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Madeeha Owais
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bullet Current Final Year Projects

- Automatic Frequency Planning Tool in collaboration with Warid Telecom,Pakistan
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Forecasting the impact of wide spread use of energy savers in the NTDC network of Pakistan
- Aerial mine detection using hovercraft (co-supervisor)

bullet Previous- MS Thesis

My MS thesis was titled as Aggregate Traffic Characterisation for Group based Voice/Data Communication for mobile and aeronautical satellite systems. In such systems uplink capacity is a potential resource bottleneck. The prevalence of group-based applications affects the traditional traffic engineering assumptions and signalling load is also significant. For appropriate planning and design, most of the assumptions as to the underlying traffic characteristics must be revised.

The thesis involved investigation of the concepts relating to traffic modelling and load characterisation of group based voice/data applications such as push-to-talk and situational awareness applications. This lead to formulation of an appropriate traffic model for a group based application i-e Push to talk (PTT). Project involved development of a push-to-talk traffic generator and a receiver model capable of receiving and processing the generated traffic in ns-2. PTT traffic generator and receiver were implemented in DVB-RCS network simulator for network performance analysis of the formulated traffic model. Finally evaluation of traffic delay statistics and capacity utilization in DVB-RCS network for voice communication by employing the bandwidth on demand strategies was done.

 
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