In this paper, the authors design a simple, low-cost, and low-power wake-up receiver which can be used for an IEEE 802.11 - compliant device to remotely wake up the other devices by utilizing its own Wireless LAN (WLAN) signals. A typical usage scenario of such a wake-up receiver is energy ...Download Now
Recent investigations show that Access Points (APs) of Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) are idle during much of the time, and, (ii) an AP in its idle state without forwarding any packets still consumes a large percentage of power. Therefore, it is necessary to put idle APs into sleep so ...Download Now
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