Device Aware Networks
Center for the Study of Mobile Devices and Communications
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The goal of a device-aware network is to match the capability of the end-devices to the information delivered, thereby optimizing the network resource usage. In the battlefield, all resources – including time, network bandwidth and battery capacity – are very limited. A device-aware network avoids the waste that happens in current, device-ignorant networks. By eliminating unusable traffic, a device-aware network reduces the time the end-devices spend receiving extraneous information, and thus saves time and conserves battery-life.
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