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Machine-to-machine (M2M) Communications by Mischa Dohler, Carles Anton-Haro

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Traffic models for machine-to-machine (M2M) communications

types and applications

M. Laner1; N. Nikaein2; P. Svoboda1; M. Popovic3; D. Drajic4; S. Krco4    1 Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria2 EURECOM, Biot, France3 Telekom a.d., Belgrade, Serbia4 Ericsson d.o.o., Belgrade, Serbia

Abstract

Machine-to-machine (M2M) or machine-type communication (MTC) is expected to have a significant traffic share in future wireless networks. It exhibits considerably different traffic patterns than human-type communication and, thus, requires new traffic models and simulation scenarios. Such models should (i) accurately capture the behavior of a single MTC device and (ii) enable the concurrent simulation of massive numbers of devices (e.g., ...

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