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Intelligent Computing Techniques for Communication Systems

Submission Deadline: 27 September 2021 (closed)


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• 5G,6G and Wireless Sensor Networks
• Intelligent Computing Techniques
• Internet of things in communication systems
• IoT in Wireless communications and networks
• QoS provisioning in wireless networks
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    RSS-Based Indoor Localization System with Single Base Station

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