Bharath Keshavamurthy

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Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are distributed sensing ecosystems equipped with computational intelligence and radio communication capabilities. The ‘neurons’ of a typical WSN referred to as Sensor Nodes or Motes are tiny, low-cost, resource-efficient modules with embedded intelligence facilitating ultra-fast deployment, flexibility and(More)
Self-Organizing Networks (SONs) are being researched extensively in the existing 3G and 4G landscape primarily to facilitate a convenient yet cost-effective approach in the configuration, optimization and troubleshooting of networks. However, the existing SONs will be no match for the operational complexity of the envisioned 5G networks. The promise of 5G(More)
“Four and half billion people around the world still aren't connected to the Internet!” The gap between India's rural and urban areas, both economically and technologically, is enormous. It is quite obvious that the economic imbalance between India's metros and her villages is the most significant reason for miserable Internet adoption(More)
“The world-wide web still isn't all that worldwide”. This line by the Washington Post is a staggering fact-hard to believe, but unfortunately very true. An exhaustive study by McKinsey and Company [1] regarding the challenges of worldwide Internet connectivity reveals a surprising reality: Almost 4 billion people still aren't connected to the(More)
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