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Fast, secure, and remote multiboot of FPGAs
The purpose of this thesis is to develop an efficient framework to implement secure FPGA-based (Field Programmable Gate Array) systems. An FPGA is a reconfigurable device that has the ability to adapt the hardware during ...
P2P live scalable video streaming with ALTO service
It has been measured that, as high as 80% of the average Internet traffic is now from peer-to-peer (P2P) applications, and upwards of 90% during peak hours. These results tell us that a significant portion of the traffic ...
Analysis of ALTO protocol over P2P networks
Currently, for distributed applications such as Peer-to-Peer (P2P) and Content Delivery Networks (CDNs), the most important challenge is to determine the optimal peer or node selection process, since it sometimes causes ...
Multi-pick round robin arbiter
In this thesis, we propose two multi(m)-pick Round Robin Arbiter (RRA) architectures. An m-pick RRA selects the m topmost requests out of n inputs with priority order indicated by an internally kept pointer (with an update ...
A simulation study of cooperative underwater acoustic communication
Cooperative communication promises significant performance gains in terms of link reliability, spectral efficiency, system capacity, and transmission range. Due to its indisputable advantages for high-speed underwater ...
Induction cooker design and experimental results with quasi resonant topology and jitter method
This thesis presents an induction cooker design and its detailed experimental results. The design is based on Quasi Resonant Topology and is unique in terms of the particular Jitter Method it employs to drive the semiconductor ...
Performance analysis and optimization of relay-assisted free space optical communication systems
Free-space optical (FSO) communication has received an increasing attention in recent years with their ability to achieve ultra-high data rates (at the order of multiple gigabits per second) over unlicensed optical spectrum. ...
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