In this article, we outline the challenges in such a deployment and describe how state of the art in WLAN can meet these challenges.
In the future Internet of Things (IoT), battery-powered devices equipped with short range radios may need to communicate with each other over multi-hop links.
We developed a tool named ParkSim that allows us to simulate the mobility of theme park visitors.
In this paper, we evaluate the potential benefits of the dual Wi-Fi radio devices in terms of throughput and energy consumption.
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 show various use cases of devices connected with VLC. Since LEDs can also be used as light receivers in VLC systems, adding microcontrollers to devices (if not already embedded) enables low-cost implementation of a wireless communication interface with VLC.
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.
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