Development of scheduling process for the M2M communications system in smart cites

Abbas, R.Al-Sherbaz, A.Bennecer, A. and Picton, P. (2016) 
Development of scheduling process for the M2M communications system in smart cites

School of Science and Technology Annual Research Conference, 
Newton Building, 
The University of Northampton, 
02 March 2016.


Abstract
A machine-to-machine communication system (M2M) denotes the communications technologies between devices which work autonomously without the interaction of humans during the operation phase. M2M systems have a wide range of applications especially in smart cities and the Internet of Things (IoT). The research project employs the Weightless-SIG M2M technology in wide range ultra-narrow band frequency. The research focuses on the scheduling process and data collision problem caused by using random frequency hopping technique in Weightless technology.



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