Future wireless networks to crypto privacy: ITU Journal shares new research

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The latest issue of the ITU Journal on Future and Evolving Technologies shares eight new papers on topics from network design and orchestration to privacy in cryptocurrency. Download the issue for unique contributions to research in:

  • Dynamic power control for future wireless networks
  • Ethernet protocol standards for time-sensitive networking
  • Privacy in cryptocurrency payment channel networks
  • Optimal network design for software-defined networking
  • Economic efficiency of spectrum allocation
  • Low-complexity coding for efficient error correction
  • Routing in multi-technology wireless sensor networks
  • Connectivity in the presence of hostile interference

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Navigate directly to papers of interest

“Dynamic power control for time-critical networking with heterogeneous traffic”

Emmanouil Fountoulakis, Nikolaos Pappas, and Anthony Ephremides

“Reconfiguration algorithms for high precision communications in time sensitive networks: Time-aware shaper configuration with IEEE 802.1Qcc”

Ahmed Nasrallah, Venkatraman Balasubramanian, Akhilesh S. Thyagaturu, Martin Reisslein, and Hesham ElBakoury

“An evaluation of cryptocurrency payment channel networks and their privacy implications”

Enes Erdin, Suat Mercan, and Kemal Akkaya

Controller placement optimization for Software Defined Wide Area Networks (SDWAN)”

Lusani Mamushiane, Joyce Mwangama, and Albert Lysko

“Economic efficiency of spectrum allocation”

Vadim Nozdrin

“Performance of a parallel Hamming coding in short-frame OFDM sensor's network”

Raouia Masmoudi Ghodhbane and Jorge Fernandez‑Mayoralas

“RODENT: a flexible TOPSIS based routing protocol for multi-technology devices in wireless sensor networks”

Brandon Foubert and Nathalie Mitton

“A multi-link communication connectivity game under hostile interference”        

Andrey Garnaev, Wade Trappe, Narayan B. Mandayam, and H. Vincent Poor

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