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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

A Deep Reinforcement Learning Approach for Automated Chamber Configuration Replicating mmWave Directional Industrial Channel Behavior

January 25, 2023
Mohamed Hany, Sudantha Perera, Carnot Nogueira, Rick Candell, Kate Remley, Matt Simons
Industrial wireless channels have different characteristics than home and office channels due to their reflective nature. Moreover, the millimeter-wave (mmWave) wireless bands can play a big role in improving industrial wireless systems due to their large

Network Security Traffic Analysis Platform - Design and Validation

January 20, 2023
Zineb Maasaoui, Anfal Hathah, Hasnae Bilil, Van Sy Mai, Abdella Battou, ahmed lbath, Veton KEPUSKA
Real-time traffic management and control have become necessary in today's networks due to their complexity and cybersecurity risks. With the increase in internet use, threats are more present and require real-time detection and analysis to prevent

IEEE 802.11bf DMG Sensing: Enabling High-Resolution mmWave Wi-Fi Sensing

January 16, 2023
Steve Blandino, Tanguy Ropitault, Anirudha Sahoo, Nada T. Golmie
IEEE 802.11bf amendment is defining the Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) sensing procedure, which supports sensing in license-exempt frequency bands below 7 GHz and above 40GHz. In this paper, we examine WLAN sensing in the millimeter wave band, i.e.,

Integrated Sensing and Communication: Enabling Techniques, Applications, Tools and Datasets, Standardization, and Future Directions

December 1, 2022
Jian Wang, Neeraj Varshney, Camillo Gentile, Steve Blandino, Jack Chuang, Nada T. Golmie
The design of integrated sensing and communication (ISAC) systems has drawn recent attention for its capacity to solve a number of challenges. Indeed, ISAC can enable numerous benefits, such as the sharing of spectrum resources, hardware, and software, and

Task Offloading in Multi-tier Computing Systems towards Next-Generation Wireless Networks

December 1, 2022
Kunlun Wang, Jiong Jin, Yang Yang, Arumugam Nallanathan, Chintha Tellambura, Bijan Jabbari, Tao Zhang
With the development of next-generation wireless networks, the Internet of Things (IoT) is evolving towards the intelligent IoT (iIoT), where intelligent applications usually have stringent delay and jitter requirements. In order to provide lowlatency

Intelligent-Fabric Computing: Challenges and Opportunities

November 8, 2022
Min Chen, Jia Liu, Pan Li, Hamid Gharavi, Yixue Hao, Jingyu Ouyang, Long Hu, Chong Hou, Iztok Humar, Lei Wei, Guang-Zhong Yang, Guangming Tao
With the advent of the Internet of Everything, people can easily interact with their environments immersively. The idea of pervasive computing is becoming a reality, but due to the inconvenience of carrying silicon-based entities and a lack of fine-grained

5G New Radio Sidelink Link-Level Simulator and Performance Analysis

October 24, 2022
Peng Liu, Chen Shen, Chunmei Liu, Fernando Cintron, Lyutianyang Zhang, Liu Cao, Richard A. Rouil, Sumit Roy
Since the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) specified 5G New Radio (NR) sidelink in Release 16, researchers have been expressing increasing interest in sidelink in various research areas, such as Proximity Services (ProSe) and Vehicle-to

Radio Spectrum Occupancy Measurements Amid COVID-19 Telework and Telehealth

October 14, 2022
Dan Kuester, Xifeng Lu, Dazhen Gu, Azizollah Kord, Jake Rezac, Katie Carson, Marla L. Dowell, Elizabeth Eyeson, Ari Feldman, Keith Forsyth, Vu Le, John Marts, Mike McNulty, Kyle Neubarth, Andre Rosete, Matthew Ryan, Maija Teraslina
During the COVID-19 pandemic, NIST began a targeted campaign of measurements of averaged power and occupancy rate in the radio spectrum. The purpose was to sample real environments to offer timely insights into data infrastructure where it might be

Towards entangled photon pair generation from SiC-based microring resonator

October 4, 2022
Anouar Rahmouni, Lijun Ma, Xiao Tang, Thomas Gerrits, Lutong Cai, Qing Li, Oliver T. Slattery
Entangled photon sources are fundamental building blocks for quantum communication and quantum networks. Recently, silicon carbide emerged as a promising material for integrated quantum devices since it is CMOS compatible with favorable mechanical

Reproducibility Assessment of a Telecommunication Testbed

September 16, 2022
Jeanne Quimby, Jake Rezac, Mary Gregg, Michael Frey, Jason Coder, Anna Otterstetter
Telecommunication testbeds are a fundamental tool in communication research, enabling prototyping and validating new ideas. Unfortunately, these testbeds are often highly complex, costly, and challenging to operate, requiring simultaneous Open System

Advanced Communications Technologies Standards

August 29, 2022
Chris Greer, Robert B. Bohn, Tao Zhang
This report of the Advanced Communications Technologies Working Group of the Interagency Committee on Standards Policy (ICSP) provides an overview of Federal agency advanced communications technologies (ACT) standards activities and recommends standards

Welcome to SAMURAI's software!

August 29, 2022
Alec Weiss, Jeanne Quimby, Rod Leonhardt
This project is anticipated to generate a software package for automation of the SAMURAI platform, Working Data, Derived Data, and Published Results. Working Data will comprise raw measurement information from vector network analyzer or camera array

Finding Kinship in the Women in Radio Science (WIRS) Chapter

August 17, 2022
Reyhan Baktur, zoya popovic, Jeanne Quimby, Emily Porter
This paper introduces the Women in Radio Science, the newest Chapter of the US National Committee of the International Union of Radio Science. The unique challenges of minority groups in radio science community are discussed. Value and impact of
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