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 Title: Internet of Things (IoT) in 5G Wireless Communications Authors: Waleed Ejaz;Alagan Anpalagan;Muhammad Ali Imran;Minho Jo;Muhammad Naeem;Saad Bin Qaisar;Wei Wang subject: Science & Technology Year: 2016 Publisher: IEEE Abstract: During the past decade, the Internet of Things (IoT) has revolutionized the ubiquitous computing with multitude of applications built around various types of sensors. A vast amount of activity is seen in IoT based product-lines and this activity is expected to grow in years to come with projections as high as billions of devices with on average 6-7 devices per person by year 2020. With most of the issues at device and protocol levels solved during the past decade, there is now a growing trend in integration of sensors and sensor based systems with cyber physical systems and device-to-device (D2D) communications. $5^{\mathrm {th}}$ generation wireless systems (5G) are on the horizon and IoT is taking the center stage as devices are expected to form a major portion of this 5G network paradigm. IoT technologies such as machine to machine communication complemented with intelligent data analytics are expected to drastically change landscape of various industries. The emergence of cloud computing and its extension to fog paradigm with proliferation of intelligent ‘smart’ devices is expected to lead further innovation in IoT. These developments excite us and form a motivation to survey existing work, design new techniques, and identify new applications of IoT. Researchers, scientists, and engineers face emerging challenges in designing IoT based systems that can efficiently be integrated with the 5G wireless communications. Description: URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/143313http://localhost/handle/Hannan/615150 ISSN: 2169-3536 volume: 4 Appears in Collections: 2016

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 Title: Internet of Things (IoT) in 5G Wireless Communications Authors: Waleed Ejaz;Alagan Anpalagan;Muhammad Ali Imran;Minho Jo;Muhammad Naeem;Saad Bin Qaisar;Wei Wang subject: Science & Technology Year: 2016 Publisher: IEEE Abstract: During the past decade, the Internet of Things (IoT) has revolutionized the ubiquitous computing with multitude of applications built around various types of sensors. A vast amount of activity is seen in IoT based product-lines and this activity is expected to grow in years to come with projections as high as billions of devices with on average 6-7 devices per person by year 2020. With most of the issues at device and protocol levels solved during the past decade, there is now a growing trend in integration of sensors and sensor based systems with cyber physical systems and device-to-device (D2D) communications. $5^{\mathrm {th}}$ generation wireless systems (5G) are on the horizon and IoT is taking the center stage as devices are expected to form a major portion of this 5G network paradigm. IoT technologies such as machine to machine communication complemented with intelligent data analytics are expected to drastically change landscape of various industries. The emergence of cloud computing and its extension to fog paradigm with proliferation of intelligent ‘smart’ devices is expected to lead further innovation in IoT. These developments excite us and form a motivation to survey existing work, design new techniques, and identify new applications of IoT. Researchers, scientists, and engineers face emerging challenges in designing IoT based systems that can efficiently be integrated with the 5G wireless communications. Description: URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/143313http://localhost/handle/Hannan/615150 ISSN: 2169-3536 volume: 4 Appears in Collections: 2016
 Title: Internet of Things (IoT) in 5G Wireless Communications Authors: Waleed Ejaz;Alagan Anpalagan;Muhammad Ali Imran;Minho Jo;Muhammad Naeem;Saad Bin Qaisar;Wei Wang subject: Science & Technology Year: 2016 Publisher: IEEE Abstract: During the past decade, the Internet of Things (IoT) has revolutionized the ubiquitous computing with multitude of applications built around various types of sensors. A vast amount of activity is seen in IoT based product-lines and this activity is expected to grow in years to come with projections as high as billions of devices with on average 6-7 devices per person by year 2020. With most of the issues at device and protocol levels solved during the past decade, there is now a growing trend in integration of sensors and sensor based systems with cyber physical systems and device-to-device (D2D) communications. $5^{\mathrm {th}}$ generation wireless systems (5G) are on the horizon and IoT is taking the center stage as devices are expected to form a major portion of this 5G network paradigm. IoT technologies such as machine to machine communication complemented with intelligent data analytics are expected to drastically change landscape of various industries. The emergence of cloud computing and its extension to fog paradigm with proliferation of intelligent ‘smart’ devices is expected to lead further innovation in IoT. These developments excite us and form a motivation to survey existing work, design new techniques, and identify new applications of IoT. Researchers, scientists, and engineers face emerging challenges in designing IoT based systems that can efficiently be integrated with the 5G wireless communications. Description: URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/143313http://localhost/handle/Hannan/615150 ISSN: 2169-3536 volume: 4 Appears in Collections: 2016