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- Closed-Loop Adaptive IEEE 802.11n with PHY/MAC Cross-Layer Constraints
- Emerging Technologies in Wireless LANs: Theory, Design, and Deployment
- Evolution and Impact of Wi-Fi Technology and Applications: A Historical Perspective
Closed-Loop Adaptive IEEE 802.11n with PHY/MAC Cross-Layer Constraints
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Emerging Technologies in Wireless LANs: Theory, Design, and Deployment
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The IEEE Over a billion Wi-Fi access points connect close to hundred billion of IoT devices, smart phones, tablets, laptops, desktops, smart TVs, video cameras, monitors, printers, and other consumer devices to the Internet to enable millions of applications to reach everyone, everywhere. The evolution of Wi-Fi technology also resulted in the first commercial piloting of spread spectrum, high speed optical communications, OFDM, MIMO and mmWave pulse transmission technologies, which then became more broadly adopted by cellular phone and wireless sensor networking industries. The popularity and widespread Wi-Fi deployment in indoor areas further motivated innovation in opportunistic cyberspace applications that exploit the ubiquitous Wi-Fi signals. Today, researchers are investigating opportunistic applications of Wi-Fi signals for gesture and motion detection as well as authentication and security. This paper provides a holistic overview of the evolution of Wi-Fi technology and its applications as the authors experienced it in the last few decades.
In particular, a semi-analytical model is derived for the widely used basic access scheme of the distributed coordination function DCF , that applies to both, open- and closed-loop strategies. Numerical results serve to demonstrate the accuracy of the proposed model and the superiority of FLA in terms of MAC goodput in comparison to open-loop policies. Realistic operating conditions such as outdated feedback information and the use of statistical packet length distributions, issues not treated in previous studies, have also been considered. Moreover, it is shown how the inclusion of a time-out mechanism in the FLA scheme that weighs down the influence of channel information as this becomes outdated is a useful strategy to counteract its deleterious effects. Unable to display preview.
and modeling, this book provides the key practical considerations for deploying wireless LANs and a solid understanding of the emerging technologies.
Evolution and Impact of Wi-Fi Technology and Applications: A Historical Perspective
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Bing Published Engineering. Using fundamental tutorials, standards, case studies, mathematical analysis, and modeling, this book provides the key practical considerations for deploying wireless LANs and a solid understanding of the emerging technologies.
It brings computation and data storage closer to where data is generated, enabling better data control, reduced costs, faster insights and actions, and continuous operations. Scribd is the world's largest social reading and publishing site. The book covers both existing LTE infrastructure, as well as future 5G-and-beyond systems. Click Download or Read Online catch to get free books. But it can bring.