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Steve Taranovich

Q&A With Professor Cristian Borcea, New Jersey Institute of Technology

Steve Taranovich
etnapowers
etnapowers
11/14/2014 5:45:43 AM
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Re: DSA
@DaeJ: That's a interesting point, I guess it's technically possible to sense the data demand of a network and to adapt to this situation in a dynamic mode. Alternatively the network could be available to a wider network during the phase of low data request. 

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JamesBryant
JamesBryant
11/7/2014 2:15:41 AM
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Re: RFID in IoT

It is very insecure for a vehicle recognition system to ignore an oncoming vehicle because it has failed a security check! I was talking about systems which need to know what is present in their immediate environment. I agree that it is annoying for such a system to meet a smart mouse which spoofs it to believe that it's an elephant (or, even worse, vice versa) but that is what smart recognition systems are about - they're designed to minimise mistakes, whether accidentally or deliberately induced.

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uchiha
uchiha
11/6/2014 11:33:04 PM
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Re: RFID in IoT
@jamesbryant: Well seems like a very good technology to use for this but how secure is it ? 

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DaeJ
DaeJ
11/6/2014 11:26:32 AM
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Re: DSA
DSA might use for the monitor of network usage and traffic in the mobile device. Sometime, network usage might be highest during the daytime, compared with night time. DSA analysis might provide the clue to change the behavior of network.

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JamesBryant
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10/30/2014 9:14:57 AM
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Re: RFID in IoT
Smart recognition systems should make RFID redundant in many cases - if you just need to know that what is here is a car (or maybe even what sort of car) or a widget you don't need the car or widget to report itself. Of course if it is critical for to know whichcar or widget you can see, RFID is probably a sensible belt and braces approach - the RFID should match what the licence-plate says.

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etnapowers
etnapowers
10/20/2014 5:25:46 AM
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DSA
The Dynamic Spectrum allocation is a very interesting practice to optimize the networking through a knowledge of the Network topology. Like all of the dynamic techniques it is a fast responsive and adaptive solution that can enhance the overall communication effectiveness.

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fasmicro
fasmicro
10/19/2014 11:21:03 AM
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RFID in IoT
>> However, I don't expect to see every single object in the environment having an RFID tag (as described in some RFID vision papers)

This is a very good insight. I also believe that RFID will not be that pervasive in this domain. There are products and components that wil evolve to compete with RFID. A good example is the Electric Imp which works to help connect devices to the web and networks.

 

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