Radio-on-Demand Wireless LAN
Radio-on-demand wireless LAN (WLAN) defines a WLAN where each node (a power-hungry WLAN module) wakes up to communicate under a request, that is, each node is equipped with a low-power wake-up radio (WuR), which receives a wake-up message and activates its co-located WLAN module on demand.
Radio-on-demand WLAN realizes the wake-up control of a WLAN module. This function becomes urgent because nowadays WLAN modules are widely embedded into mobile devices (such as smartphones) driven by batteries with limited capacity.
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