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    Green Networking

    ISBN-10: 1848213786
    ISBN-13: 9781848213784
    Edition: 2012
    Author(s): Francine Krief
    Description: This book focuses on green networking which is an important topic for the scientific community composed of engineers, academics, researchers and industrials working in the networking field. Indeed reducing the environmental impact of communications  More...
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    Copyright Year: 2012
    Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
    Publication Date: 10/12/2012
    Binding: Hardcover
    Pages: 294
    Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
    Weight: 1.298
    Language: English

    This book focuses on green networking which is an important topic for the scientific community composed of engineers, academics, researchers and industrials working in the networking field. Indeed reducing the environmental impact of communications infrastructure has become essential with the ever increasing cost of energy and the need for reducing global CO2 emissions to protect our environment.

    Environmental Impact of Networking Infrastructures
    Some definitions and metrics
    State of the sites of consumption of the networks: the case of wired networks
    Academic and industrial initiatives
    Perspectives and reflections on the future
    A Step Towards Energy-Efficient Networks
    A Step Towards Energy-efficient Wired Networks
    Models of energy consumption
    Energy-saving strategies
    Transport applications and protocols
    Communications links
    The problem of energy-efficient routing
    Model of energy consumption
    Formulation of the problem
    Experimental results
    A Step Towards Green Mobile Networks
    Decreasing power: an imperative in a cellular radio network
    Definition of and need for green cellular
    Processes and protocols for green networks
    Technologies on the radio interface
    Adaptation of network activity to traffic
    Traffic aggregation based on the delay
    Store, carry and forward relaying
    Combination of MS and BTS
    Handover for optimization of the energy used
    Cooperation between base transceiver stations
    Increasing the capacity of the BAN and network core nodes
    Architecture and engineering of green networks
    Relaying and multi-hopping
    Self-organizing networks (SONs)
    Microcells and multi-EAT networks
    A step towards all-IP and flat architecture
    Reducing the number of sites by using smart antennas
    Cooperation between BTSs
    Components and structures for green networks
    Power-efficient amplifiers
    Elimination of feeders, use of fiber optics
    Solar and wind power
    Twin TEX
    Green Telecommunications Networks
    Data centers
    Wireless telecommunications networks
    Terrestrial telecommunications networks
    Low-cost and energy-efficient networks
    The role of virtualization in "green" techniques
    A Step Towards Smart Green Networks and Sustainable Terminals
    Cognitive Radio in the Service of Green Communication and Networking
    Cognitive radio: concept and standards
    Attempts at standardization
    Research projects and initiatives
    Various definitions of green in cognitive radio
    Reducing the pollution of the radio spectrum
    Reducing the exposure of individuals
    Reducing the consumption of the equipment
    Clean solutions offered by cognitive radio
    Solutions for the spectrum and health
    Actions at the level of equipment/infrastructure
    Optimizing the communication parameters
    Avenues for research and visions for the future
    Use case: "Smart buildings"
    Autonomic Green Networks
    Autonomic networks
    Importance of self-configuring for green networks
    Self-optimizing for green networks
    Protection of the executive support
    Protection of the energy source
    Protection of communications
    Application to wireless sensor networks
    Application to smart grids
    Reconfigurable Green Terminals: a Step Towards Sustainable Electronics
    Sustainable electronics?
    Environmental impact of electronic products during their lifecycle
    Lifecycle of electronic products
    Microelectronic manufacture
    Usage of electronic products
    Electronic waste products
    Reduce, reuse, recycle and reconfigure
    Reduce, reuse, recycle
    Reconfiguring with the help of FPGAs
    Examples of reconfigurable terminals
    Research Projects on Green Networking Conducted By Industrial Actors
    Schemes for Putting Base Stations in Sleep Mode in Mobile Networks: Presentation and Evaluation
    Putting macro base transceiver stations in sleep mode
    Structure of the base transceiver station
    Model of energy consumption of the BTS
    Principle of putting BTSs in sleep mode
    Illustration of sleep mode. Case of multisystem 2G/3G networks
    Implementation of sleep mode
    Sleep mode in small-cell heterogeneous networks
    Energy efficiency of small cells
    Putting small cells in sleep mode
    Conclusion and considerations on implementation
    Industrial Application of Green Networking: Smarter Cities
    Smart cities and green networking
    Techniques involved
    Low-consumption communication protocols
    Assistance in the deployment of sensor networks
    Low-consumption processor treatments
    System integration of heterogeneous sensors
    List of Authors

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