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Best Readings in Nanoscale Communication Networks

“Richard Feynman presciently stated in his 1959 talk that ‘There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom.’ I believe that within this vast room at the bottom there will be a requirement for communication. Think of entire networks, or at least network nodes, that are the size of today’s ‘bits.’”* Nanoscale communication networks are more precisely distinguished from today’s macroscale communication systems by the IEEE 1906.1 standard as communication systems having essential elements with at least one dimension on the order of hundreds of nanometers and that utilize a unique physical principal of operation.

* S.F. Bush, Nanoscale Communication Networks, 2010, Artech House, MA, p. xiii.

Issued March 2015

Editors:

Akram Alomainy
Stephen F. Bush
Yifan Chen
Dilip Krishnaswamy
Mohammad Upal Mahfuz
Amitava Mukherjee
Tadashi Nakano
Janet Paluh
Tomonobu Sato
Tuna Tugcu

Contributors:

Silvia Bruzzone
Ritesh Tapkire Cachar
Berk Canberk
Chan-Byoung Chae
Soumallya Chatterjee
Jose Cibelli
Sushovan Das
Andrew Eckford
Mauro Femminella
Satoshi Hiyama
Biresh Kumar Joardar
Jian-Qin Liu
Jeanne Loring
William Lytton
Dimitrios Makrakis
Qusai Obeidat
David Odde
David Pellman
Giussepe Piro
Anna Puig-Centelles
Ali Emre  Pusane
Ahmad Kamal  Ramli
Giulio  Ruffini
Dimitris Samara
Joel  Sandé
Josep Sole-Pareta
Farzin Piltan Aureli Soria-Frisch
Tatsuya Suda
Manuel Thery
Claudio Vicarelli
H. Birkan Yilmaz