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Homoscatter: Towards efficient connectivity for ZigBee backscatter system

@article{Xu2021HomoscatterTE,
  title={Homoscatter: Towards efficient connectivity for ZigBee backscatter system},
  author={Zhao Yang Xu and Wei Gong},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2111.02140}
}
Recent advances in backscatter open a promising direction for ultra-low power communication. However, the state-of-art ZigBee backscatter system, Interscatter, has several drawbacks to deploy. Its backscatter tag and exciting source, Bluetooth, can hardly decode packets from other ZigBee nodes, which left Interscatter one-way communication. Besides, it adopts instantaneous phase change to modulate information, producing obvious sidelobes and interfering devices working on neighboring channels… 

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