We present Wall++, a low-cost sensing approach that allows walls to become a smart infrastructure.
We present here an end-to-end BCC system that is designed for ambient intelligence.
Prior work on quasistatic cavity resonance (QSCR) showed promising results for ubiquitous WPT at room scales or larger.
We develop several interactive experiences where users can retrieve complex information such as the function of buttons on a device, directions embedded into a LCD screen, and simplified device pairing.
The goal of this work is to enable the ubiquitous deployment of ultra-low power nodes that communicate via ambient backscatter to wired Universal Backscatter Readers, in real-world environments.
We demonstrate selective focusing of electromagnetic energy via electromagnetic time reversal in the near field of a metamaterial.
In this work a general circuit model for the cavity resonant wireless power system is introduced and validated against simulated and measured results.
We present a thorough and extensive experimental performance characterization of the achievable data throughput, jitter, and fairness of the IEEE 802.11ac standard for indoor Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) using real testbed deployments and statistical analysis.
This paper describes a VLC system, called EnLighting, based on light bulbs that support an embedded Linux version (and its complete networking stack).
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