Fred Wagen
Fred Wagen
Professor, ICT, HES-SO//Fribourg (Switzerland)
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Two-dimensional ray-tracing modeling for propagation prediction in microcellular environments
K Rizk, JF Wagen, F Gardiol
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 46 (2), 508-518, 1997
2621997
Lattice boltzmann method for wave propagation in urban microcells
B Chopard, PO Luthi, JF Wagen
IEE Proceedings-Microwaves, Antennas and Propagation 144 (4), 251-255, 1997
801997
Lateral, full-3D and vertical plane propagation in microcells and small cells
K Rizk, R Valenzuela, S Fortune, D Chizhik, F Gardiol
VTC'98. 48th IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference. Pathway to Global …, 1998
701998
Application of the slope diffraction method for urban microwave propagation prediction
K Rizk, R Valenzuela, D Chizhik, F Gardiol
VTC'98. 48th IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference. Pathway to Global …, 1998
531998
The impact of radio propagation predictions on urban UMTS planning
M Coinchon, AP Salovaara, JF Wagen
2002 International Zurich Seminar on Broadband Communications Access …, 2002
472002
Influence of database accuracy on two-dimensional ray-tracing-based predictions in urban microcells
K Rizk, JF Wagen, F Gardiol
IEEE transactions on vehicular technology 49 (2), 631-642, 2000
472000
A numerical study of waves reflected from a turbulent ionosphere
JF Wagen, KC Yeh
Radio science 21 (4), 583-604, 1986
321986
Radiowave propagation, building databases, and GIS: anything in common? A radio engineer's viewpoint
JF Wagen, K Rizk
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 30 (5), 767-787, 2003
292003
Transmission of UHF radiowaves through buildings in urban microcell environments
YLC De Jong, M Herben, JF Wagen, A Mawira
Electronics Letters 35 (9), 743-745, 1999
231999
Wave propagation in urban microcells: a massively parallel approach using the TLM method
PO Luthi, B Chopard, JF Wagen
International Workshop on Applied Parallel Computing, 408-418, 1995
231995
Signal strength measurements at 1881 MHz for urban microcells in downtown Tampa
JF Wagen
IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference GLOBECOM'91: Countdown to the New …, 1991
231991
Propagation over rooftop and in the horizontal plane for small and micro-cell coverage predictions
J Li, JF Wagen, E Lachat
1997 IEEE 47th Vehicular Technology Conference. Technology in Motion 2, 1123 …, 1997
211997
A new trend in propagation prediction
A Valcarce, G De La Roche, L Nagy, JF Wagen, JM Gorce
IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine 6 (2), 73-81, 2011
202011
Propagation in urban microcells with high rise buildings
K Rizk, A Mawira, JF Wagen, F Gardiol
Proceedings of Vehicular Technology Conference-VTC 2, 859-863, 1996
191996
A novel dynamic Q-learning-based scheduler technique for LTE-advanced technologies using neural networks
IS Comsa, S Zhang, M Aydin, P Kuonen, JF Wagen
37th Annual IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks, 332-335, 2012
182012
Simulation of HF propagation and angle of arrival in a turbulent ionosphere
JF Wagen, KC Yeh
Radio Science 24 (02), 196-208, 1989
181989
Determination of the Permittivity of Building Materials through WLAN Measurements at 2.4 GHz.
J Jemai, T Kürner, A Varone, JF Wagen
PIMRC, 589-593, 2005
172005
Multi-cell coverage predictions: a massively parallel approach based on the parflow method
B Chopard, P Luthi, JF Wagen
Ninth IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio …, 1998
171998
Ray tracing based path loss prediction in two microcellular environments
K Rizk, JF Wagen, F Gardiol
5th IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio …, 1994
171994
Reinforcement learning based radio resource scheduling in LTE-advanced
IS Comşa, M Aydin, S Zhang, P Kuonen, JF Wagen
The 17th International Conference on Automation and Computing, 219-224, 2011
162011
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