Nanotechnology for wireless and telecommunications

Need to a research paper that cover the topics in this outline. 8 pages with out the cover page.


I. Nanotechnology in information

1. What is nanotechnology

2. Breakthrough areas

3. Developments

4. Semiconductors 

II. Nano-antennas, Nano-transceivers, and Nano-networks / Communications

1. Introduction to nanoscale communication

2. Nanomaterial- and metamaterial-based nano-antennas and nano-antenna arrays

3. Plasmonic and nanophotonic nano-transceiver design for THz communications

a. Characterization of materials and human tissues at THz frequencies

b. Numerical and computational modelling techniques for THz electromagnetics

c. Ultra-massive MIMO THz communications systems

III. Nanoscale communication network scheme and energy model for a human hand scenario

1. Nano Receivers vs. Bluetooth

2. USB vs. Nano Receivers 

3. Wireless Technology

4. EM based Nano communication

a. Hybrid Molecular/EM communication

5. Molecular Nano communications

IV. Telecommunication

1. Novel applications of nano-sensor networks

2. Nanosensors

3. Fiber Optics

4. Use of Nanotubes

V. Nanotechnology in 5G Wireless Communication Network

1. 5G wireless communication system

a. Nanotechnology for 5G

b. Comparison between 5G and 4G

2. Cloud Computing

a. All IP Network

b. Energy efficiency in nanoscale communication networks and Nano-computing paradigms


4. More Speed, Less Energy

a. Power and Thermal Management

b. More Memory

c. Experiments, implementation, and testbeds for nanoscale communication networks

5. NOKIA Datoos (DNA-based tattoos)

6. Challenges

VI. Nanotechnology-Enabled Wireless Devices

1. Tuneable Radio Components

2. High Frequency Electronics

3. Wireless technology

a. Internet of Things (IoT) Technology

b. Mobile and wireless devices

c. Wireless Sensors

4. Body area network

5. Recent Developments and FUTURE POSSIBILITIES

VII. Future nanotechnology areas

1. Nanomaterials with novel optical, electrical, and magnetic properties

2. Faster and smaller non-silicon-based chipsets, memory, and processors

3. Faster and smaller telecom switches, including optical switches

4. Higher-speed transmission phenomena based on plasmonic and other quantum-level phenomena

VIII. Conclusion