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Welcome to the Wireless Networking Group site. WNG performs research on all aspects wireless networking and communication. We specifically target experimentation in testbeds in addition to analysis and simulation. Some of our focus areas are:

  • Milimiterwave networking and extremely high frequency communication
  • Interference management and coordination mechanisms
  • Network coding
  • Mobile network resource and traffic optimization
  • Wireless transport protocols

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4 papers accepted for WoWMoM 2017!

"Fine-grained LTE Radio Link Estimation for Mobile Phones", "60 GHz Range Boost: Exploiting Frequency Selectivity in Millimeter-Wave Networks", "Millimetric Diagnosis: Machine Learning Based Network Analysis for mm-Wave Communication" and "A Detailed Look into Power Consumption of Commodity 60 GHz Devices" will be released in WoWMoM 2017 (12-15 June Macao).

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New publication in IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials 

A Survey of Anticipatory Mobile Networking: Context-Based Classification, Prediction Methodologies, and Optimization Techniques. The paper provides a thorough review of the state-of-the-art on anticipatory networking. The most recent literature is analyzed according to the contextual information used to drive the otimization process. In addiition, a review of the most popular prediction and optimization techniques is provided as two brief handbooks that introduce the reader to the matter. Finally, the adoption of anticipatory networking is discussed in perspective of wireless network types, protocol layers and its contributions to objectives of 5G networks.

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Paper accepted for publication 

One of our latest articles, "Millimeter-Wave Beam Training Acceleration through Low-Complexity Hybrid Transceivers", has been accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications.

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WNG in INFOCOM 2017

We are glad to announce that 2 of our papers have been accepted in INFOCOM 2017. The conference will take place in Atlanta in May.   

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