This paper proposes a joint optimization framework for minimizing high-definition (HD) video coding rates and selecting optimal relay nodes in 60 GHz millimeter-wave (mmWave) IEEE 802.11ad very high throughput (VHT) wireless systems.
Transmission of high-definition (HD) video is a promising application for 60 GHz wireless links since very high transmission rates (up to several Gbit/s) are possible.
IEEE 802.11 (Wi-Fi) is a standard feature on smart phones and an alternative to cellular networks for connectivity.
We present a networking architecture for wirelessly connected cameras and discuss research challenges and potential solutions.
In this submission, emerging research challenges of smart toy networking are identified and discussed.
In order to enable unobtrusive human object interaction detection, we propose a minimalistic approach to instrumenting everyday objects with passive (i.e. battery-free) UHF RFID tags.
In this work, we show that the estimation errors are frequency dependent and that by combining multiple frequency signals, the overall RMS estimation error can be significantly reduced.
We present freeform interactive speakers for creating spatial sound experiences from a variety of surfaces. Traditional surround sound systems are widely used and consist of multiple electromagnetic speakers that create point sound sources within a space.
We present freeform interactive loudspeakers for creating spatial sound experiences from a variety of surfaces.
In this paper, a transducer to monitor the curvature of a tagged object for backscatter RFID sensors operating at 5:8GHz is presented.
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