Wireless Engineering and Technology

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ISSN / EISSN : 21522294 / 21522308
Current Publisher: Scientific Research Publishing, Inc. (10.4236)
Total articles ≅ 160
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Jean-Marie Floc’H
Wireless Engineering and Technology, Volume 10, pp 19-33; doi:10.4236/wet.2019.102002

Bitrus Joseph
Wireless Engineering and Technology, Volume 10, pp 41-54; doi:10.4236/wet.2019.103004

Abstract:
Electronic commerce which denotes the process of electronic transaction via internet has led to a very significant improvement in the level of growth, development, efficiency and productivity of global economies. In order to benefit from the economic opportunities offered by electronic commerce, Nigerian government and business organizations needs to effectively integrate Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) as the major component of e-commerce campaign initiatives. The discussion in the paper is centered on e-commerce and ICTs and their resultant effect on Nigeria’s economic growth and development. This paper has presented an in-depth discussion of the various types of e-commerce, the major contributions of e-commerce to the economic growth of Nigeria and finally the challenges that impede the growth of e-commerce in Nigeria were identified and the possible recommendations for solutions to those challenges were provided.
Siamack Ghadimi
Wireless Engineering and Technology, Volume 10, pp 34-40; doi:10.4236/wet.2019.102003

Abstract:
This paper presents a novel method for polarized antenna transmission utilizing a differential technique. The method uses a linear cross-polarized antenna, for example, a vertical and horizontal polarized antenna, improving performance and power efficiency of wireless communications. Hence a linear relationship between the capacity of the systems and the number of cross-polarized antennas exists. The result shows the fact that this method enhances the SNR comparing to other systems. This solution is simple, compact and does not require any bandwidth expansion.
Ivan Šećerov, Dragan Dolinaj, Dragoslav Pavić, Dragan Milošević, Stevan Savić, Srđan Popov, Žarko Živanov
Wireless Engineering and Technology, Volume 10, pp 1-18; doi:10.4236/wet.2019.101001

Anthony M. Mile, George Okeyo, Ann Kibe
Wireless Engineering and Technology, Volume 9, pp 34-48; doi:10.4236/wet.2018.92004

Manish Bhardwaj, Anil Ahlawat
Wireless Engineering and Technology, Volume 9, pp 1-9; doi:10.4236/wet.2018.91001

Waleed Aldosari, Mohamed Zohdy
Wireless Engineering and Technology, Volume 9, pp 20-33; doi:10.4236/wet.2018.92003

Haythem AlHumud, Mohammed Zohdy
Wireless Engineering and Technology, Volume 9, pp 11-19; doi:10.4236/wet.2018.92002

Abstract:
An extensive area implementation of fully observed greenhouses motivates on research, especially in remote greenhouses. However, implementation of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) is still needed for investigation. Cognitive radio sensor networks (CRSNs) took advantage of using the cognitive radio (CR) concept to which allowed wireless sensor networks to dynamically access into white space channels which is unused channels. In this paper, we adopted the Generalized Implicit-OR as CRSN sensing protocol to reduce the energy consumption and increase the network lifetime in multiple numbers of greenhouses. Our results showed that enhanced energy consumption and improved network lifetime compared to ordinary WSN.
Abdulaziz Alshammari, Mohamed A. Zohdy, Debatosh Debnath, George Corser
Wireless Engineering and Technology, Volume 9, pp 79-94; doi:10.4236/wet.2018.94007

Samuel Okegbile, Adeniran Oluwaranti, Segun Aina
Wireless Engineering and Technology, Volume 9, pp 49-65; doi:10.4236/wet.2018.93005

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