Wireless Networks Lab (WNL) is a ‘Megagrant’ lab established in 2017 around the project on Cloudified Wireless Networks for 5G and beyond, led by Prof. Ian F. Akyildiz. The project aims to design a novel cloud architecture for wireless networks based on software-defined networking and network function virtualization concepts and essential management tools which allow satisfying the requirements for 5G and beyond.
Our areas of interest include
- Dynamic reconfiguration of the cloudified networks, which allow significantly reducing telecom operator CAPEX and OPEX while providing high quality of experience for the end users.
- Traffic classification in wireless networks.
- Resource allocation for heterogeneous traffic in multi-RRH environment
- Cooperation and coexistence for the technologies working in licensed and unlicensed spectrum (including LTE-U, LAA, Wi-Fi coexistence)
- Centralized algorithms for managing multihop mmWave networks, including fast link setup and beamforming algorithms, routing algorithms, and resources scheduling algorithms.
- Ultra-reliable low latency communications
- Massive Machine-Type Communications
- Visible light and Terahertz Communications
- Paper on optimized Cloud VR traffic service accepted for IEEE ACCESS (February 22, 2021) - The paper “Adaptive Cloud-Based Extended Reality: Modeling and Optimization” by Mikhail Liubogoshchev, Kamila Ragimova, Andrey Lyakhov, Siyu Tang, and Evgeny Khorov has been accepted for publication in IEEE Access. A link to the paper will be available soon.
- [Seminar] February 16, 2021 – Artem Krasilov – URLLC Enhancements in the Latest 3GPP Releases (February 9, 2021) - We are happy to invite you to the next talk of Moscow Telecommunication Seminar which will be held at 6.30 PM (MSK, UTC+03:00), on Tuesday, February 16, 2021, in Zoom. Title: URLLC Enhancements in the Latest 3GPP Releases. Speaker: Artem Krasilov, IITP RAS, NRU HSE.
- [SEMINAR] February 9, 2021 – Evgeny Khorov – Future Wi-Fi at a Glance (February 3, 2021) - We are happy to invite you to the next talk of Moscow Telecommunication Seminar which will be held at 6.30 PM (MSK, UTC+03:00), on Tuesday, February 9, 2021, in Zoom. Title: Future Wi-Fi at a Glance.
- [SEMINAR] February 2, 2021 – Vyacheslav Loginov – The coexistence of Wi-Fi and cellular networks in unlicensed bands (February 1, 2021) - We invite you to the next talk of Moscow Telecommunication Seminar which will be held at 6.30 PM, on Tuesday, February 2, 2021, in Zoom. The seminar is dedicated to the coexistence of Wi-Fi and cellular networks in unlicensed bands. Title: Collision Resolution Method for LTE-LAA/NR-U Base Stations Coexisting with Wi-Fi Networks in an Unlicensed Frequency Band
- WNL publishes energy-saving strategies for Wi-Fi in IEEE Access (December 27, 2020) - The article “On the Joint Usage of Target Wake Time and 802.11ba Wake-Up Radio” by Andrey Lyakhov, Evgeny Khorov, Dmitry Bankov, and Ekaterina Stepanova has been published the IEEE Access journal. The work reviews the new IEEE 802.11ba standard amendment to the Wi-Fi technology. The amendment will allow battery-powered devices to exchange data, spending a minimum of energy.
- WNL to make the WIRELESS Iot super fast (August 5, 2020) - WNL paper "Super Fast Link Set-up in Wi-Fi HaLow Networks" written by WNL members Dmitry Bankov and Evgeny Khorov in collaboration with Prof. Katarzyna Kosek-Szott and Marcin Trebunia (AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland) has been accepted for publication in IEEE Communication Letters. This research continues a series of WNL research into the network solutions for IoT and considers the problem of fast authentication and the association of big numbers of devices in Wi-Fi HaLow networks.
- NOMA with Constellation Rotation Demo presented at INFOCOM 2020 (July 27, 2020) - The paper “Prototyping NOMA Constellation Rotation in Wi-Fi” by Evgeny Khorov, Aleksey Kureev, Ilya Levitsky, and Ian F. Akyildiz is published in the IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications (INFOCOM) 2020, a top-ranked conference on networking in the research community.