iSCISM: Interference Sensing and Coexistence in the ISM Band
High Frequency Electronics
By Joe Baylon, Ethan Elenberg, and Samantha Massengill The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art
A multitude of commercial devices transmit in the unlicensed 2.4 GHz ISM band, and these devices are likely to interfere with each other. These effects are compounded in highly populated metropolitan areas with large numbers of microwave ovens, Bluetooth devices, cordless phones, wireless game controllers, and other devices which occupy the ISM band. This contributes to an ever increasing need for effective interference mitigation schemes in Wi-Fi networks.
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