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Discrete Wavelet Packet Transform-Based Industrial Digital Wireless Communication Systems

Abstract : The industrial internet of things (IIoT) known as industry 4.0, is the use of internet of things technologies, via the Wireless Sensor Network (WSN), to enhance manufacturing and industrial processes. It incorporates machine learning and big data technologies, to allow machine-to-machine communication that have existed for years in the industrial world. Therefore, it is necessary to propose a robust and functional communication architecture that is based on WSNs, inside factories, in order to show the great interest in the connectivity of things in the industrial environment. In such environment, propagation differs from other conventional indoor mediums, in its large dimensions, and the nature of objects and obstacles inside. Thus, the industrial medium is modeled as a fading channel affected by an impulsive and Gaussian noise. The objective of this paper is to improve robustness and performances of multi-user WSN architecture, based on Discrete Wavelet Transform, under an industrial environment using conventional channel coding and an optimal thresholding receiver.
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Safa Saadaoui, Mohamed Tabaa, Fabrice Monteiro, Mouhamad Chehaitly, Abbas Dandache. Discrete Wavelet Packet Transform-Based Industrial Digital Wireless Communication Systems. Information, MDPI, 2019, 10 (3), pp.104. ⟨10.3390/info10030104⟩. ⟨hal-03293397⟩



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