Category Archive: 'OMNET++ PROJECTS FOR B.TECH'

Propagation in Finite Lossy Media: an Application to WBAN

Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) has become an important part of the wireless communication world in the past decade leading to the need for efficient antennas for In-, Onand Off-Body links. The design of such antennas depends critically on the understanding of their interaction with the host body, and thus on the propagation of waves […]

Dual-band dual-mode patch antenna for on-/off-body WBAN communications

A novel coplanar waveguide (CPW)-fed dual-band dual-mode patch antenna for on-/off-body communications is proposed. The proposed antenna, which comprises a T-shaped patch with parasitic patches, a circular patch, and a CPW feed line, has dimensions of 30 mm × 45 mm × 3.2 mm. The proposed antenna operates in the 2.4 GHz ISM band (2.4 […]

An advanced patient bedside monitoring system design based on WBAN and telemedicine technologies

An advanced patient-centric bedside monitoring system design based on wireless body area sensor networks and telemedicine technologies is proposed in this paper where each patient uses sensors with wireless transmission capabilities and transmit the physiological signals within a larger advanced network, which is connected to a secured section of the public network. This work intends […]

Coexistence of ZigBee-based WBAN and WiFi for Health Telemonitoring Systems

The development of telemonitoring via wireless body area networks (WBANs) is an evolving direction in personalized medicine and home-based mobile health. A WBAN consists of small, intelligent medical sensors which collect physiological parameters such as EKG (electrocardiogram), EEG (electroencephalography) and blood pressure. The recorded physiological signals are sent to a coordinator via wireless technologies, and […]

Enabling Cooperative Relaying VANET Clouds Over LTE-A Networks

This paper addresses the area of heterogeneous wireless relaying vehicular clouds. We devise an advanced vehicular relaying technique for enhanced connectivity in densely populated urban areas. We investigate the performance of a transmission scheme over a Long-Term Evolution-Advanced (LTE-A) network where vehicles act as relaying cooperating terminals for a downlink session between a base station […]

Boosting named data networking for efficient packet forwarding in urban VANET scenarios

Named Data Networking (NDN) is a data-centric architecture designed for the future Internet. Existing works show that NDN brings significant performance improvement for typical content-centric applications, and can also fit the mobile environment well. However, directly applying NDN to Vehicular Ad hoc NETworks (VANETs) is confronted with great challenges due to the high mobility of […]

Autonomic computing and VANET

As modern wireless communication networks continue to spread in coverage and ubiquity, so do the applications for networks that take advantage of mobile technology. One of the more interesting areas of research and development is in the development and deployment of vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs). VANETs offer the potential for intelligent transportation networks that […]

BUS-VANET: A BUS Vehicular Network Integrated with Traffic Infrastructure

With the development of wireless communications, Vehicular Ad Hoc Network (VANET) has received considerable attention on information sharing and data delivery services. In order to collect and control traffic conditions, Intelligent Transportations Systems (ITS) has deployed a number of Road Side Units (RSUs) along the roads to collect and deliver traffic information to the Traffic […]

liteFlow: Lightweight and distributed flow monitoring platform for SDN

Traditional network monitoring involving packet capturing or flow sampling has many challenges such as scalability, accuracy and availability of processing resource when networks become large-scale, high-speed and heterogeneous. SDN is a promising approach to address these challenges, but each SDN switch has it’s own capacity limitation, such as it’s cache memory called TCAM, and thus […]

NetIDE: Removing vendor lock-in in SDN

The Software-Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm allows networking hardware to be made “malleable” and remotely manageable by the so-called SDN controllers. However, the current SDN landscape is extremely fragmented. Different open and closed source controller frameworks such as Open-Daylight [1], Ryu [2], Floodlight [3], etc. exist. Porting SDN applications from one such platform to another is […]