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ICRA
1998
IEEE
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8 years 11 months ago
Antenna Pointing for High Bandwidth Communications from Mobile Robots
This paper discusses the challenge of achieving high bandwidth, distant range wireless communication from mobile robots by way of antenna tracking. In the case of robots traversin...
Deepak Bapna, Eric Rollins, Alex Foessel, William ...
PIMRC
2015
IEEE
3 years 3 months ago
Obstacle avoidance cell discovery using mm-waves directive antennas in 5G networks
—With the advent of next-generation mobile devices, wireless networks must be upgraded to fill the gap between huge user data demands and scarce channel capacity. Mm-waves techn...
Antonio Capone, Ilario Filippini, Vincenzo Scianca...
ROBOCOMM
2007
IEEE
9 years 1 months ago
Minimal energy path planning for wireless robots
—For the first time, the problem of optimizing energy for communication and motion is investigated. We consider a single mobile robot with continuous high bandwidth wireless com...
Chia-Ching Ooi, Christian Schindelhauer
BROADCOM
2008
IEEE
9 years 1 months ago
Versatile, Stationary/Mobile Low-Cost Telecommunication System
We describe a low-cost, versatile microstrip antenna to be used for terrestrial to satellite fixed and mobile point to point links at Ku-band. The Ku band has recently attracted a...
Dan Busuioc, Safieddin Safavi-Naeini
ROBOCUP
2005
Springer
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9 years 22 days ago
Mobile Robot Communication Without the Drawbacks of Wireless Networking
Abstract. The default solution for mobile robot communication is RFnetworking, typically based on one of the IEEE 802.11 standards also known as WLAN technology. Radio communicatio...
Andreas Birk 0002, Cosmin Condea
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