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The IoT is described as a smart interactive environment where devices communicate together ubiquitously sometimes in the background, performing functions on behalf of the users and offering many advanced services to them. Examples range from simple smart home applications such as ambient intelligence and remote controlling functionalities to more advanced smart cities setups. A smart IoT city for instance will encompass a network of many interconnected networks where various sensors and actuator...
This article contains a description of a mathematical model of an acoustic system for positioning autonomous underwater sensors using the virtual long base method, which can be used during the vessel’s collection of information over the deployed underwater network of autonomous sensors (underwater wireless sensors network), during the initial determination of the geographical position of the bottom long baseline elements or search, including cooperative, with the use of a swarm of autonomous sur...
This study proposed to design of curved microstripline array antenna with more optimal characteristics parametric through optimise in width feeding stripline and its application for radar communications. Numeric analysis with an empirical formula in curved microstripline array antenna supports the counting in relation to the characteristics antenna that is optimally applied in communications. The simulations was created by using CST software. The result of simulation is to indicate Voltage Stand...
Indoor wireless systems poses one of the biggest design challenges although it is the most flexible and easily deployable method of implementing Local Area Networks. This difficulty in predicting the propagation of radio frequency wave in indoor environments is caused by reflection, refraction, diffraction and scattering of signals due to closed proximities to furniture, walls, human beings, and reflectors like ceiling, mirrors and glasses. To help improve the user experience and guarantee good ...
Existing mobile networking systems lack the level of intelligence, scalability, and autonomous adaptability required to optimally enable next-generation networks like 5G and beyond, which are expected to be Self -Organizing Networks (SONs). It is anticipated that machine learning (ML) will be instrumental in designingfuture “x”G SON networks with their demanding Quality of Experience (QoE) requirements. This paper evaluates a methodology that uses supervised machine learning to predict the QoE l...
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This paper evaluates the energy consumption of well-known routing protocols, along with other metrics such as throughput, packet delivery ratio (PDR), and delay in different scenarios. We consider two other metrics in order to capture the efficiency of the energy consumption: e-throughput which is the ratio between the consumed energy and the throughput; and the e-PDR which is the ratio between the consumed energy and the PDR. We compare four routing protocols: AODV, OLSR, and HWMP in Reactive a...
In this dynamic world, communication is a sine qua non for development. Communication represents sharing of information which can be local or remote. Though local communications may occur face to face between individuals remote communications take place among people over long distances. Mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) are becoming an interesting part of research due to the increasing growth of wireless devices (laptops, tablets, mobiles etc.) and as well as wireless internet facilities like 4G/W...
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