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Practical, real-time, full duplex wireless
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Experimental results show that a re- design of the wireless network stack to exploit full duplex capability can result in significant improvements in network performance. Expand
Achieving single channel, full duplex wireless communication
This paper discusses the design of a single channel full-duplex wireless transceiver. The design uses a combination of RF and baseband techniques to achieve full-duplexing with minimal effect on linkExpand
Applications of self-interference cancellation in 5G and beyond
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Self-interference cancellation offers the potential to complement and sustain the evolution of 5G technologies toward denser heterogeneous networks and can be utilized in wireless communication systems in multiple ways, including increased link capacity, spectrum virtualization, any-division duplexing (ADD), novel relay solutions, and enhanced interference coordination. Expand
The κ factor: inferring protocol performance using inter-link reception correlation
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A new metric, κ, is presented that, unlike existing widely used metrics, has no bias based on the packet reception ratios of links and makes κ a better predictor of performance of opportunistic routing and network coding protocols. Expand
Visibility: a new metric for protocol design
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A quantitative visibility metric to evaluate and compare protocols, where visibility is defined as the energy cost of diagnosing the cause of a behavior in a protocol. Expand
The case for a network protocol isolation layer
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It is argued that sensor network communication stacks should have an isolation layer, whose purpose is to make each protocol's perception of the wireless channel independent of what other protocols are running, and two key mechanisms the isolation layer must provide: shared collision avoidance and fair channel allocation. Expand
Beyond full duplex wireless
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The possibility of extending full-duplex designs to support multiple input, multiple output (MIMO) systems is explored and how such a design could lead to a rethinking of wireless networks is explored. Expand
Granting silence to avoid wireless collisions
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This work describes grant-to-send, a novel collision avoidance algorithm for wireless mesh networks that announces packets it expects to hear others send rather than announcing packets it intends to send. Expand
Opening the sensornet black box
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The Mote Network (MNet) architecture is presented, which elevates visibility to be its dominant design principle, and a quantitative metric for network visibility is proposed and explained why network isolation and fairness are critical concerns. Expand
Grant to Send : Fairness and Isolation in Low-Power Wireless
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The Fair Waiting Protocol (FWP), which isolates competing multihop wireless protocols, is presented, which is 270 lines of nesC code, has a single byte header, and requires 3 bytes of state per protocol. Expand
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