We are working in the development of a dependable wireless network for the IoT, i.e., one that is secure, reliable, and resilient, while satisfying low-latency requirements. Among the many different techniques that can help us reach these goals, we focus our research on multiconnectivity, PHY security and in the combination of radar and communication links. While we perform mathematical analysis and simulation studies, we aim to develop new methods that can be demonstrated in real life. For that purpose, we help specify the algorithms that are to be implemented by BI’s CoRoLa team.
C. Queiroz , R. Vieira, A. Barreto, A. Zarrebini, E. Souza, A. Linhares, New Spectrum Bands for HAPS: Sharing with Fixed-Satellite Systems, accepted for publication at VTC-Spring 2019, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Apr. 2019
B. Khodapanah, A. Awada, I. Viering, A.N. Barreto, M. Simsek, G. Fettweis, “Slice Management in Radio Access Network via Iterative Adaptation”, accepted for publication at ICC 2019, Shanghai, China, May 2019
J. K. Chaudhary, J. Francis, A. N. Barreto, G. Fettweis, “Latency in the Uplink of massive MIMO CRAN with Packetized Fronthaul: Modeling and Analysis”, accepted for publication at WCNC 2019, Marrakech, Morocco, Apr. 2019