Special Issue "Research Challenges in Intelligent Technologies for Wireless Networks"

Submission Deadline: 30 April 2022 (closed)
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Guest Editors
Prof. Kannadhasan Suriyan, Cheran College of Engineering, India.
Prof. R. Nagarajan, Gnanamani College of Technology India.
Prof. Yuzo Iano, UNICAMP, Brazil.
Dr. Alagar Karthick, K.P.R. Institute of Engineering and Technology, India.
Dr. R. Dhaya, King Khalid University, KSA.
Dr. Gabriel Gomes de Oliveira, UNICAMP, Brazil.
Dr. Kanagaraj Venusamy, University of Technology and Applied Sciences, Sultanate of Oman.


The goal of the research challenges in intelligent Technologies for Wireless Networks is to serve as a catalyst for researchers to publish their findings in the form of research papers, articles, case studies, and reviews in the domains of communication, computer science, and technology. As a result of the distribution, industries and professional organizations will be able to accept and use the information in order to create new knowledge and enterprise. The publication will also serve to raise awareness about the need of being research-oriented. In this field, the journal examines challenges for both vertical and horizontal applications. Wireless Technologies: Concepts, Techniques, Tools, and Applications is a three-volume collection of the most recent research, case studies, theories, and methodologies in wireless technologies. Wireless operations enable services that would be hard or prohibitive to execute with cables, such as long-range communication. Fixed, mobile, and portable two-way radios, cellular telephones, personal digital assistants (PDAs), and wireless networks are all part of this ever-expanding area. This reference book is useful for both academics and practitioners, since it is simply indexed and classified for study and use. Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing offers a venue for exchanging research and ideas in this fast-moving subject among academics and the telecommunications and networking businesses. In the household, commercial, and industrial sectors, wireless technologies and devices for monitoring and regulating heating systems are beginning to find uses. Wireless technology, although generally more costly than its hard-wired counterparts, has major advantages in retrofit applications, since the amount of interruption during installation of wireless systems may be substantially lower than that of hard-wired systems. Wireless technology for controlling home, commercial, and industrial thermal energy storage and heating systems is now available Only the expense of these devices, as compared to their hard-wired equivalents, hinders a wider adoption of this technology throughout the industry. Future innovations that allow for more information sharing between the numerous thermostats, allowing an intelligent system controller to operate the whole thermal energy storage and heating system more effectively, would be useful. Such controls might give far more control over the whole system, as well as a clear financial advantage in terms of decreased energy expenses for the properties where they are placed, making it a compelling proposition for many end-users.

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2. Electrical Engineering
3. Electronics Engineering
4. Mechanical Engineering
5. Telecommunication Engineering
6. Software Engineering
7. Information Technology
8. Medical Engineering
9. Data Intelligent Engineering
10. Professional and Management Engineering