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Wireless Personal Communications

An International Journal

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Heuristic Relay-Node Selection in Opportunistic Network Using RNN-LSTM Based Mobility Prediction

A Mobile Ad hoc Network (MANET) is a network composed of numerous autonomous mobile nodes. In recent times, the opportunistic network, a type of MANET is gaining a lot of significance among the researchers, as it is capable of communicating with …

23-05-2020 Open Access

Is Localization of Wireless Sensor Networks in Irregular Fields a Challenge?

Wireless sensor networks have been considered as an emerging technology for numerous applications of cyber-physical systems. These applications often require the deployment of sensor nodes in various anisotropic fields. Localization in anisotropic …


Dynamic Relationship-Zone Routing Protocol for Ad Hoc Networks

A new dynamic relationship-zone routing protocol (DRZRP) for ad hoc networks is proposed. In this protocol, each node in the network establishes a neighboring-zone with a radius of ρ hops, and activates a relationship-zone according to the service …


Certificateless based Quantum Cryptosystem for Ad-Hoc UWB-IR

Ad-Hoc UWB-IR technology is being researched and exploited in different fields. Some of its potential applications include Military solutions, emergency search and rescue, collaborative computing, distributed computing, and smart-home …


Troubleshooting of Handover Problems in 900 MHz for Speech Quality

Although Long-term Evolution (LTE) technology has currently being used in data and voice transmission, reserved frequency bands for GSM is still in use due to its strengthen against multipath fading and it provides wider coverage area. Poor …

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Wireless Personal Communications is an archival, peer reviewed, scientific and technical journal addressing mobile communications and computing. It investigates theoretical, engineering, and experimental aspects of radio communications, voice, data, images, and multimedia.

A partial list of topics includes propagation, system models, speech and image coding, multiple access techniques, protocols performance evaluation, radio local area networks, and networking and architectures.

The journal features five principal types of papers: full technical papers, short papers, technical aspects of policy and standardization, letters offering new research thoughts and experimental ideas, and invited papers on important and emerging topics authored by renowned experts.

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