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NIST Multi-Domain Knowledge Planes for Service Federation for 5G & Beyond Public Working Group: Applications to Federated Autonomic/Autonomous Networking

November 13, 2023
Robert B. Bohn, Tao Zhang, Abdella Battou, Ranganai Chaparadza, Taesang Choi, Baek-Young Choi, Hisham Kholidy, SeungKyu Go, Moonkook Park, Sejun Song
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is an agency of the United States Department of Commerce. Transformational Networks and Services group of NIST's Communication Technology Laboratory's Smart Connected Systems Division, has formed

Capture and Analysis of Traffic Traces on a Wide-Area NDN Testbed

October 8, 2023
Sankalpa Timilsina, Davide Pesavento, Junxiao Shi, Susmit Shannigrahi, Lotfi Benmohamed
High-quality network traffic measurements from realistic network deployments are crucial to analyze and better understand emerging network technologies for the purpose of maturing them. However, achieving this measurement goal for the Named Data Networking

Broadband Electromagnetic Properties of Engineered Flexible Absorber Materials

August 23, 2023
Luckshitha Suriyasena Liyanage, Connor Smith, Jacob Pawlik, Sarah Evans, Angela Stelson, Chris Long, Nate Orloff, David Arnold, Jim Booth
Flexible and stretchable materials have attracted significant interest for applications in wearable electronics and bioengineering fields. Recent developments also incorporate embedded microwave circuits, components, and systems with engineered flexible

National Institute of Standards and Technology Environmental Scan 2023: Societal and Technology Landscape to Inform Science and Technology Research

August 23, 2023
Ashley Boggs-Russell, Kerrianne Buchanan, David W. Griffith, Heather Evans, Dimitrios Meritis, Lisa Ng, Anna Sberegaeva, Michelle Stephens
The 2023 National Institute of Standards and Technology Environmental Scan provides an analysis of key external factors that could impact NIST and the fulfillment of its mission in coming years. The analyses were conducted through three separate lenses

A Deep Learning Framework for Industrial Wireless Networks

July 25, 2023
Mohamed Hany, Rick Candell
In this report, we introduce a framework to analyze, monitor, and identify the state of industrial wireless networks and their impact on industrial use cases. This framework is based on a deep learning approach for modeling the interactions between the

Artificial Intelligence-Assisted Edge Computing for Wide Area Monitoring

July 7, 2023
Bin Hu, Hamid Gharavi
The massive digital information generated in conjunction with the ever-increasing phasor measurement data in the power grid has led to a tremendous constraint on the analysis and timely processing of real-time data. Under these conditions, leveraging

Wideband Cyclostationary Spectrum Analysis for Smart Factory Wireless Channels

July 5, 2023
Peter Vouras, Mohamed Hany, Rick Candell
Smart and highly automated factories rely on time sensitive networks (TSNs) to coordinate the actions of robots working together to complete a task. The dense layout of metallic objects on the factory floor creates a complex electromagnetic environment

Industrial Wireless Cyberphysical Systems Performance Using Deep Learning

June 12, 2023
Mohamed Hany, Rick Candell, Karl Montgomery
Industrial wireless communications networks have a major role in the future industrial cyber-physical systems (CPSs) to have higher flexibility and massive machine connectivity. However, the impact of the industrial wireless on the reliability and latency

Reusable Network Simulation for CPS Co-Simulations

May 9, 2023
Himanshu Neema, Harmon Nine, Thomas Roth
Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) require seamless integration of physical and computation components through communication networks. They often contain sub-systems from different physical domains (e.g., electrical, mechanical, and electronic) that must


May 2, 2023
Mary E. Dal-Favero

Comparing Economic Benefits of HVAC Control Strategies in Grid-Interactive Residential Buildings

May 1, 2023
Brian Woo-Shem, Kaleb Pattawi, Hannah Covington, Patrick McCurdy, Chenli Wang, Thomas Roth, Cuong Nguyen, Yuhong Liu, Hohyun Lee
Energy consumption in buildings continues to rise with increased deployment of energy-consuming equipment such as Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) amid a growing world economy. Renewable energy is projected to comprise a majority of the

Multiverse: Quantum Optical Network Management

March 19, 2023
Abdella Battou
This paper presents the software-defined management system of DC-QNet, a quantum network testbed deployed across multiple distant sites. The system uses a network management system (NMS) to manage the optical network, the classical IP network, and the

Optimized Sparse Sampling Lattices

March 7, 2023
Peter Vouras, Mohamed Hany, Sudantha Perera, Carnot Nogueira, Rick Candell, Kate Remley
Sparse sampling approaches have been widely studied to achieve less complex measurement systems while maintaining detection performance. In this paper, we derive a new gradient implementation of an alternating projections algorithm that determines the

Wideband Synthetic Aperture Test Bed for Intelligent Reflecting Surfaces

March 7, 2023
Peter Vouras, Mohamed Hany, Sudantha Perera, Carnot Nogueira, Rick Candell, Kate Remley
This paper describes a spherical beamforming implementation for wideband synthetic aperture channel sounders that can be used to predict the scattering performance of an Intelligent Reflection Surface (IRS). An IRS creates controlled propagation conditions

Versatile quantum-enabled telecom receiver

March 2, 2023
FNU Nur Fajar Rizqi Annafianto, Jabir Marakkarakath Vadakkepurayil, Ivan Burenkov, Abdella Battou, Sergey Polyakov
We experimentally demonstrate a quantum-measurement-based receiver for a range of modulation schemes and alphabet lengths in a telecom C-band. We attain symbol error rates below the shot noise limit for all the studied modulation schemes and the alphabet

PSCR Impact Assessment: 2016-2022 Executive Summary

February 14, 2023
Monika Bochert, Marc Leh, Danni Leicht
The purpose of this executive summary is to provide key stakeholders with relevant information about how PSCR spent Public Safety Trust Funds and the impacts of that funding. Furthermore, this report seeks to demonstrate the value and positive outcomes of
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