Her primary areas of study are Computer network, Throughput, Base station, Wireless and Cognitive radio. Her Computer network study incorporates themes from Energy consumption, Wireless lan, Spread spectrum and Physical layer. Sofie Pollin combines subjects such as Communication channel, Network packet and Telecommunications link with her study of Throughput.
Her studies deal with areas such as Wireless network, Real-time computing, Node and Simulation as well as Base station. Sofie Pollin has included themes like Vehicle networks and Modulation in her Wireless study. Her Cognitive radio research incorporates elements of Radio spectrum, ISM band, Distributed computing and Software-defined radio.
Her main research concerns Computer network, Wireless, Electronic engineering, Real-time computing and Communication channel. The study incorporates disciplines such as Energy consumption, Efficient energy use and Throughput in addition to Computer network. Her work carried out in the field of Wireless brings together such families of science as Wireless sensor network, Embedded system and Reliability.
Her Electronic engineering study combines topics in areas such as Transmitter and Telecommunications, Transmission. Sofie Pollin interconnects Scheduling and Base station in the investigation of issues within Real-time computing. Her study looks at the relationship between Base station and topics such as Telecommunications link, which overlap with Cellular network.
Wireless, Real-time computing, MIMO, Electronic engineering and Computer network are her primary areas of study. Her Wireless research includes themes of Wireless sensor network, Anomaly detection, Signal, Modulation and Efficient energy use. Her Real-time computing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cellular network, Software deployment, Throughput and Base station.
Her studies in Base station integrate themes in fields like Telecommunications network, Wireless network and Telecommunications link. Her MIMO research integrates issues from Network topology, Channel state information and Antenna. Her Computer network research focuses on subjects like Radio spectrum, which are linked to Host, Cognitive radio and Crowdsourcing.
Sofie Pollin mainly investigates Wireless, Real-time computing, Base station, Electronic engineering and Distributed computing. Sofie Pollin combines subjects such as Duplexer, Efficient energy use, Communication channel, Duplex and Doppler radar with her study of Wireless. The concepts of her Real-time computing study are interwoven with issues in Cellular network, Link budget and Antenna.
Her Base station study combines topics in areas such as Telecommunications network, Wireless network, Telecommunications link and Radiation pattern. Her study with Telecommunications link involves better knowledge in Computer network. The Distributed computing study combines topics in areas such as Spread spectrum, MIMO, Knowledge engineering, Testbed and Key.
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Performance Analysis of Slotted Carrier Sense IEEE 802.15.4 Medium Access Layer
S. Pollin;M. Ergen;S. Ergen;B. Bougard.
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications (2008)
Deep Learning Models for Wireless Signal Classification With Distributed Low-Cost Spectrum Sensors
Sreeraj Rajendran;Wannes Meert;Domenico Giustiniano;Vincent Lenders.
IEEE Transactions on Cognitive Communications and Networking (2018)
Ultra Reliable UAV Communication Using Altitude and Cooperation Diversity
Mohammad Mahdi Azari;Fernando Rosas;Kwang-Cheng Chen;Sofie Pollin.
IEEE Transactions on Communications (2018)
LTE in the sky: trading off propagation benefits with interference costs for aerial nodes
Bertold Van Der Bergh;Alessandro Chiumento;Sofie Pollin.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2016)
A Distributed Multichannel MAC Protocol for Multihop Cognitive Radio Networks
M. Timmers;S. Pollin;A. Dejonghe;L. Van der Perre.
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology (2010)
Range and coexistence analysis of long range unlicensed communication
Brecht Reynders;Wannes Meert;Sofie Pollin.
international conference on telecommunications (2016)
Chirp spread spectrum as a modulation technique for long range communication
Brecht Reynders;Sofie Pollin.
symposium on communications and vehicular technology in the benelux (2016)
Harmful Coexistence Between 802.15.4 and 802.11: A Measurement-based Study
S. Pollin;I. Tan;B. Hodge;C. Chun.
international conference on cognitive radio oriented wireless networks and communications (2008)
Improving Reliability and Scalability of LoRaWANs Through Lightweight Scheduling
Brecht Reynders;Qing Wang;Pere Tuset-Peiro;Xavier Vilajosana.
IEEE Internet of Things Journal (2018)
Coexistence of Terrestrial and Aerial Users in Cellular Networks
Mohammad Mahdi Azari;Fernando Rosas;Alessandro Chiumento;Sofie Pollin.
global communications conference (2017)
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