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Open accessProceedings ArticleDOI
11 Mar 2019
29 Citations
Our solution, WiWear, has two key innovations: 1) beamforming WiFi transmissions to significantly boost the energy that a receiver can harvest ~2-3 meters away, and 2) smart zero-energy, triggering of inertial sensing, that allows intelligent duty-cycled operation of devices whose transient power consumption far exceeds what can be instantaneously harvested.
Our methods enable the application of signal to interference and noise (SINR) based scheduling algorithms to WiFi networks resulting in tremendous increase in throughput and QoS/fairness.
The careful deployment of hotspots in such areas allow to maximize WiFi offloading, a viable solution to the recent boost up of mobile data consumption.
We show how these techniques can boost and enhance wireless networking operation in the 60 GHz band.
For home and work environments, aggressive WiFi scans can significantly improve the speed at which mobile nodes join the WiFi network.
Proceedings ArticleDOI
Sihui Han, Kang G. Shin 
01 May 2017
18 Citations
It enhances both WiFi signal and low-power IoT devices without changing their configurations or network protocols.
Proceedings ArticleDOI
17 Aug 2015
418 Citations
Specifically, we show that it is possible to design devices and WiFi APs such that the WiFi AP in the process of transmitting data to normal WiFi clients can decode backscatter signals which the devices generate by modulating information on to the ambient WiFi transmission.
Open accessProceedings ArticleDOI
15 Apr 2019
5 Citations
Indeed, burstiness in modern WiFi standards may improve network performance, and we show that a Bursty QUIC (BQUIC), i. e., a customized version of QUIC that is targeted to increase its burstiness, can achieve better performance in WiFi.
Our results supported that the WiFi-aided MM algorithm provided more reliable solutions than both WiFi and MM in the areas that have poor WiFi signal distribution or indistinctive magnetic-gradient features.

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