Special Issue "Advances in Wireless Communications Systems"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 July 2023 | Viewed by 4862
Interests: Physical Layer Security; UWB positioning systems; Visible Light Communications; Molecular Communications; Body Area Networks; 6G; 5G; Networks for Healthcare Applications
Interests: Physical Layer Security; UWB positioning systems; Molecular Communications; Body Area Networks; Networks for Healthcare Applications
Interests: physical layer security; UWB positioning systems; visible light communications; molecular communications; body area networks; 6G; 5G; networks for healthcare applications
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In recent period, fifth generation (5G) of mobile communications helped to bridge the growth of data and device connections demand. This Special Issue of Advances in Wireless Communications Systems aims to investigate new challenges and opportunities, which will be enabled by sixth generation (6G) of mobile communications.
The next network protocols should take account of resources allocation and optimization, also provided by new artificial intelligence algorithms or Fog computing and networking systems. Moreover, massive data transmission should require a high level of cybersecurity, including physical layer security. Last but not least, to satisfy next network performance demand, new spectral bands in radio and optical frequencies are required.
Papers should highlight either theoretical issues or practical applications, such as smart city with ultra-low latency communications, healthcare with massive density of wireless body area networks (WBANs), Internet of Things with ultra-low power communications, infotainment with high throughput for ultra-high multimedia definition, etc.
The contribution topics of primary interest include, but are not limited to:
- Network protocols
- Resources allocation techniques
- Artificial Intelligence applied in communications systems
- Radio Frequencies (RF) enabling 6G
- Optical wireless communications
- Vehicular communications
- Wireless body area networks (WBANs)
- Ultra-low power communications
- Network performance
- Fog computing and networking
- 6G communications
- Physical layer security
- Cybersecurity systems
Dr. Stefano Caputo
Dr. Lorenzo Biotti
Dr. Lorenzo Mucchi
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- Network protocol and resources allocation
- artificial intelligence
- RF enabling 6G
- optical wireless communications
- smart city applications
- healthcare applications
- Internet of Things