Special Issue "Internet of Things and Machine-to-Machine Communication"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 February 2019)
Low-power WANs have become a hot topic for M2M and IoT applications in recent years. This happened thanks to low-power consumption, secure data transmission and advanced protocols for wireless sensor networks. We expect energy efficient cellular networks in coming generations (5G) and ecological concerns along with economic issues lead to the evolution of new technologies for green communications in cellular networks. In this matter, energy harvesting and the capabilities of wireless sensor nodes to harvest energy is a promising way to achieve green communication.
Prof. Dr. Ray-Guang Cheng
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- Low-Power WANs
- Internet of Things
- Machine to machine communication
- Green Communication
- Energy harvesting
- Low energy computing in WSNs
- Security of IoT and M2M communication
- WSN routing algorithms and protocols
- Wireless signal propagation
- Novel industrial IoT/M2M applications