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FreeBee: Cross-technology Communication via Free Side-channel
This paper presents FreeBee, which enables direct unicast as well as cross-technology/channel broadcast among three popular wireless technologies: WiFi, ZigBee, and Bluetooth. Our design aims to shedExpand
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Correlated flooding in low-duty-cycle wireless sensor networks
Flooding in low-duty-cycle wireless sensor networks is very costly due to asynchronous schedules of sensor nodes. To adapt existing flooding-tree-based designs for low-duty-cycle networks, we shallExpand
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Transparent cross-technology communication over data traffic
Cross-technology communication (CTC) techniques are introduced in recent literatures to explore the opportunities of collaboration between heterogeneous wireless technologies, such as WiFi andExpand
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PSR: Practical synchronous rendezvous in low-duty-cycle wireless networks
Low-duty-cycle radio operations have been proposed for wireless networks facing severe energy constraints. Despite energy savings, duty-cycling the radio creates transient-available wireless links,Expand
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Symbol-Level Cross-Technology Communication via Payload Encoding
  • Shuai Wang, S. M. Kim, T. He
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE 38th International Conference on Distributed…
  • 2 July 2018
To mitigate the issue of cross-technology interference (CTI) under dense wireless, cross-technology communication (CTC) was recently proposed, which enables direct communication among heterogeneousExpand
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C-Morse: Cross-technology communication with transparent Morse coding
Recent research on CTC (cross-technology communication) demonstrates the viability of direct coordination among heterogeneous devices (e.g., WiFi and ZigBee) with incompatible physical layers.Expand
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Link-Correlation-Aware Opportunistic Routing in Wireless Networks
Recent empirical studies have shown clear evidence that wireless links are not independent and that the packet receptions on adjacent wireless links are correlated. This finding contradicts theExpand
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CorLayer: A Transparent Link Correlation Layer for Energy-Efficient Broadcast
Recent work has shown that wireless links are not independent, and that transmissions from a transmitter to multiple receivers are correlated. This finding has profound implications for theExpand
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Achieving Receiver-Side Cross-Technology Communication with Cross-Decoding
Cross-technology Communication (CTC) is a key technique to explore the full capacity of heterogeneous wireless. The latest CTC designs explore the PHY-layer to reach the standards' maximum rate, butExpand
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BlueBee: a 10,000x Faster Cross-Technology Communication via PHY Emulation
Cross-Technology Communication is a promising solution proposed recently to the coexistence problem of heterogeneous wireless technologies in the ISM bands. The existing works use only theExpand
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