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Service-domain solutions to radio interference for M2M communications and networking

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4 Author(s)
Tesanovic, M. ; Fujitsu Labs. of Eur. Ltd., Hayes, Ukraine ; Bucknell, P. ; Chebbo, H. ; Ogunbekun, J.

The Internet of Things (IoT) will see the connection of tens of billions of objects to the Internet over the next 10 years and will lead to improvements in the quality of life for everyone. The density of all the radio-connected IoT objects will place increasing pressure on the available limited spectrum resources. These radio-connected IoT objects will, in addition, often use different radio access technologies (RATs), making service advertising and discovery as well as coordination of radio resources extremely challenging, due to the potentially vast numbers of connected devices. These problems can be addressed both by using centralised co-ordination of radio resources and by distributed intelligent devices that actively manage their own radio resource usage. This paper addresses solutions for centralised co-ordination of the wireless connected IoT devices through a new approach which relies on a shared service-level platform to provide flexible radio spectrum usage. New algorithms for interference mitigation and device co-existence are described which use device management made possible by such a platform, and avoid potential conflicts across heterogeneous systems. Under the assumption that geographically co-located devices are all using a common service platform, the centralised algorithms proposed here have the potential for more efficient solutions than existing inter-RAT interference mitigation solutions. An implementation of our algorithms using the emerging ETSI M2M standard is outlined.

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Globecom Workshops (GC Wkshps), 2012 IEEE

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3-7 Dec. 2012

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