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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 […]

QOF: QoS Framework Based on OpenFlow

The growing emergence of a variety of network applications have stringent Quality of Service (QoS) requirements which cannot be always met by the best-effort Internet. To provide QoS, several QoS frameworks have been explored over last two decades, but none of them has been truly successful and globally implemented. This paper proposes QOF, a novel […]

Strategic frequency adaptation for mid-range magnetic induction-based Wireless Underground Sensor Networks

Some classes of sensing applications target scenarios where the overall system, including antenna and energy sub-system, is placed under the ground, through concrete, or under-the-debris (disaster scenario). A real-time soil moisture sensing system deployed at the root zone of a crop area for precise irrigation and an oil pipeline leak detection (PLD) system are particular […]

Throughput enhancement to the Cognitive Radio networks under the precaution is better than the cure (PBC) approach

In this paper, we have proposed a Cognitive Radio system where primary users uses the precautionary measures against the possible interferences that may disturb their quality of service (QOS), these interferences may be originated from any other primary user itself, possibly due to the effect of the hidden terminal problem or may be received from […]

Cognitive Radio-Aware Transport Protocol for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

With the proliferation of new wireless service, scarce wireless resources is expected to become a critical issue. For this reason, cognitive radio mobile ad hoc networks (CogMANET) are being developed as a promising solution to this problem. However, in CogMANET, channel switching is inherently necessary whenever a primary user with a license appears on the […]

Evaluating the Impact of Registered Power Zones Incentive on Wind Systems Integration in Active Distribution Networks

For the better integration of distributed and renewable generation, new investments in innovative distribution networks, such as active distribution networks and smart grids (SGs), are required. Regulators should decide what incentives are desirable to create a flexible economic regulatory framework that can drive distribution system operators to invest in innovation and in active distribution networks. […]

A Method for the Trajectory Privacy Protection Based on the Segmented Fake Trajectory under Road Networks

In recent years, LBS (Location-Based Service)have been widely used. According tithe historical location of user, location service providers may analyze the user’s interests, health and other personal privacy. The traditional k-anonymous protection method for trajectory mainly depends on the European space but not consider the road networks. In this paper, we proposed a method for […]

Architecting space communication networks under mission demand uncertainty

NASAs Space Network has been a successful program that has provided reliable communication and navigation services for three decades. As the third generation of satellites is being launched, alternatives to the current architecture of the system are being studied in order to improve the performance of the system, reduce its costs and facilitate its integration […]

Reduction of Four Wave Mixing by employing circular polarizers in DWDM optical networks

Next generation optical communication networks demand the use of the lower channel spacing and high input power in Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) systems to achieve higher data rates. However, decreasing channel spacing and increasing input power create nonlinear effects including Four Wave Mixing (FWM). In this paper a method has been introduced in which alternative […]