FIWI

AcronymDefinition
FIWIFirewire
FIWIZentrum für Fisch- und Wildtiermedizin (Schwiez)
FIWIFinder Windows
FIWICentre for Fish and Wildlife Health (Bern, Switzerland)
FIWIFlorida Institute for Workforce Innovation
FIWIfibre and wireless
FIWIFilm Industry Workshops, Inc.
FIWIForte India Welfare Institution
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Figure 1 shows architecture of a FiWi access network.
The wireless MIMO signals are transmitted over fiber to get a powerful integrated FiWi system.
The FiWi system based on the new approach can also support the wavelength reuse technique, so one optical source is enough to generate the optical carrier which is reused at the AP as uplink wavelength, and multiple wavelengths, which convey multiple wireless MIMO signals over the SMF [12].
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Wang, "A study of network throughput gain in optical-wireless (FiWi) networks subject to peer-to-peer communications," in Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC '09), pp.
Assi, "Fiber-wireless (FiWi) access networks: a survey," IEEE Communications Magazine, vol.
Reisslein, "FiWi access networks based on next-generation PONand gigabitclass WLAN technologies: a capacity and delay analysis," IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking.
Reisslein, "VMP: a MAC protocol for EPON-based video-dominated FiWi access networks," IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting, vol.
Maier, "On the tradeoff between energy saving and qos support for video delivery in EEE-Based FiWi networks using real-world traffic traces," Journal of Lightwave Technology, vol.
Gregor and the Research Institute of Wildlife Ecology (FIWI) in Vienna, Austria, for their generous help and assistance in conducting the laboratory extractions and providing the NIRS equipment.
His current research interests cover a wide range of topics in broadband wired and wireless communication networks, including survivable network design, wireless Metropolitan Area Networks such as IEEE 802.16 networks, Fiber-Wireless (FIWI) network integration, and network security.