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Title: Trends in consumer communications (Series Editorial)
Author(s): Kolberg, Mario
Begen, Ali C
Merabti, Madjid
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Issue Date: Dec-2014
Date Deposited: 6-Nov-2015
Citation: Kolberg M, Begen AC & Merabti M (2014) Trends in consumer communications (Series Editorial). IEEE Communications Magazine, 52 (12), p. 142.
Abstract: The last 15 years have heralded many developments and advances in consumer communications, from early developments of device-specific challenges in interoperability and configuration that are well captured by the concept of plug and play to a more recent emphasis on mobility and service personalization. The one constant technical challenge, and to a great extent a business success, is home networking in its many forms. There is not a modern home without some variant of a set-top box. The three articles in this issue provide a good overview of current and topical requirements in consumer communications.
DOI Link: 10.1109/MCOM.2014.6979965
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