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Ezio Biglieri11
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Robert Calderbank14
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Anthony G. Constantinides20
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Multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) technology constitutes a breakthrough in the design of wireless communications systems, and is already at the core of several wireless standards. Exploiting multipath scattering, MIMO techniques deliver significant performance enhancements in terms of data transmission rate and interference reduction. This book is a detailed introduction to the analysis and design of MIMO wireless systems. Beginning with an overview of MIMO technology, t...
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Benny Bing11
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Contributors. Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgments. Guide to Wireless LAN Analysis. The Evolution of 2,4-GHz Wireless LANs (C. Heegard, et al.). The 5-GHz IEEE 802.11a Wireless LAN (J. Chen). Migration Strategies for IEEE 802.11 Wireless LANs 91. 5-GHz Radio Spectrum Regulations (T. Tan). Quality of Service and Multimedia Support in 802.11 Standards (G. Parks). Overview of Wireless LAN Security. Wireless Network Security (D. Stanley). Building Secure Wi...
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Elke Mackensen3
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Matthias Lai2
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Thomas M. Wendt5
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The following paper presents the results of a feasibility study about Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) based wireless sensors. The development of industrial wireless sensors leads to important demands for the wireless technologies like a low energy consumption and a resource saving simple protocol stack. Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) is a rather new wireless standard which will completely fulfill these fundamental requirements. A self-designed BLE sensor system has been used t...
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Bora A. Akyol5
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Donald C. Cox34
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The world of wireless telecommunications is rapidly changing. The capabilities of wireless networks are improving at a steady pace. This paper presents two possible protocols for implementing mobility for wireless users in an asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) network. The vision of the authors is of one "wireless ATM telecommunications network" that is capable of supporting a variety of today's applications with room to grow for advanced applications of the future. We ...
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Jon Chung-Shien Wu1
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Chieh-Wen Cheng1
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Gin-Kou Ma12
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This paper presents an intelligent mobility management scheme for Mobile Wireless InterNet - MWIN. MWIN is a wireless service networks wherein its core network consisting of Internet routers and its access network can be built from any Internet-capable radio network. Two major standards are currently available for MWIN, i.e., the mobile IP and wireless LAN. Mobile IP solves address mobility problem with the Internet protocol while wireless LAN provides a wireless
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Baihua Zheng28
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Wang-Chien Lee48
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Dik Lun Lee43
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Owing to the advent of wireless networking and personal digital devices, information systems in the era of mobile computing are expected to be able to handle a tremendous amount of traffic and service requests from the users. Wireless data broadcast, thanks to its high scalability, is particularly suitable for meeting such a challenge. Indexing techniques have been developed for wireless data broadcast systems in order to conserve the scarce power resources in mobile clients...
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2016 in IEEE Sensors Journal [IF: 2.51]
Waleed Ejaz15
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Muhammad Naeem14
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Mehak Basharat3
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The ever-growing increase in modern and ubiquitous applications of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) is causing energy scarcity, which is a serious threat to the lifetime of the network. Wireless power transfer emerges as a promising solution to replenish the sensor nodes. In wireless power transfer, energy is transferred to sensor nodes through dedicated energy transmitters. In addition, software-defined WSNs (SDWSNs) have been recently realized to fully explore and efficient...
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2006 in Proceedings of the IEEE [IF: 9.24]
Hao Yang23
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Fabio Ricciato24
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Songwu Lu60
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Securing wireless networks poses unique research challenges. In this paper, we survey the state-of-the-art approaches to providing security for three popular wireless networking paradigms, namely, IEEE 802.11 based WLANs, third-generation cellular networks, and mobile ad hoc networks. We identify the security threats as well as examine the current solutions. We further summarize lessons learned, discuss open issues, and identify future research directions.
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Habib F. Rashvand12
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V. Traver Salcedo1
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E. Monton Sanchez1
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A general overview of the emerging wireless and networking technologies and their use to promote the ultimate goal of global health by means of deployment of a telemedicine paradigm is discussed. To achieve this the authors conduct a state-of-the-art study of recent wireless and medical sensor technologies in conjunction with investigation of continuously growing pressures for a better healthcare service throughout the world triggered by the growing age population, social transform...
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J. Mikkonen1
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C. Corrado1
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C. Evci1
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The rapid evolution of mobile wireless access networks toward multimedia support with QoS provision forces the development of advanced wireless broadband systems with high reliability and high data rate. To achieve this goal, new system design concepts with increased system capacity will be required. In that context, ATM is becoming a major infrastructure, receiving a lot of attention for telecommunication systems since ATM networks can most effectively support wireless acce...
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