues and nuances of introducing scheduled access into Wi-Fi's traditional world of contention based access.

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Randomized MAC Addresses
System Impacts and Implications

IEEE (Philadelphia), 2021-Oct-19
A look into the increasingly ubiqiutous trend of mobile consumer devices randomizing their MAC addresses, with analyses on how such randomizations are likely to impact network systems and discussion of possible mitigation measures. (Corresponding article.)

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The Future of Communications
CONET (IEEE Philadelphia Consultant Network), 2015-Sep-01
A survey of factors likely to influence the future of communications technologies and services in the future, and a view on likely technology responses through link technologies, architectural re-thinking, and standards directions.

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Re-Architecting the Wireless Telecom System
CONET (IEEE Philadelphia Consultant Network), 2012-Mar-06
A technology agnostic view on the evolution of the wireless telecom system from mobile voice to mobile data, and the quest for bigger capacity and faster speeds at lower cost with small cells.

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Software Defined Networking (SDN)
CONET (IEEE Philadelphia Consultant Network), 2013-May-07
A presentation on SDN's nascent history, concepts & principles, technology & standards, commercial & market impacts, future researach & development directions, and exploration of ideas to extend SDN concepts & principles to other applications and other technological areas.

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Quality of Service (QoS)
CONET (IEEE Philadelphia Consultant Network), 2014-May-06
A presentation on Quality of Service (QoS) in networking and telecommunications; covers the motivation and needs for QoS, applicability of QoS, QoS concepts, basic principles & techniques, technologies & standards, and commercial & policy impacts.

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