Fundamental Challenges of Low-Power Wide Area networks (LPWAN)

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Wireless data delivery over long distance is power consuming and challenging for large-scale deployments. Low-power wide area networks (LPWAN) are increasingly in need to develop wireless solution that satisfy the following requirements (1) Increased battery life, (2) Longer communication range, (3) Large-Scale, and (4) Low-cost. Existing strategies for addressing low-power and long-range do not co-exist efficiently in a large-scale network. In this talk, the fundamental challenges in meeting the above needs of LPWANs will be identified. Cross-layer strategies to address these challenges will be discussed. Comparison to commercially available LPWAN solutions such as LoRa and SigFox will be presented using experimental and simulation results.

 

 



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  • Date: 21 Oct 2021
  • Time: 06:45 PM to 08:30 PM
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  • Madison, Wisconsin
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  • Co-sponsored by IEEE-Madison Life Member Affiliate
  • Starts 19 September 2021 02:34 PM
  • Ends 20 October 2021 02:34 PM
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Dr. Krishnaswamy Dr. Krishnaswamy

Topic:

Fundamental Challenges of Low-Power Wide Area networks (LPWAN)

Wireless data delivery over long distance is power consuming and challenging for large-scale deployments. Low-power wide area networks (LPWAN) are increasingly in need to develop wireless solution that satisfy the following requirements (1) Increased battery life, (2) Longer communication range, (3) Large-Scale, and (4) Low-cost. Existing strategies for addressing low-power and long-range do not co-exist efficiently in a large-scale network. In this talk, the fundamental challenges in meeting the above needs of LPWANs will be identified. Cross-layer strategies to address these challenges will be discussed. Comparison to commercially available LPWAN solutions such as LoRa and SigFox will be presented using experimental and simulation results.

Biography:

Bhuvana Krishnaswamy is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She obtained her MS and Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology.

 

For a full resume see: https://bhuvanakrishnaswamy.wordpress.com/resume/

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Address:Madison, Wisconsin, United States





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6:45 - 7:00 PM Pre-meeting time to get on-line and get ready.

7:00 - 8:00 PM Dr. Krishnaswamy's talk

8:00 - 8:30 PM Open Q&A with questions also entered via the Chat function

8:30 PM - Meeting Adjourned