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 Title & Authors
Heterogeneous Interface Decision Engine and Architecture for Constructing Low Power Home Networks
Bae, Puleum; Jo, Yeong-Myeong; Moon, Eui-Kyum; Ko, Young-Bae;
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 Abstract
In this paper, in order to support the construction of a smart home environment of low power consumption, we propose a heterogeneous interface determination engine and architecture. Technology of "smart home" is in the spotlight according to the development of IT technology nowadays. Smart homes are configured with multiple sub-networks, and each sub-network is formed by the smart devices using various communication interfaces. Thus, in the smart home environment, interlocking technology between heterogeneous interfaces is essentially required for supporting communication between different networks. Further, each communication interface is a difference in power consumption, and home smart devices are often operated in 24 hours, especially smart phones and other wireless devices are sensitive to power consumption. Therefore, in order to build a energy efficient home network, It is important to select the appropriate interface to handle traffic depending on the situation. In this paper, we propose "The Heterogeneous Interface Decision Engine and Architecture for constructing of Low Power Home Network," and analyze the performance of the proposed method and verify the validity through experiments on the test bed.
 Keywords
interface decision engine;energy-efficient;smart home;D2D;HetNet;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
1.
무선 센서 네트워크 기반 소규모 풍력발전기 모니터링 및 제어 시스템 구현,김도영;김영천;

한국통신학회논문지, 2015. vol.40. 9, pp.1808-1818 crossref(new window)
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