His main research concerns Computer network, Wireless sensor network, Wireless, The Internet and 6LoWPAN. His Computer network research integrates issues from Key distribution in wireless sensor networks and Communication channel. His research integrates issues of Protocol stack, Real-time computing, Duty cycle and Fading in his study of Wireless sensor network.
His biological study deals with issues like Mesh networking, which deal with fields such as Porting, Embedded system and Debugging. His research in Wireless intersects with topics in Routing, Scalability, Hierarchical routing and Multipath routing. The various areas that Thomas Watteyne examines in his 6LoWPAN study include Telecommunications, Internet layer and Internet access.
Thomas Watteyne focuses on Computer network, Wireless, Wireless sensor network, Wireless network and Network packet. His Computer network research incorporates elements of IPv6, Distributed computing and Communication channel. His work on WirelessHART as part of general Wireless study is frequently linked to Benchmarking, bridging the gap between disciplines.
In his work, Software deployment is strongly intertwined with Real-time computing, which is a subfield of Wireless sensor network. His Network packet research incorporates themes from Emulation and Robustness. His The Internet research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Protocol stack, Lossy compression, Telecommunications, Access control and Standardization.
His primary areas of investigation include Protocol stack, Computer network, Wireless, Physical layer and Frequency-hopping spread spectrum. His Protocol stack study incorporates themes from Standardization, WirelessHART, The Internet and Chip. His work focuses on many connections between WirelessHART and other disciplines, such as Information technology, that overlap with his field of interest in Telecommunications.
His Computer network study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as 6LoWPAN and IPv6. His Wireless research includes elements of Port, Field-programmable gate array, Computer hardware and Network packet. Thomas Watteyne focuses mostly in the field of Physical layer, narrowing it down to matters related to Firmware and, in some cases, Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing, Testbed, Electronic engineering, No free lunch in search and optimization and Latency.
His primary scientific interests are in Protocol stack, Wireless, Physical layer, Computer network and IPv6. His Protocol stack research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Testbed, WirelessHART, Electronic engineering, No free lunch in search and optimization and Firmware. His work deals with themes such as Port, Field-programmable gate array, Computer hardware and Network packet, which intersect with Wireless.
Thomas Watteyne has included themes like Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing, Quality of service, Radio Link Protocol and Frequency-hopping spread spectrum in his Physical layer study. His study ties his expertise on Suite together with the subject of Computer network. His studies in IPv6 integrate themes in fields like Wireless network, Key and Software deployment.
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Understanding the Limits of LoRaWAN
Ferran Adelantado;Xavier Vilajosana;Pere Tuset-Peiro;Borja Martinez.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2017)
Standardized Protocol Stack for the Internet of (Important) Things
Maria Rita Palattella;Nicola Accettura;Xavier Vilajosana;Thomas Watteyne.
IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials (2013)
MAC Essentials for Wireless Sensor Networks
Abdelmalik Bachir;Mischa Dohler;Thomas Watteyne;Kin K Leung.
IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials (2010)
Orchestra: Robust Mesh Networks Through Autonomously Scheduled TSCH
Simon Duquennoy;Beshr Al Nahas;Olaf Landsiedel;Thomas Watteyne.
international conference on embedded networked sensor systems (2015)
OpenWSN: a standards‐based low‐power wireless development environment
Thomas Watteyne;Thomas Watteyne;Xavier Vilajosana;Xavier Vilajosana;Branko Kerkez;Fabien Chraim.
transactions on emerging telecommunications technologies (2012)
FIT IoT-LAB: A large scale open experimental IoT testbed
Cedric Adjih;Emmanuel Baccelli;Eric Fleury;Gaetan Harter.
the internet of things (2015)
Routing Requirements for Urban Low-Power and Lossy Networks
Mischa Dohler;Dominique Barthel;Thomas Watteyne;Tim Winter.
6TiSCH: deterministic IP-enabled industrial internet (of things)
Diego Dujovne;Thomas Watteyne;Xavier Vilajosana;Pascal Thubert.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2014)
Reliability through frequency diversity: why channel hopping makes sense
Thomas Watteyne;Ankur Mehta;Kris Pister.
performance evaluation of wireless ad hoc, sensor, and ubiquitous networks (2009)
From MANET To IETF ROLL Standardization: A Paradigm Shift in WSN Routing Protocols
T. Watteyne;A. Molinaro;M. G. Richichi;M. Dohler.
IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials (2011)
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