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Presented in:

2014 IEEE Global Conference on Signal and Information Processing (GlobalSIP.

Wireless@kth researcher:

Guowang Miao

Abstract:

Machine-to-machine (M2M) communications in cellular networks enables Internet of Things in the macro geographical regions and is a promising technique in next-generation wireless networks. In this paper, we study energy-efficient clustering
design in cellular networks to maximize the overall network battery life time.

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Presented in:

2014 IEEE Global Conference on Signal and Information Processing (GlobalSIP).

Wireless@kth researcher:

Guowang Miao

Abstract:

In Machine-to-Machine (M2M) networks, an energy
efficient scalable medium access control (MAC) is crucial for
serving massive battery-driven machine-type devices. In this
paper, we investigate the energy efficient MAC design to minimize
battery power consumption in cellular-based M2M communications.

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Presented in:

IEEE Infocom 2014-Workshop on Green Cognitive Communications and Computer Networking (GCCCN).

Wireless@kth researcher:

Guowang Miao

Abstract:

As a key enabler of Internet of things, cellular
network based Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications have
been growing rapidly in recent years, being used in a wide range
of services such as security, metering, health, remote control,
tracking, and so on. A critical issue in M2M communications
is the energy efficiency as typically the machine devices are
powered by batteries of low capacity and thus, it is the key to
optimize their consumption.

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Presented in

The 30th IMP Conference 2014, 3-6 September 2014, Bordeaux, France

Wireless@kth researchers

Tatjana Apanasevic

Abstract

An innovation has a number of effects on business networks, actors, their roles and activities. Mobile payment can serve as a good illustration of that. The main aim of the paper is to identify what kind of effect innovative mobile payment services have on business networks in retailing. Several of IMP tradition approaches have been applied for the analysis of findings: (i) actors, resources, and activities (ARA) framework was used to model business relationships, and (ii) a conceptual model for studying innovation in networks. Impact of mobile payment in the retail industry has been analyzed from the perspective of interdependency, dynamism, and variety.

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Presented in: IEEE Communications Magazine, Vol. 51, No. 12, pp.102-109, Dec. 2013.

Wireless@kth researchers: Du Ho Kang, Ki Won Sung, Jens Zander

Abstract: Predictions for wireless and mobile Internet access suggest an exponential traffic increase, particularly in in-building environments. Non-traditional actors such as facility owners have a growing interest in deploying and operating their own indoor networks to fulfill the capacity demand. Such local operators will need spectrum sharing with neighboring networks because they are not likely to have their own dedicated spectrum.

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Presented at: IEEE Conference on Information, Communications and Signal Processing (ICICS), December 10-13, Tainan, Taiwan, 2013.

Wireless@kth researchers: Paolo Monti, Mats Nilson and Anders Västberg 

Abstract: Heterogeneous network (HetNet) deployment strategies have the potential to improve the energy efficiency of mobile access networks. One key aspect to consider in HetNets is the impact of the power consumption of the backhaul, i.e., the overall energy efficiency of a HetNet deployment is affected by the backhaul technology and architecture.

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