Siddarth Mathur

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With exponential growth of IoT devices [1], the 5G network will experience a variety of traffic patterns not prevalent in earlier applications. These, often will transmit short sporadic messages, which are not well suited to the connection-oriented modes associated with legacy 3GPP network resulting in high service latency and excessive control overhead. It(More)
With the vision of deployment of massive Internetof-Things (IoTs) in 5G network, existing 4G network and protocols are inefficient to handle sporadic IoT traffic with requirements of low-latency, low control overhead and low power. To suffice these requirements, we propose a design of a PHY/MAC layer using Software Defined Radios (SDRs) that is backward(More)
5G network is envisioned to deploy a massive Internet-ofThings (IoTs) with requirements of low-latency, low control overhead and low power. Current 4G network is optimized for large bandwidth applications and inefficient to handle short sporadic IoT messages. The challenge here spans multiple layer including the radio access and the network layer. This(More)
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