Biography

My name is Michael Rademacher, I’m a researcher and lecturer in the field of computer networks and security. I am currently working for UAS Bonn-Rhein-Sieg and Fraunhofer FKIE.

I have spend a lot of time investigating (wireless) network protocols and security for my PhD. I have presented my research at major conferences on the topics of Secure (Wireless) Communication, Software Defined Networking and Wireless Sensor Networks. I gladly pass on knowledge about everything technology related.

Interests

  • Computer Networks
  • IT-Security
  • Internet of Things

Education

  • Dr.-Ing., Wireless Communication, 2019

    TU Kaiserslautern

  • M.Sc. in Computer Science, 2014

    Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg

  • B.Eng. in Industrial Engineering, 2011

    Fachhochschule Südwestfalen

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Publications

Evaluation and Optimization of IEEE802.11 multi-hop Backhaul Networks with Directional Antennas

A major problem for rural areas is the inaccessibility to affordable broadband Internet connections. In these areas distances are …

Analyzing power consumption of TLS ciphers on an ESP32

More and more devices will be connected to the internet [3]. Many devicesare part of the so-called Internet of Things (IoT) which …

Sicherheitsanalyse von Bluetooth Low Energy Geraeten in der Heimautomatisierung

Verschiedene intelligente Heimautomatisierungsgeräte wie Lampen, Schlösser und Thermostate verbreiten sich rasant im privaten Umfeld. …

Quantifying Interference in WiLD Networks using Topography Data and Realistic Antenna Patterns

Avoiding possible interference is a key aspect to maximize the performance in Wi-Fi based Long Distance networks. In this paper we …

Path Loss Models for Low-Power Wide-Area Networks : Experimental Results using LoRa

Software-Defined Wireless Mesh Networking: Current Status and Challenges

The combination of Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and Wireless Mesh Network (WMN) is challenging due to the different natures of …

Real-World Performance of current Mesh Protocols in a small-scale Dual-Radio Multi-Link Environment

Two key questions motivated the work in this paper: What is the impact of different usage schemes for multiple channels in a dual-radio …

Interference of simulated IEEE 802.11 links with directional antennas

WiFi-based Long Distance (WiLD) networks have emerged as a promising alternative approach for Internet in rural areas. The main …

Security Mechanisms of wireless Building Automation Systems

This paper describes the security mechanisms of several wireless building automation technologies, namely ZigBee, EnOcean, ZWave, KNX, …

Experiments with OpenFlow and IEEE802.11 Point-to-Point Links in a WMN

Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Wireless Mesh Networks (WMNs) evolved to be sophisticated technologies used in a variety of …

Experimental Results For the Propagation of Outdoor IEEE802.11 Links

WiFi-based Long Distance (WiLD) networks have emerged as a promising alternative technology approach for providing Internet in rural …

A Token-Based MAC For Long-Distance IEEE802.11 Point-To-Point Links

WiFi-based Long Distance (WiLD) networks have emerged as a promising alternative approach for Internet in rural areas. However, theMAC …

An Empirical Evaluation of the Received Signal Strength Indicator for fixed outdoor 802.11 links

For the evaluation of the received signal strength indication (RSSI) a different methodology compared to previous publications is …

Performance estimation and optimization of the IEEE802.11 MAC layer for long distance point-to-point links

Rural areas often lack affordable broadband Internet connectivity, mainly due to the CAPEX and especially OPEX of traditional operator …

Towards Centralized Spectrum Allocation Optimization for Multi-Channel Wireless Backhauls

With the growing potential of wireless backhaul technologies for outdoor environments and rising interest in unlicensed bands for …

Exploiting IEEE802.11n MIMO Technology for Cost-Effective Broadband Back-Hauling

The lack of affordable broadband Internet connectivity in rural areas, especially in emerging regions, is seen as a major barrier for …

Link Calibration in QoS-Aware Wireless Back-Haul Networks for Rural Areas

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Link calibration and property estimation in self-managed wireless back-haul networks