Special Issue "Low Power Sensors for Wireless Communication and Localization"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 October 2020.
Interests: low-power communication; machine-to-machine; localization; sensor fusion; sub-1 GHz communication; LPWAN
In wireless communication, localization, and sensing, energy awareness is becoming more and more important to enable sustainable long-term sustainable solutions. Low-power systems leverage innovation on sensor and actuator enhancements, improved communication protocols, and energy aware localization algorithms. In this issue, we welcome novel research concepts and experiments related to low-power sensors and wireless communication and localization.
Prof. Dr. Maarten Weyn
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