Jung-Hyok Kwon

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In this paper, we propose a neighbor stability-based VANET clustering (NSVC) that can efficiently deliver data in urban vehicular environments. The salient features of urban vehicles are their high mobility and unpredictable direction of movement, so vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2X) communication should take into consideration the(More)
This paper focuses on a wireless solution for vehicular infrastructure systems. In order to achieve both low cost and high efficiency, infrastructures can be connected to each other in vehicular networks by a wireless link similar to a mesh router in wireless mesh networks (WMNs). However, the existing WMN solutions cannot appropriately support various(More)
Directional antenna is essentially recommended to use in 60 GHz band communication due to the characteristics of high path loss and short communication range. However, a number of directional antenna related researches have been considered to cover just the only specific service region. Therefore, in this paper, we propose a coverage adaptive directional(More)
In capillary machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, which is being considered as a feasible network solution for M2M applications, because of physical resource constraints and deployment conditions, an energy-efficient and scalable medium access control (MAC) protocol is crucial for numerous M2M devices to concurrently access wireless channels. Therefore,(More)
This paper presents a categorization-based video streaming approach (CVS) to mitigate the Internet traffic in content delivery services. The CVS uses the statistical information related to the users’ view patterns (i.e., the average view duration in accordance with the playback time of the content) to adjust the request period of content chunks. Therefore,(More)
This paper presents a dominant channel occupancy (DCO) mechanism for the Wi-Fi backscatter uplink in the industrial Internet of things (IIoT). The DCO provides high-priority channel access and reliable burst transmission to the Wi-Fi backscatter devices, thereby enabling the Wi-Fi backscatter tag to deliver its tag information to the Wi-Fi reader without(More)
The huge demand for high data rate machine-to-machine (M2M) services has led to the use of millimeter Wave (mmWave) band communications with support for a multi-Gbps data rate through the use of directional antennas. However, unnecessary sector switching in multicast transmissions with directional antennas results in a long delay, and consequently a low(More)
We investigated the influence of low-concentration indium (In) doping on the chemical and structural properties of solution-processed zinc oxide (ZnO) films and the electrical characteristics of bottom-gate/top-contact In-doped ZnO thin-film transistors (TFTs). The thermogravimetry and differential scanning calorimetry analysis results showed that thermal(More)
This paper presents the design and performance evaluation of a latency bounded and energy efficient MAC scheme (abbreviated to LB-MAC) for wireless sensor networks that require time-critical communication. LB-MAC provides the predictability for an end-to-sink data delivery time through the TDMA multi-channel transmission frame assignment considering the(More)
The use of directional antennas in ad-hoc networks has advantages such as high spatial reuse and extended antenna range. However it suffers from the deafness problem, which may significantly degrade the network performance. Recently, several directional MAC protocols have been proposed to manage directional antennas effectively and improve the network(More)