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Wireless Personal Communications

An International Journal

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Resource Allocation for Fog Enhanced Vehicular Services

Vehicular Ad hoc Networks mainly depends on the cloud computing for the services like storage, computing and networking. With the increase in the number of vehicles connected to the cloud, the problems like network congestion and increased delay …


SMEER: Secure Multi-tier Energy Efficient Routing Protocol for Hierarchical Wireless Sensor Networks

Energy consumption and the secure transmission are the increasing fields of research challenge in wireless sensor network (WSN) applications. Heterogeneous WSN is an efficient network strategy that has sensor nodes with different processing …


Design of Probability Density Function Targeting Efficient Coverage in Wireless Sensor Networks

Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) incorporate small devices known as sensors. These sensors monitor the deployment field and are responsible for communicating the sensed data periodically to the base station. Therefore, conserving the battery power …


A Novel Model of Sybil Attack in Cluster-Based Wireless Sensor Networks and Propose a Distributed Algorithm to Defend It

Today, Wireless Sensor Networks are widely employed in various applications including military, environment, medical and urban applications. Thus, security establishment in such networks is of great importance. One of the dangerous attacks against …


Q-FRPML: QoS-Centric Fault-Resilient Routing Protocol for Mobile-WSN Based Low Power Lossy Networks

Considering the significance of mobile-Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) under Low Power Lossy Network (LLN) Conditions, in this paper a highly robust and QoS-Centric Fault-Resilient Routing Protocol for Mobile-WSN in LLN (Q-FRPML) has been …

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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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