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Wireless access schemes for challenging environments

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The past decate has witnessed an exponential soar in the number and density of wireless devices, with WiFi capability deployed in an ever-widening range of devices, from phones and tablets to gaming consoles, HDT Vs and cars. This talk presents some of the current and future challenges of local and short range wireless networks and presents a few solutions. It shall tell the story of the design, mathematical analysis, software simulation and hardware testbed implementation of the Multi-Carrier Burst Contention, a novel cross-layer protocol developed during the PhD within the Digital Technology Group.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Digital Technology Group (DTG) Meetings series.

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