Intelligent Communication Network For Smart Cities Part 1 By Noor M. Sheikh, Noor

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Knowledge Forum | http://www.noor.org.sa | Day 3 - Panel 4 - Intelligent Communication Network For Smart Cities Part 1 By Noor M. Sheikh, Noor

Intelligent Communication Network for Smart Cities Noor M. Sheikh Dean EE UET Lahore, Pakistan

No physical barrier for work. Remote and smart interaction among people Home appliances are connected to the network and can be controlled remotely A handy mobile provides voice, video and data connectivity. Objectives

No physical barrier for work. Remote and smart interaction among people

Home appliances are connected to the network and can be controlled remotely

A handy mobile provides voice, video and data connectivity.

 

Network-Community in a Smart Cities http://www.ofta.gov.hk/en/speech-presentation/dg990920.pdf

Information on demand news/weather financial news transportation real estate entertainment secretarial services email/voice mail alert On the move

Information on demand

news/weather

financial news

transportation

real estate

entertainment

secretarial services

email/voice mail alert

Home Network http://www.ofta.gov.hk/en/speech-presentation/dg990920.pdf

Possible Components of Modern Communication Intelligent Comm. Network would achieve intelligence through intelligent transmitter and receiver terminals The Tx/Rx would estimate the channel and optimize for best Eb/No Error performance would be enhanced trough channel coding Error detection would need lesser redundancy but erroneous message has to be repeated. Forward Error Correction requires larger number of parity bits and the faulty bits are located

Intelligent Comm. Network would achieve intelligence through intelligent transmitter and receiver terminals

The Tx/Rx would estimate the channel and optimize for best Eb/No Error performance would be enhanced trough channel coding

Error detection would need lesser redundancy but erroneous message has to be repeated.

Forward Error Correction requires larger number of parity bits and the faulty bits are located

Possible Components of Modern Communication (cont’d) Free Space Optical Link could be used for indoor applications Hybrid of Free Space Optics and Microwave Link could optimize throughput OFDM and MIMO could provide reliability through diversity and improved throughput.

Free Space Optical Link could be used for indoor applications

Hybrid of Free Space Optics and Microwave Link could optimize throughput

OFDM and MIMO could provide reliability through diversity and improved throughput.

Possible Components of Modern Communication (cont’d) Trade off between Signal to noise Ratio, Bandwidth and Bit Error Rate is required for optimum communication Variants of DSL Technology provides efficient use of existing copper network Fiber to home would gradually replace presently dominant Fiber to Curb.

Trade off between Signal to noise Ratio, Bandwidth and Bit Error Rate is required for optimum communication

Variants of DSL Technology provides efficient use of existing copper network

Fiber to home would gradually replace presently dominant Fiber to Curb.

Possible Components of Modern Communication (cont’d) Satellite Communication is used communication for low population density areas and broadcasting applications WIMAX is a standard for non line of sight mobile broadband end is complementing WiFi hot spots.

Satellite Communication is used communication for low population density areas and broadcasting applications

WIMAX is a standard for non line of sight mobile broadband end is complementing WiFi hot spots.

http://www.telecommagazine.com/article.asp?HH_ID=AR_2081

http://blog.motiwala.com/category/ideas

Fiber-Optic Communication Fiber-optic communication is a method of transmitting information from one place to another by sending light through an optical fiber. The light forms an electromagnetic carrier wave that is modulated to carry information. First developed in the 1970s, fiber-optic communication systems have revolutionized the telecommunications industry and played a major role in the advent of the Information Age. Because of its advantages over electrical transmission, the use of optical fiber has largely replaced copper wire communications in core networks in the developed world.

Fiber-optic communication is a method of transmitting information from one place to another by sending light through an optical fiber. The light forms an electromagnetic carrier wave that is modulated to carry information.

First developed in the 1970s, fiber-optic communication systems have revolutionized the telecommunications industry and played a major role in the advent of the Information Age. Because of its advantages over electrical transmission, the use of optical fiber has largely replaced copper wire communications in core networks in the developed world.

Fiber-Optic Communication (Cont’d) http://www.pmc-sierra.com/ftth-pon/ftth_overview.html

Conclusions : Intelligent Communication Network is an essential ingredient for a Smart City. Broadband Internet Connectivity is required for implementation of a Smart City. Judicious blending of wired and wireless options is required to achieve an optimum throughput economically. A Fiber backbone with a wireless led mile option turns out to be an optimum solution.

Intelligent Communication Network is an essential ingredient for a Smart City.

Broadband Internet Connectivity is required for implementation of a Smart City.

Judicious blending of wired and wireless options is required to achieve an optimum throughput economically.

A Fiber backbone with a wireless led mile option turns out to be an optimum solution.

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