Wireless Networking

As communications service providers ponder ways to cater to the diverse traffic requirements of mobile applications that range from the classic telephony to modern augmented reality (AR)-related use cases, the traditional quality of service (QoS)-based radio resource management (RRM) techniques for RAN slicing that are agnostic to the intrinsic workings of applications can result in a poor quality of experience (QoE) for the end-user. We argue that in addition to QoS, RAN slicing strategies should also consider QoE for efficient resource utilization.

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The increasing availability of multimodal data holds many promises for developments in millimeter-wave (mmWave) multiple-antenna systems by harnessing the potential for enhanced situational awareness. Specifically, inclusion of non-RF modalities to complement RF-only data in communications-related decisions like beam selection may speed up decision making in situations where an exhaustive search, spanning all candidate options, is required by the standard. However, to accelerate research in this topic, there is a need to collect real-world datasets in a principled manner.

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We created a 5G dataset by measuring 5G traffic directly from a major mobile operator in South Korea. The model name of the mobile terminal used for traffic measurement is the Samsung Galaxy A90 5G, equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon X50 5G modem. We installed PCAPdroid, a packet sniffer software, on the terminal via Google Play. Traffic was measured sequentially per application on two stationary terminals (only one terminal is used for noninteractive services) with no background traffic.

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A multi-scale attention based channel estimation framework is proposed for reconfigurable intelligent surface (RIS) aided massive multiple-input multiple-output systems, in which both hardware imperfections and time-varying characteristics of cascaded channel are investigated. By exploiting the spatial correlations of different scales in the RIS reflection element domain, we construct a Laplacian pyramid attention network (LPAN) to realize the high-dimensional cascaded channel reconstruction with limited pilot overhead.

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Over 10% of the world's population now suffers from chronic kidney disease (CKD), and millions die yearly. To extend the lives of those suffering and lower the cost of therapy, CKD should be detected early. Building such a multimedia-driven model is necessary to detect the illness effectively and accurately before it worsens the situation. It is challenging for doctors to identify the various conditions connected to CKD early to prevent the condition. For CKD early detection and prediction, this study introduces a novel hybrid deep learning network model (HDLNet).

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This paper investigated how to increase the number of connections among users in hierarchical non-terrestrial networks (HNTNs) assisted disaster relief service (DRS). We aim to maximize the number of satisfactory connections (NSCs) by optimizing the unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) radio resources, computing resources, and trajectory at each time slot. In particular, the UAVs are exploited as aerial base stations (ABSs) to provide a link for the reduced capability (RedCap) user equipment (UE) based on power domain non-orthogonal multiple access (PD-NOMA).

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The maximum flow problem based on contact graph in DTN is very important for routing and data planning. Common topological graphs with non-sequential changes include Dinic, ISAP and other deterministic algorithms for solving the maximum flow between two nodes. But these algorithms cannot be directly applied to topological networks with time series changes. At present, Iosifidis.G has given a solution to this problem based on the time expansion graph, but his method requires high storage space, and the increase in the number of nodes means increasing high time complexity accordingly.

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This dataset focuses on cooperative spectrum sensing in a cognitive radio network, where multiple secondary users collaborate to detect the presence of a primary user. We introduce multiple cooperative spectrum sensing schemes based on a tree deep neural network architecture, incorporating a one-dimensional convolutional neural network and a long short-term memory network. The primary objective of these schemes is to effectively learn the activity pattern of the primary user.

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Abstract—A novel approach is proposed in this article to boost the energy efficiency (EE) of an AoI-aware IoT network. In particular, we propose a new approach that is based a combination of simultaneous wireless information and power

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