Alberto Nascimento, Atílio Manuel da Silva Gameiro, Scheduling for Wireless Communications, 1 / 2010. Carlos Ribeiro, Atílio Manuel da Silva Gameiro, Esquemas iterativos de detecção, estimação e sincronismo conjuntos em sistemas multiportadora com espalhamento de espectro, 10 / 2009. Rodolfo Alexandre Duarte. CWC units are committed to offering an inspiring Master’s Thesis topic related to Communications Engineering as well as high-quality supervision. Access for necessary material and software is also provided. These suggestions are made open for the students of Electrical Engineering and Wireless Communication Engineering degree programmes to pursue. The applicant has EITHER received at the minimum 55 credit points during the academic year 2015-2016 OR is lacking only at most two courses and the seminar out of all the course work required for the Master’s Degree.2. Professors and researchers of CWC-RT an CWC-NS research units have submitted a good number of possible M. The applicant has not previously received a Master’s Thesis scholarship from CWC or the former DCE department, and is not employed as a Master’s Thesis student at CWC. Please send your printed application including your CV, your latest transcript of records as well as a short motivation letter by 30 September 2016 to Dr. Kari Kärkkäinen, Centre for Wireless Communications – Radio Techonologies (CWC-RT), PL 4500, 90014 OULUN YLIOPISTO, Finland.
Massive Access for Machine-to-Machine Communication in Cellular Networks Massive Machine-to-Machine Communication in Long Term Evolution and Long Range Wide Area Network. René Brandborg Sørensen. Wireless Communication Systems, Master, Master Programme 4. term, 2016. Student thesis Master thesis. Today’s most immersive virtual reality systems, like the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, rely on a bothersome tether to send power and high fidelity imagery to the headset at low latency. But everyone agrees a dangling cable is not only annoying, it’s an immersion detractor. The demand for a solution to this issue has spurred the creation of no less than seven solutions (and counting) hoping to make a wireless link between the high-end host PC and the headset. Update (4/28/17): When this article was originally published we hadn’t heard back from TPCAST. The company has since reached out to tell us more about their approach to wireless VR in their own words, and we’ve added that information to the list below.
Jul 25, 2017. First, we address the estimation problem in EH-powered wireless sensor networks. We approach the problem in a coded manner, where sensors transit their measurements to a Fusion Center FC digitally. We consider a point-to-point sensor-to-FC communication scenario, where the measured sources. In the context of this Ph D thesis defense, Miguel Calvo-Fullana presents his work realized at CTTC. Long thought to be an unattainable ambition, self-sustainable and green-powered wireless networks are rapidly becoming a reality. This is driven by recent hardware improvements in what is known as Energy Harvesting (EH). This technology makes it possible for devices to scavenge energy from the environment, be it from solar, thermal, kinetic or other sources. One area where this idea has shown considerable promise is in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs).
With the increasing use of mobile computing devices such as PDAs, laptops, and the expansion of wireless local area networks WLANs, there is growing interest in increasing productivity and efficiency through enhancing received signal power. This thesis proposes the deployment of waveguides consisting of frequency. This work presents a study of low-cost antennas and communication systems to support the burgeoning demand for bandwidth in the next generation wireless communications and networks (5G) and/or Internet of Things (Io T). The work was divided into three different fields all aimed at low-cost solutions of enabling next generation networks (5G) and Io T. The first part of the study involves study of low-cost fabrication of antennas and radio frequency (RF) guided wave structures up to 10 GHz using the thermal transfer printing (TTP) technique on renewable, light weight, flexible and low-cost substrates. The thermal transfer printing method for electronics was characterised from DC to 10 GHz and benchmarked for performance against inkjet printing technique which is an established technique for printed electronics. TTP achieved similar or better read range to inkjet printed radio frequency identification (RFID) antennas that were used in this study. Applications of the TTP method in Io T taking advantage of its speed and low cost were demonstrated by; producing on-demand antennas and/or rapid prototyping electronic designs, using off the shelf components to build a frequency agile antenna, and an ultra wideband antenna (UWB) for low power short range communications. The second part involves design and optimisation of a multi-port driven (MPD) slot-ring antenna for purposes of integration with resonant tunnelling diode (RTD) oscillators for millimetre-wave communications. The optimised structure managed airside radiation without the use of bulky lenses and achieved directivity of 10.8 d Bi.
Wireless technology has changed the way of communication. There is research going on this field. There are various thesis topics in wireless communication. Recently there has been a growing interest in using infrared light for broadband indoor wireless communications. There are two major limitations for establishing a wideband infrared communications link. The first and most important limit is the power requirements of such a link. The second important impairment is the intersymbol interference caused by multipath dispersion. In this paper we address the issue of designing an optimized transmission system to provide the best power efficiency for an infrared link. Important parameters that should be considered for this design and some examples of efficient link designs are discussed. The suggested designs can improve the power efficiency of an indoor infrared link up to 4 to 8 d Bo while providing a smaller rms delay spread, more robustness to shadowing and a more uniform distribution of power. Characteristics of the indoor infrared channel depends upon the directions of the receiver.
This thesis deals with certain aspects in the design of wireless communications systems. It is focused on problems related to the mobile or wireless channel synchronization, channel estimation and design of wireless orthogonal frequency division multiplex OFDM systems. There is a short introduction to the field. In keeping with the research orientation of this programme, the final research project will be carried out in the context of one of the research groups of the UPC-Telecommunication Engineering School, mainly in the Signal Theory and Communications Department and the Department of Network Engineering, as well as from UPF-Department of Information and Communication Technologies, thereby ensuring a rich and stable environment for acquiring experience in the field. Namely, the following research groups are directly involved in the MWC.
Cooperative Communications inWireless Local Area Networks MAC Protocol Design and Multi-layer Solutions . He, Xin Doctoral dissertations at the University of Agder;48, Doctoral thesis; Peer reviewed, 2012. This dissertation addresses cooperative communications and proposes multi-layer solu- tions for wireless local. In the context of this Ph D thesis defense, Tatjana Predojev presents her work realized at CTTC . Abstract: This thesis studies emerging Machine-to-Machine (M2M) systems that execute automated tasks without, or with minimum human intervention. M2M systems consist of devices deployed in the field to collect task-related information and send it to applications for processing. The applications optimise the tasks and issue control commands back to the devices. Ideally, after configuring the task policies, humans are excluded from the control loop.
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL. Monterey, California. THESIS. Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY VIA SATELLITE. COMMUNICATIONS FOR PEACEKEEPING. OPERATIONS by. Andre T. Harrell. September 2001. Thesis Advisor Tri T. Ha. Thesis Co Advisor. Abstract This study investigates the use of error control code, discrete wavelet transform (DWT) and artificial neural network (ANN) to improve the link performance of an indoor optical wireless communication in a physical channel. The key constraints that barricade the realization of unlimited bandwidth in optical wavelengths are the eye-safety issue, the ambient light interference and the multipath induced intersymbol interference (ISI). Eye-safety limits the maximum average transmitted optical power. The rational solution is to use power efficient modulation techniques. Further reduction in transmitted power can be achieved using error control coding. A mathematical analysis of retransmission scheme is investigated for variable length modulation techniques and verified using computer simulations. Though the retransmission scheme is simple to implement, the shortfall in terms of reduced throughput will limit higher code gain. Due to practical limitation, the block code cannot be applied to the variable length modulation techniques and hence the convolutional code is the only possible option.
Wireless communication is an emerging concept with new developments each passing day. There are number of topics to choose from. Following are the latest topics in wireless communication which you can choose for your thesis * MANETMobile. The thesis statement is the sentence that states the main idea of a writing assignment and helps control the ideas within the paper. It often reflects an opinion or judgment that a writer has made about a reading or personal experience. For instance: Tocqueville believed that the domestic role most women held in America was the role that gave them the most power, an idea that many would hotly dispute today. A good practice is to put the thesis statement at the end of your introduction so you can use it to lead into the body of your paper. This allows you, as the writer, to lead up to the thesis statement instead of diving directly into the topic. If you place the thesis statement at the beginning, your reader may forget or be confused about the main idea by the time he/she reaches the end of the introduction.
There are many projects related to wireless communication. So, let us once look at some of wireless communication based projects ideas collected especially for engineering students. We hope these project ideas are more helpful to many final year students to complete their successfully. Wireless Communication is soon going to replace the traditional wired mode of communication. With the advent of wireless technology, communication has become more convenient and effective. Now there is no need to install lengthy wires to set up the network. Wireless technology uses radio waves for communication rather than relying on wires. There are various topics in wireless communication for thesis, project and research. Following are the list of current thesis topics in wireless communication: MIMO is an antenna-based technology of wireless communication in which both sender and receiver uses multiple antennas to enhance the capacity of a radio link.
PhD Thesis. Real-Time Communication in. Wireless Ad-hoc Networks. The RT-WMP Protocol. Danilo Tardioli. October 2010. Supervisor. José Luis Villarroel Salcedo. Universidad de Zaragoza. Jury. Luis Montano Gella. Universidad de Zaragoza. Carlos Sagües Blázquiz. Universidad de Zaragoza. Luis Almeida. With the rapid development of wireless communication systems, there is a demand for communication devices that provide multiple services, over a wide range of frequencies, simultaneously but remaining compact in volume. There are many challenges in achieving this goal and in this thesis the focus is on those relating to the design of the reconfigurable antennas which allow the antenna to change its shape to service different systems at different times and therefore make efficient use of the volume available. The design of reconfigurable antennas is more intricate because of the inclusion of extra components which have to be designed, modeled and fabricated simultaneously with the main structure. This research work provides a comprehensive design workflow, optimization and implementation of reconfigurable antennas. The first part focuses on pixel antenna designs, which are the foundation of reconfigurable designs. The optimization problems are simplified by an internal multi-port method which can be solved efficiently by genetic algorithms. We also describe two deterministic approaches referred to as mixed integer programming and successive Boolean optimization. In the second part, we describe the optimization for frequency reconfigurable pixel antennas, which utilizes a multi-objective function solved by a multi-objective genetic algorithm.
Oct 6, 2014. A fitting solution are wireless, battery-powered and resource-constrained devices with limited processing power and memory. Low-maintenance requires years of lifetime, that can only be achieved with unprecedented energy efficiency of communication protocols. Specifically, we focus on the MAC and. From wirelessly connected robots to car-to-car communications, and to smart cities, almost every aspect of our lives will benefit from future wireless communications. While promise an exciting future world, next-generation wireless communications impose requirements on the data rate, spectral efficiency, and latency (among others) that are higher than those for today's systems by several orders of magnitude. Full-duplex wireless, an emergent wireless communications paradigm, breaks the long-held assumption that it is impossible for a wireless device to transmit and receive simultaneously at the same frequency, and has the potential to immediately double network capacity at the physical (PHY) layer and offers many other benefits (such as reduced latency) at the higher layers. Recently, discrete-component-based demonstrations have established the feasibility of full-duplex wireless. However, the realization of integrated full duplex radios, compact radios that can fit into smartphones, is fraught with fundamental challenges. In addition, to unleash the full potential of full-duplex communication, a careful redesign of the PHY layer and the medium access control (MAC) layer using a cross-layer approach is required. The biggest challenge associated with full duplex wireless is the tremendous amount of transmitter self-interference right on top of the desired signal. In this dissertation, new self-interference-cancellation approaches at both system and circuit levels are presented, contributing towards the realization of full-duplex radios using integrated circuit technology.
Thesis projects in Wireless Systems. 2012. Master Thesis Projects @ Communication Systems COS. Here you find some suggested Thesis projects "Exjobb" suitable for students specializing in. Wireless Systems. The collection is not to be seen as complete in any way. The proposals may not all be available at the time. Online subscription, valid from January through December of current calendar year Immediate access to this year's issues via Springer Link 6 Volume(-s) with 24 issue(-s) per annual subscription Automatic annual renewal More information: Wireless Personal Communications is an archival, peer reviewed, scientific and technical journal addressing mobile communications and computing. It investigates theoretical, engineering, and experimental aspects of radio communications, voice, data, images, and multimedia. A partial list of topics includes propagation, system models, speech and image coding, multiple access techniques, protocols performance evaluation, radio local area networks, and networking and architectures. The journal features five principal types of papers: full technical papers, short papers, technical aspects of policy and standardization, letters offering new research thoughts and experimental ideas, and invited papers on important and emerging topics authored by renowned experts. Science Citation Index Expanded (Sci Search), Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition, SCOPUS, INSPEC, Google Scholar, Academic One File, ACM Digital Library, CNKI, Current Abstracts, Current Contents Collections / Electronics & Telecommunications Collection, EBSCO Applied Science & Technology Source, EBSCO Associates Programs Source, EBSCO Computer Science Index, EBSCO Computers & Applied Sciences Complete, EBSCO Engineering Source, EBSCO Military Transition Support Center, EBSCO Science & Technology Collection, EBSCO STM Source, EBSCO TOC Premier, EBSCO Vocational Studies, Expanded Academic, OCLC, PASCAL, Pro Quest Advanced Technologies & Aerospace Database, Pro Quest Sci Tech Premium Collection, Pro Quest Technology Collection, SCImago, Summon by Pro Quest Wireless Personal Communications is an archival, peer reviewed, scientific and technical journal addressing mobile communications and computing. It investigates theoretical, engineering, and experimental aspects of radio communications, voice, data, images, and multimedia. A partial list of topics included in the journal is: propagation, system models, speech and image coding, multiple access techniques, protocols performance evaluation, radio local area networks, and networking and architectures. In addition to the above mentioned areas, the journal also accepts papers that deal with interdisciplinary aspects of wireless communications along with: big data and analytics, business and economy, society, and the environment.
I declare that the work, ideas & codes in the following thesis are mine unless they are quoted. I declare that the Wireless communication package is chosen, bought and implemented by me. I designed and implemented the software for the Ute's computer that reads the Hyperkernel memory, receive messages and send. Nomination will be solicited from WTC members annually. The nomination should include a (short) sentence for “what service or accomplishment” the person is nominated for and a one page supporting material. Additionally, letters supporting the nomination may be sent to the WTC Award Committee Chair (together with the nomination or separately). Robert Schober, University of British Columbia (UBC), Canada Robert Schober received the Dr.-Ing. degree from Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU), Germany, in 2001. From 2001 to 2002, he was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Toronto, Canada. From 2002 to 2016, he was a Professor at the University of British Columbia (UBC), Canada. From 2002 to 2012, he was a Canada Research Chair in Wireless Communications, and from 2009-2011, he served as the Associate Department Head for Research and International Outreach at the same institution. Since January 2012, he is an Alexander von Humboldt Professor and Chair for Digital Communication at FAU. degrees in computer engineering from Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, USA, in 1984, 1986, 1987, and 1990, respectively.
Abstract—Traditional approaches using superimposed signals in wireless sensor networks have high demands on the hardware capabilities of a single network node. This work loosens these constraints and derives a communication system for low-resource wireless sensor networks requiring no complex signal processing. Wireless measurement systems combining current advanced information collection, processing and wireless communication technology, have been applied to information measurement in special occasions. As a short range wireless communication technology, bluetooth is low cost, stable, and low power. Bluetooth technology is used in monitoring and wireless control system widely. Arduino BT is the bluetooth version of the general Arduino board, which is open source and convenient as a wireless development tool. This thesis presents a hardware and software experimental wireless platform for the application of multiple kinds of MEMS sensors. By the combination of Arduino BT and signal conditioning circuit, different types of sensors can work at the same time and the outputs can all be sent to host computer by Bluetooth.
It has been accepted for inclusion in Engineering Ph. D. Theses by an authorized administrator of Scholar Commons. For more information, please contact rscroggin@ Recommended Citation. Park, Jeoong Sung, "Low Power Wireless Video Communication System For Mobile Devices" 2017. Engineering Ph. D. - local area network (LAN) consists of two or more computers connected together in a building or home using software and hardware. A LAN is contrasted to a wide area network (WAN) such as the Internet, which covers a large geographic area. - is the logical and structural layout of the network consisting of transmission equipment, software and communication protocols and infrastructure (wired or wireless) transmission of data and connectivity between components.- Is designed for network use. Normally, it is a complete operating system with file, task and job management; however, with some earlier products, it was a separate component that ran under the OS; for example, LAN Server required OS/2, and LANtastic required DOS.