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P2P Communications at Qualcomm

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We plan to provide an overview of a couple of wireless technologies for P2P communication, that are currently being researched in Qualcomm.

One is called Peanut: Personal/Body Area Network System Solution
  • Ultra Low Active Power
  • 15m Line-of-Sight range
  • 8GHz Operation
  • High Data Rates
  • Distance between any two nodes measured with sub-10cm accuracy
  • Multiple pairs of nodes can measure distance simultaneously
The other is called FlashLinq: Proximate devices and services discover and communicate with each other seamlessly and power efficiently without need for intermediate servers
  • OFDM -based air interface
  • 5MHz bandwidth (current design)
  • Range of several hundred meters
  • Utilizes unpaired (licensed) spectrum
  • Synchronous system
  • Efficient Procedures for Discovery and Device-2-Device Communication
  • Direct communication at max 3 bits/sec/Hz

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