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Room-Area Networks

Peter Iannucci, Ravi Netravali, Ameesh Goyal, Hari Balakrishnan
HotNets 2015: Fourteenth ACM Workshop on Hot Topics in Networks, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 2015

This paper makes the case for “Room-Area Networks” (RAN), a new category that falls between personal area networks and local area networks. In a RAN, a set of nodes can hear each other only if they are in the same room, broadly construed as being within earshot. We define a RAN abstraction, and we present example applications ranging from social contact management to building automation to gaming where this abstraction will help. The requirements of a RAN are poorly served by current technologies such as Bluetooth, near-field communication (NFC), Wi-Fi, and infrared. Acoustic channels, on the other hand, are well-suited in principle for effective propagation within human earshot and sharp attenuation at room boundaries. We provide a portable reference implementation of an 802.11a-like physical layer for the acoustic medium that works on current mobile devices, with successful communication even in noisy environments at distances over 8 meters.

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Bibtex Entry:

@inproceedings{iannucci2015room-area,
   author =       "Peter Iannucci and Ravi Netravali and Ameesh Goyal and Hari Balakrishnan",
   title =        "{Room-Area Networks}",
   booktitle =    {HotNets 2015: Fourteenth ACM Workshop on Hot Topics in Networks},
   year =         {2015},
   month =        {November},
   address =      {Philadelphia,  Pennsylvania}
}