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Analysis of Low-Power Wide Area Network Technologies for the Internet of Things

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Low-power wide area wireless sensor network.

Short Description

A variety of low-power wide area network (LPWAN) standards are competing on the market for Internet of Things (IoT) applications, such as massive sensor networks or digitalization of the supply chain. Existing standards for IoT communication systems include LoRaWAN [1], mioty [2,3], or LTE-M [4]. The mioty standard is a promising candidate in terms of its excellent power consumption, security, range, and reliability. The goal of this semester project is to perform a comparison of prominent LPWAN wireless technologies and to implement a physical layer simulator for the emerging mioty standard. Besides analyzing its efficiency and robustness, the goal of this simulator is to explore new signal processing algorithms for mioty, which enable one to localize IoT nodes, for example.

[1] LoRa Alliance, "LoRa Alliance®," [Online]. Available: https://lora-alliance.org [Accessed: 11-Jul-2022].
[2] mioty alliance e.V., "mioty alliance," [Online]. Available: https://mioty-alliance.com [Accessed: 11-Jul-2022].
[3] Fraunhofer-Institut für Integrierte Schaltungen IIS, "mioty® – The Wireless IoT Technology," [Online]. Available: https://www.iis.fraunhofer.de/en/ff/lv/net/telemetrie.html [Accessed: 11-Jul-2022].
[4] O. Liberg, M. Sundberg, E. Wang, J. Bergman, and J. Sachs, "Cellular Internet of things: technologies, standards, and performance," Academic Press, 2017.

Status: Available

Looking for 1-2 Semester students
Contact: Reinhard Wiesmayr

Prerequisites

Basic programming skills (e.g. MATLAB)
Wireless Communications

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50% Programming (e.g. with MATLAB)
30% Literature research
20% Theory

Professor

Christoph Studer

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