wifi-wireless fidelity 2020

Wi-Fi is the name of a wireless networking technology that uses radio waves to provide wireless
high-speed Internet and network connections. A common misconception is that the term Wi-Fi is short for “wireless fidelity,”

DRAIM: A novel delayconstraint and reverse auction-based incentive mechanism for WiFi offloading
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Offloading cellular traffic through WiFi Access Points (APs) has been a promising way to relieve the overload of cellular networks. However, data offloading process consumes a lot of resources (eg, energy, bandwidth, etc.). Given that the owners of APs are rational and

FingerDraw: Sub-wavelength Level Finger Motion Tracking with WiFi Signals
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This paper explores the possibility of tracking finger drawings in the air leveraging WiFi signals from commodity devices. Prior solutions typically require user to hold a wireless transmitter, or need proprietary wireless hardware. They can only recognize a small set of pre-defined hand

Joint Access Point Placement and Power-Channel-Resource-Unit Assignment for 802.11 ax-Based Dense WiFi with QoS Requirements
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IEEE 802.11 ax is a promising standard for the next-generation WiFi network, which uses orthogonal frequency division multiple access (OFDMA) to segregate the wireless spectrum into time-frequency resource units (RUs). In this paper, we aim at designing an 802.11 ax