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September 28-30, 2020
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Monday, September 28 • 11:25am - 11:35am
Lightning Talk: Goodbye Aloha...Hello Future Cities - Jonathan Gael, M2M Bell

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The main problem in LTE networks for massive IoT traffic, is not in the transmission however, it is in the network access and priority traffic abilities in the 5G random access channel (RACH). Future cities can expect over 100K nodes within the range of a master 5G cell, where if a measly 1% request to transmit at the exact same time we will have the same type of network problems that the broader Internet is widely known for, including security and performance as functions of packet efficiency. Therefore, we present DQ switching as a method to eliminate the latency and jitter that is caused by the type of networks that send payload data packets over and over, following packet collisions in the air with random backoffs. The 1960's Aloha method in use today is fine when things are slow, but its best-case theoretical performance is ~50%. Conversely, DQ automatically shift from random access to a Dual Queue reservation system which runs in the background of payload data, resolving packet collisions, and serving a theoretically infinite node count with ~100% efficiency.  Finally, DQ is universal, designed for simultaneous synchronous and asynchronous packet flows on a single channel (and saving half the power per bit transferred versus any IEEE 802.x.x).

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Jonathan Gael

Founder, M2M Bell
Gael is the visionary who took DQ switching from fundamental research to an open development framework so that any scientific organization would have the ability to move forward with applied research. Not only did the subsequent relationships result in the fully drawn DQ specification... Read More →



Monday September 28, 2020 11:25am - 11:35am EDT
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