GSCC Universal Modem: Unifying Communications

Mustafa, H D and Merchant, S N and Desai, U B and Baveja, B M (2017) GSCC Universal Modem: Unifying Communications. In: Green Symbiotic Cloud Communications. Springer, Singapore, pp. 63-79. ISBN 978-981-10-3511-1

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Unification of varied signal transmission through a cloud structure of communications is one of the major postulates of the GSCC paradigm. Unification yields new possibilities in architecture evolution wherein a single access point can manage communication demands of multiple standards. In this chapter, the authors propose a novel access point (modem design), which allows for one modem to control all types of Communication Mediums (LTE, 3G, Wi-Fi, etc.) effectively delineating a universal communication modem (UCM). Three innovative modules are proposed, which when amalgamated together, result in UCM. Firstly, when different types of signals are sent and received on different mediums, the receiver needs intelligent channel estimation for coupling and decoupling these signals. An intelligent blind channel estimation scheme is proposed for achieving this. Secondly, the received signals of different or the same mediums need to be classified and routed to the appropriate devices. To accomplish, this we propose a novel Optimized Coulomb Energy Neural Network (OCENN) for classification of incoming signals. Finally, an innovative Internet Protocol (IP) based addressing schematic is proposed, which allows bidirectional communications.

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