Ray Miller

Murray Hill, NJ, USA


Ray Miller is a researcher in the End-to-End Mobile Video research department within the Wireless Research domain.  He has 27 years of experience in the research and development of leading edge network and wireless communications technologies.  He joined Bell Labs in 1997 and has had responsibilities and duties in a large range of telecommunication technologies including core optical, metro Ethernet, and 4G wireless systems.  His latest efforts include techniques for improving video delivery over 4G/5G end-to-end wireless networks including advanced scheduling of video over the wireless link and multi-carrier resource allocation.


BS Electrical Engineering, Rutgers University, College of Engineering, New Brunswick, NJ

Selected articles and publications

  • Quality Fair HTTP Adaptive Streaming over LTE Network, Sergio Cicalo, Nesrine Changuel, Ray Miller, Bessem Sayadi, Velio Tralli, IEEE International Conference  on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, May 2014
  • WiLo: A Rate Determination Algorithm for HAS Video in Wireless Networks and Low-Delay Applications, Steven Benno, Andre Beck, Jairo Esteban, Les Wu, Ray Miller, IEEE Globecom 2013, Workshop on Control Techniques for Efficient Multimedia Delivery, December 2013
  • Mobile Video Optimization at the Base Station: Adaptive Guaranteed Bit Rate for HTTP Adaptive Streaming, Harish Viswanathan, Danny De Vleeschauwer, Andre Beck, Steve Benno, Ray Miller, Gang Li, Mark Clougherty, Dave Robinson, Bell Labs Technical Journal, Special Issue: Next-Generation Wireless Technologies, Volume 18, Issue 2, September 2013
  • Optimization Of HTTP Adaptive Streaming Over Mobile Cellular Networks, Danny De Vleeschauwer, Harish Viswanathan, Andre Beck, Steve Benno, Gang Li, Ray Miller, INFOCOM 2013, April 2013
  • Mobile Video Delivery Using Network Aware Transcoding in an LTE Network, Raymond B. Miller, John P. Hearn, Cezary Purzynski, Fernando Cuervo, Michael Scheutzow, Bell Labs Technical Journal 2012 Video issue, Volume 16, Number 4, March 2012


  1. US 8,588,852: Method and apparatus for controlling a phased deployment of a base station using an operational state of a vehicle
  2. US 8,612,386: Method and apparatus for peer-to-peer database synchronization in dynamic networks
  3. US 8,634,377: Method for improved handover in multiple interface applications