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Several CONNECT papers accepted for IEEE Globecom

Several papers from CONNECT researchers have been accepted for IEEE Globecom in Singapore in December. Take a look at the titles and authors:

Transmit Antenna Selection for Physical-Layer Network Coding Based on Euclidean Distance’
Vaibhav Kumar, Barry Cardiff, Mark F. Flanagan
School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University College Dublin.

‘Transmission Through Single and Multiple Layers of Plant Leaves at THz Frequencies’
Armita Afsharinejad (UCD), Alan Davy (WIT), Paul O’Leary (WIT), Conor Brennan (DCU).

‘Updating Strategies in the Internet of Things by Taking Advantage of Correlated Sources’
Jernej Hribar, Maice Costa, Nick Kaminski, and Luiz A. DaSilva.
Trinity College Dublin.

‘Delay Analysis for Wireless D2D Caching with Inter-cluster Cooperation’
Ramy Amer, M. Majid Butt, Mehdi Bennis and Nicola Marchetti
Trinity College Dublin.

‘Coverage Analysis for Low-Altitude UAV Networks in Urban Environments’
Boris Galkin, Jacek Kibilda and Luiz A. DaSilva
Trinity College Dublin.

‘Spectrum Monitoring for Radar Bands using Deep Convolutional Neural Networks’
Ahmed Selim, Francisco Paisana, Jerome A. Arokkiam, Yi Zhang, Linda Doyle, Luiz A. DaSilva
Trinity College Dublin.

‘Coverage and Spectral Efficiency of Indoor mmWave Networks with Ceiling-Mounted Access Points’
Fadhil Firyaguna, Jacek Kibilda, Carlo Galiotto and Nicola Marchetti
Trinity College Dublin.

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