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Robust Relay in Narrow-Band Communications for Ubiquitous IoT Access

Qinghe Du, Nan Lu, Li Sun, Xuelin Zhang, Bo Sun
2017 Journal of Sensors  
We propose a robust wireless relay scheme in narrow-band communications for IoT access, which matches the typical features of IoT often carrying relatively low data rate with limited bandwidth.  ...  The core idea for robustness assurance is to exploit higher signal dimensions at the receiver over the untrusted relay node.  ...  Acknowledgments The research work reported in this paper is supported by the National Natural Science  ... 
doi:10.1155/2017/9270907 fatcat:bunrt3shezbuvbuwo66gy4w6je

QoS Based Cooperative Communications and Security Mechanisms for Ad Hoc Sensor Networks

Shafiullah Khan, Jaime Lloret, Houbing Song, Qinghe Du
2017 Journal of Sensors  
In this special issue, we concentrate mainly on qualityof-service (QoS) based cooperative communication and advanced security mechanisms for wireless sensor network.  ...  WSN has been an interesting area of research in the lasts years for various disciplines. WSN is the most appropriate choice for different environments monitoring.  ...  The authors in "Robust Relay in Narrow-Band Communications for Ubiquitous IoT Access" propose a robust wireless relay scheme in narrowband communications, which matches the typical features of IoT access  ... 
doi:10.1155/2017/9768421 fatcat:g2jjxcsb2bfn5f4u3puegnpamu

A wireless application overlay for ubiquitous mobile multimedia sensing and interaction

Hanno Wirtz, Jan Rüth, Torsten Zimmermann, Matteo Ceriotti, Klaus Wehrle
2014 Proceedings of the 5th ACM Multimedia Systems Conference on - MMSys '14  
Orthogonally, we facilitate direct and ubiquitous mobile multimedia sensing and interaction in 802.11 and 802.15.4 within the unrestricted physical context of mobile devices.  ...  Removing the need for Internet services or wireless networks, we derive a wireless service overlay over the sensed media in the locality of a device that exposes media to applications.  ...  Figure 14(b) ) for serving as a test subject in our face recognition evaluation.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2557642.2578224 dblp:conf/mmsys/WirtzRZCW14 fatcat:uus2arilc5fdxkfa6w67y3qaii

Long-Range IoT Technologies: The Dawn of LoRa™ [chapter]

Lorenzo Vangelista, Andrea Zanella, Michele Zorzi
2015 Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering  
In this paper we discuss some of the most interesting LPWAN solutions, focusing in particular on LoRa TM , one of the last born and most promising technologies for the wide-area IoT.  ...  The last years have seen the widespread diffusion of novel Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN ) technologies, which are gaining momentum and commercial interest as enabling technologies for the Internet  ...  In the last years, however, the multi-hop paradigm for the IoT has been challenged by the idea that the only valuable and practical solution to provide ubiquitous coverage for IoT devices is to exploit  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-27072-2_7 fatcat:ig6xxpwcena4nfsqpdnqfe5q7e

A Comparative Survey of LPWA Networking [article]

Joseph Finnegan, Stephen Brown
2018 arXiv   pre-print
These technologies promise to enable a scalable high range network on cheap low power devices, facilitating the development of a ubiquitous IoT.  ...  Motivated by the increasing variance of suggested Internet of Things (IoT) applications and the lack of suitability of current wireless technologies in scalable, long range deployments, a number of diverging  ...  INTRODUCTION The use of wireless communications has become ubiquitous in everyday life. The ongoing development of the IoT will only expand this.  ... 
arXiv:1802.04222v1 fatcat:i5tsjgcawvb6ljc4yeeayellp4

Long-Range Communications in Unlicensed Bands: the Rising Stars in the IoT and Smart City Scenarios [article]

Marco Centenaro and Lorenzo Vangelista and Andrea Zanella and Michele Zorzi
2016 arXiv   pre-print
design, in particular for the typical Smart Cities applications.  ...  Up to know, the two main approaches to provide data access to the things have been based either on multi-hop mesh networks using short-range communication technologies in the unlicensed spectrum, or on  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank Ivano Calabrese and Nicola Bressan from Patavina Technologies, for their contributions in the implementation of the LoRa TM system and especially for running  ... 
arXiv:1510.00620v2 fatcat:eoxfhmvq4vh5pdhjq2jsd36264

Building Upon NB-IoT Networks: A Roadmap Towards 5G New Radio Networks

Safiu A. Gbadamosi, Gerhard P. Hancke, Adnan M. Abu-Mahfouz
2020 IEEE Access  
For instance, LoRa and Sigfox operate in the sub-Gigahertz unlicensed spectrum while RPMA operates in 2.4 GHz industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) bands.  ...  Section VI describes the possibility of architectural design of cloud-assisted relay with ambient backscatter communication for 5G NB-IoT.  ...  My sincere appreciation also goes to Dr Adeiza J, Onumanyi for proofreading the text and the anonymous reviewers for helping me to improve on the article.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3030653 fatcat:fih7dlvf2nefvmpb4n47jb7vii

Evolution of Non-Terrestrial Networks From 5G to 6G: A Survey [article]

M. Mahdi Azari, Sourabh Solanki, Symeon Chatzinotas, Oltjon Kodheli, Hazem Sallouha, Achiel Colpaert, Jesus Fabian Mendoza Montoya, Sofie Pollin, Alireza Haqiqatnejad, Arsham Mostaani, Eva Lagunas, Bjorn Ottersten
2022 arXiv   pre-print
This article comprehensively surveys the evolution of NTNs highlighting their relevance to 5G networks and essentially, how it will play a pivotal role in the development of 6G ecosystem.  ...  However, the recent technological advancements and manufacturing cost reduction opened up myriad applications of NTNs for 5G and beyond networks, especially when integrated into terrestrial networks (TNs  ...  In general, these technologies share the same goal of providing ubiquitous connectivity for IoT devices.  ... 
arXiv:2107.06881v2 fatcat:ap7uchcpqzbchohcn3pnrlubzm

Internet of Things in the 5G Era: Enablers, Architecture, and Business Models

Maria Rita Palattella, Mischa Dohler, Alfredo Grieco, Gianluca Rizzo, Johan Torsner, Thomas Engel, Latif Ladid
2016 IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications  
In the present paper, we analyze in detail the potential of 5G technologies for the IoT, by considering both the technological and standardization aspects.  ...  After decades of conceptual inception of the IoT, in recent years a large variety of communication technologies has gradually emerged, reflecting a large diversity of application domains and of communication  ...  Enabling IoT communications in the licensed band is essential to strengthening the support to mission critical applications and group communications.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jsac.2016.2525418 fatcat:hgga6r5wrfd3jmr36hvbabjume

A Comprehensive Survey on 6G Networks:Applications, Core Services, Enabling Technologies, and Future Challenges [article]

Amin Shahraki, Mahmoud Abbasi, Md. Jalil Piran, Amir Taherkordi
2021 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, first, the need for 6G networks is discussed.  ...  However, given the envisioned new use-cases, e.g., holographic communication, and the ever-increasing deployment of massive smart-physical end-devices in IoT, the volume of network traffic has considerably  ...  It is almost impossible for traditional IoT communication technologies such as Long Range Wide Area Network (LoRaWAN) and Narrow band IoT (IoT) to be applied to such situations.  ... 
arXiv:2101.12475v2 fatcat:vpebzixx4vffxc2xjkd2we2ole

LEO Small-Satellite Constellations for 5G and Beyond-5G Communications

Israel Leyva-Mayorga, Beatriz Soret, Maik Roper, Dirk Wubben, Bho Matthiesen, Armin Dekorsy, Petar Popovski
2020 IEEE Access  
INDEX TERMS 5G, Beyond-5G, low Earth orbit (LEO), radio access network, small-satellite constellations.  ...  Besides enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB) and massive machine-type communications (mMTC), LEO constellations can support ultra-reliable communications (URC) with relaxed latency requirements of a few tens  ...  For example, the communication between a ground terminal and a satellite in 5G NR is envisioned to take place either in the S-band around 2 GHz or in the Ka-band, where the downlink operates at 20 GHz  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3029620 fatcat:dfcxf24q75g6fmx66vgnqso3pi

LEO Small-Satellite Constellations for 5G and Beyond-5G Communications [article]

Israel Leyva-Mayorga, Beatriz Soret, Maik Röper, Dirk Wübben, Bho Matthiesen, Armin Dekorsy, Petar Popovski
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Besides enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB) and massive machine-type communications (mMTC), LEO constellations can support ultra-reliable communications (URC) with relaxed latency requirements of a few tens  ...  The next frontier towards truly ubiquitous connectivity is the use of Low Earth Orbit (LEO) small-satellite constellations to support 5G and Beyond-5G (B5G) networks.  ...  For example, the communication between a ground terminal and a satellite in 5G NR is envisioned to take place either in the S-band around 2 GHz or in the Ka-band, where the downlink operates at 20 GHz  ... 
arXiv:1912.08110v4 fatcat:ctczvj7dwnfuzpvz2yrsajt2jq

Demand side management using the internet of energy based on LoRaWAN technology

Om-Kolsoom Shahryari, Amjad Anvari-Moghaddam, Shadi Shahryari
2017 Kurdistan Journal of Applied Research  
The smart grid, as a communication network, allows numerous connected devices such as sensors, relays and actuators to interact and cooperate with each other.  ...  Furthermore, in order to enhance the performance and reduce the volume of transmitted data and process information in an acceptable time, fog computing is suggested as a layer between IoE layer and cloud  ...  It provides a bidirectional communication by a special chirp spread spectrum (CSS) technique, which spreads a narrow band input signal over a wider channel bandwidth.  ... 
doi:10.24017/science.2017.3.35 fatcat:pfiapsq42vebdihgaa4kl4wgpm

5G Evolution: What's Next?

Balazs Bertenyi
2021 IEEE wireless communications  
But 5G was meant for much more than enhanced mobile broadband: it was set out to become a complete platform for all communication needs of the next decade encompassing all IoT and vertical industry needs  ...  with Release 15 in two distinct steps: specifications for the Non-StandAlone variant was frozen in December 2018, while specifications for the StandAlone variant were released in June 2019.  ...  Additionally, the narrower beams and higher attenuation at these frequencies will provide higher spatial isolation than is seen in lower-frequency bands, and this will need to be taken into account in  ... 
doi:10.1109/mwc.2021.9363048 fatcat:4kgk6b5hifaodl7dpqfyxa2p4m

Cellular, Wide-Area, and Non-Terrestrial IoT: A Survey on 5G Advances and the Road Towards 6G [article]

Mojtaba Vaezi, Amin Azari, Saeed R. Khosravirad, Mahyar Shirvanimoghaddam, M. Mahdi Azari, Danai Chasaki, Petar Popovski
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Specifically, wireless technology enhancements for providing IoT access in fifth-generation (5G) and beyond cellular networks, and communication networks over the unlicensed spectrum are presented.  ...  The solutions include grant-free access and channel coding for short-packet communications, non-orthogonal multiple access, and on-device intelligence.  ...  This results in no performance guarantee for IoT communications in this band [103, 334] .  ... 
arXiv:2107.03059v1 fatcat:i7rxlipsd5eojgpx3x5yxioozq
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