Manuscript Due

Dec. 1, 2018 (closed)


The Internet of Things (IoT) provides continuous connectivity for various physical objects (e.g., sensors, mobile phones, vehicles, RFID tags, other electronic embedded devices, etc.) as well as humans by allowing them to communicate and exchange data. IoT encompass a massive number of low-cost and low-power devices that must transmit a diverse set of messages observed from their environment in a reliable and available way to deliver a plethora of smart applications. Moreover, one of the critical missions of IoT is envisioned to enable real-time control and automation of dynamic processes in various fields (e.g., industrial process automation and manufacturing, energy distribution, intelligent transport systems, etc.). This mission requires communications with very high reliability and availability, as well as very low end-to-end latency at the millisecond level.

Topics of interest include:
  • Interference mitigation and management techniques for URALL 5G/B5G-enabled IoT
  • QoS (Quality of Service) / QoE (Quality of Experience) in 5G/B5G-enabled IoT
  • Waveforms, coding, MIMO techniques and multiple access techniques for URALL IoT
  • Resource allocation and management schemes for URALL 5G/B5G-enabled IoT
  • Mobile edge computing with focus on URALL communications
  • Energy efficiency in URALL 5G/B5G-enabled IoT
  • Performance analysis for URALL communications in 5G/B5G-enabled IoT
  • D2D communications for supporting URALL IoT
  • Cooperative schemes for URALL 5G/B5G-enabled IoT
  • Cross-layer design techniques in URALL 5G/B5G-enabled IoT
  • Data reliability, privacy and security with URALL requirements for 5G/B5G-enabled IoT
  • Network infrastructure, backhaul & core network issues for URALL 5G/B5G-enabled IoT
  • Vehicle to vehicle (V2V) communications for URALL 5G-enabled IoT
  • Energy harvesting, storage, and recycling for URALL 5G/B5G-enabled IoT
  • Other emerging techniques for URALL 5G/B5G-enabled IoT

Lead Guest Editor

  • Chunguo Li, Southeast University,┬áChina

Guest Editors

  • Yunfei Chen, University of Warwick, UK
  • Zheng Chang, University of Jyvaskyla, Finland
  • Nan Zhao, Dalian University of Technology, China
  • Junhui Zhao, East China Jiaotong University, China
EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking