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    • M2M-enabled public safety services for mobile ad hoc networks 

      Ahmed Surobhi, Nusrat (University of Sydney Faculty of Engineering & IT School of Electrical & Information Engineering, 2014-01-10)
      The perpetual rise in the number of emergencies around the globe has indicated a requirement for ubiquitous public safety services. Unfortunately, traditional public safety networks, being dependent on land mobile radio ...
    • Multiple Access for Massive Machine Type Communications 

      Abbas, Rana (University of Sydney Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies School of Electrical and Information Engineering, 2018-04-13)
      The internet we have known thus far has been an internet of people, as it has connected people with one another. However, these connections are forecasted to occupy only a minuscule of future communications. The internet ...