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14th Annual International Conference on Wireless and Optical Communications, 2005. WOCC 2005

Date 22-23 April 2005

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  • The 14th Annual Wireless & Optical Communications Conference - WOCC 2005

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  • Table of contents - The Fourteenth Annual Wireless and Optical Communications Conference "Convergent Communications"

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  • Welcome message

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  • Conference theme

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  • Conference organizer

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  • Conference Program

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  • F1 and S1 - opening remarks

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  • F1 and S1 - opening remarks

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  • F2 - plenary session I

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  • ASTRI: building the technology base for Hong Kong's future

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    Summary form only given. The government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region founded the Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute Company Limited (ASTRI) in 2001 to capture the promises of technological advances for Hong Kong through world-class applied research. In September 2004, ASTRI completed its five-year strategic plan with an objective to become Greater China's... View full abstract»

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  • Perspectives on photonic integration

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    Summary form only given. Photonic integration can be viewed as a replacement technology from two perspectives; replacing discrete optical solutions with improvements in cost, size, and power, but also enabling the evolving replacement of network functionality that has historically been provided in the electronic domain. This talk will explore the status of integration in the world of photonics, bo... View full abstract»

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  • Convergent communication technologies and services with context awareness

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    Summary form only given. The worlds of universal telephony and best-effort data networking, two disparate communication services in the past, are converging to one in which the user's multimedia experiences are becoming increasingly rich, personalized, spontaneous and interactive. The so-called converged network has set the stage for user-centric broadband services. For example, on-demand media is... View full abstract»

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  • F3 - plenary session II

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  • Converged services and the Telco of the future

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    Summary form only given. Traditional fixed-line Telcos as well as newer mobile operators are facing competitive and profit-affecting challenges as broadband network access and IP services roll out to customers. Entry barriers for competitors are continually dropping, making it increasingly important to differentiate services by something other than price. This talk will review recent announcements... View full abstract»

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  • Overview of optical and wireless communication R&D in the 863 Program

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    Summary form only given. The 863 Program is China's most important high-tech research and development program. Communication is one of the four topics of the information technology area of the program. Communication topic includes three main important orientations: 1) new generation information network technology; 2) optical communication technology; and 3) personal communication technology. The a... View full abstract»

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  • A business case for mobile broadband data

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    Summary form only given. As a venture capitalist, we are seeing a new wave of innovation and investment opportunities occurring in the communications industry around fixed and mobile broadband access. This is a result of (1) a growing appetite for ubiquitous accessibility to the Internet and all of the services it can offer, (2) infrastructure technologies maturing to the point of readiness for tr... View full abstract»

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  • Convergence of wireless services

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    Summary form only given. Today's end users want access to their communications and entertainment services from multiple places such as home or office using different devices without separate accounts. Users want to be able to share contact lists as they access and share all types of content; voice, video and data. To offer converged, blended lifestyle services, service providers are providing bund... View full abstract»

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  • F5 - technical session I: wireless and wireline convereence

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  • F5 - technical session I: wireless and wireline converrence

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  • A survey on wireless/wireline integration

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    Summary form only given. Telecommunication operators started to address the issues of wireless/wireline integration since mid 1990s. Back then, the emphases were (1) how to make wireline voice features such as call waiting, call forwarding, three way calling, voice mails available to wireless subscriber; (2) how to add mobility to wireline services via calling card, prepaid service, and personal t... View full abstract»

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  • Evolving to wireless and wireline convergence - an overview of IMS

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    Summary form only given. Originally specified by 3GPP to support IP multimedia services for mobile users, IMS (IP multimedia subsystem) has become the foundation for future wireless and wireline convergence. IMS offers service providers the opportunity to build an open IP based service infrastructure that will enable an easy deployment of new rich, personalized multimedia communication services mi... View full abstract»

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  • End-to-end QoS in IMS enabled next generation networks

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    Summary form only given. It is widely acknowledged that the convergence is the way to evolve the existing wireline and wireless networks towards next generation networks. IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) stemming from the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) is presently deemed as being instrumental to support wireline and wireless convergence (also referred to as fixed mobile convergence (FMC... View full abstract»

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  • The utility of compound wireless services

    Publication Year: 2005, Page(s):29 - 30
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    Summary form only given. This talk will provide examples within a data services class that have the potential of substantial capital returns. This class of data services is termed compound wireless (mobile communication) services or CWS's. Compound wireless services are beyond 3G and are not now available. Nor are they planned for 3G wireless systems. However, they represent a natural extension be... View full abstract»

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  • F6 - technical session II: enabline technologies for optical communications and networks

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  • Optical performance monitoring applications in transparent networks

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    Summary form only given. Optical performance monitoring (OPM) is an enabling technology for highly transparent and reconfigurable networks. Simple OPM functions such as channel monitoring and discovery are requirements in re-configurable systems. Large transparent regions of the network either created by long transmission distances or transparent pass-through at cross-connect or add-drop nodes cre... View full abstract»

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