List of publications

Journal papers (peer-reviewed)

  1. Faycal Bouhafs, Michael Mackay, Alessandro Raschella, Qi Shi, Frank den Hartog, Jose Saldana, Jose Ruiz, Julian Fernandez-Navajas, Ruben Munilla, Jose Almodovar, Niels van Adrichem, Wi-5: A programming architecture for unlicensed frequency bands, accepted for publication in IEEE Commun. Mag. (2018). 
  2. Frank den Hartog, Jan de Nijs, The role of regulation in preventing Wi-Fi over-congestion in densely populated areas, Australian Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy, Volume 5, Number 2 (2017). 
  3. Antonio Madureira, Frank den Hartog, Nico Baken, A holonic framework to understand and apply information processes in evolutionary economics: survey and proposal, Netnomics, 17 (2016) 157-190.
  4. Antonio Madureira, Frank den Hartog, Harry Bouwman, Nico Baken, Empirical validation of Metcalfe's law: How Internet usage patterns have changed over time, Information Economics and Policy 25, 4 (December 2013) pp. 246-256.
  5. Archi Delphinanto, Ton Koonen, Frank den Hartog, Real-Time Probing of Available Bandwidth in Home Networks, IEEE Commun. Mag. 49, 6 (June 2011) 134-140.
  6. Geerten van de Kaa, Frank den Hartog, Henk J. de Vries, Mapping Standards for Home Networking, Computer Standards & Interfaces, 31 (2009) 1175.
  7. B. Huiszoon, F.T.H. den Hartog, M. Garcıa Larrode, and A.M.J. Koonen, Layer 2 and 3 contention resolution and radio-over-fibre in OCDMA PON for transparent optical access in Personal Networks, IEEE/OSA Journal of Lightwave Technology, 26 (2008) 1752.
  8. F.T.H. den Hartog, J.R. Schmidt, A. de Vries, On the potential of Personal Networks for hospitals, International Journal of Medical Informatics, 75 (2006) 658.
  9. E.R. Fledderus, O.D. Rietkerk, F.T.H. den Hartog, I.G.M.M. Niemegeers, and S.M. Heemstra de Groot, Towards Viable Personal Networks and FedNets – a value web perspective, Wireless Personal Communications 39 (2006) 103.
  10. Bas Hendrix, Frank den Hartog, Harrie van der Vlag, Nico Baken, In-home video distribution for telecom operators, Tijdschrift van het NERG 70, 3 (2005) 77, as well as The Journal of the Communications Network (July-September 2005) 56.
  11. F.T.H. den Hartog, J.R. Schmidt, A. de Vries, Personal Networks enabling Remote Assistance for Medical Emergency Team, The Journal on Information Technology in Healthcare 2005; 3(6) 377.
  12. F.T.H. den Hartog, M. Balm, C.M. de Jong, J.J.B. Kwaaitaal, Convergence of Residential Gateway Technology, IEEE Commun. Mag. 42, 5 (May 2004) 138.
  13. R. Hekmat, F.T.H. den Hartog, E.F.M. van Boven, N.H.G. Baken, A four-tiered hierarchy in a converged fixed-mobile architecture enabling personal networks, The Journal of The Communications Network (July-September 2004) 98.
  14. F.T.H. den Hartog, C. van Papendrecht, R.J. Silbey, S. Völker, Spectral diffusion induced by energy transfer in doped organic glasses: delay-time dependence of spectral holes, J. Chem. Phys. 110, 2, (1999) 1010.
  15. F.T.H. den Hartog, C. van Papendrecht, U. Störkel, S. Völker, Protein dynamics in photosystem II complexes of green plants studied by time-resolved hole-burning, J. Phys. Chem. B 103, 8 (1999) 1375.
  16. U. Störkel, T.M.H. Creemers, F.T.H. den Hartog, S. Völker, Glass versus protein dynamics at low temperature studied by time-resolved spectral hole-burning,  J. Lumin. 76 & 77 (1998) 327.
  17. F.T.H. den Hartog, F. Vacha, A.J. Lock, J. Barber, J.P. Dekker, S. Völker, Comparison of the excited-state dynamics of five- and six chlorophyll photosystem II reaction center complexes, J. Phys. Chem. B 102 (1998) 9174.
  18. F.T.H. den Hartog, M.P. Bakker, R.S. Silbey, S. Völker, Long-time spectral diffusion induced by short-time energy transfer in doped glasses: concentration-wavelength and temperature dependence of spectral holes, Chem. Phys. Lett. 297 (1998) 314.
  19. F.T.H. den Hartog, J.P. Dekker, R. van Grondelle, S. Völker, Spectral distributions of "trap" pigments in the RC, CP47 and CP47-RC complexes of photosystem II of low temperature: a fluorescence line-narrowing and hole-burning study, J. Phys. Chem. B 102 (1998) 11007.
  20. F.T.H. den Hartog, M.P. Bakker, J.M.A. Koedijk, T.M.H. Creemers, S. Volker , Spectral diffusion induced by energy transfer and high-pressure effects in doped organic glasses: A hole-burning study, J. Lumin. 66&67 (1996) 1.
  21. M.L. Groot, J.P. Dekker, R. van Grondelle, F.T.H. den Hartog, and S. Volker, Energy transfer and trapping in isolated Photosystem II reaction centers of green plants at low temperature. A study by spectral hole burning, J. Phys. Chem. 100 (1996) 11489.
  22. J.M.A. Koedijk, T.M.H. Creemers, F.T.H. den Hartog, M.P. Bakker, S. Volker, The effect of pressure, time and concentration in hole-burning studies, J. Lumin. 64 (1995) 55.
  23. W.W. Stoffels, E. Stoffels, F.T.H. den Hartog, G.M.W. Kroesen, F.J. de Hoog; RF Plasma as an H--source, Acta Physica Universitatis Comenianae, XXXIV (1993) 69.

Conference proceedings (peer-reviewed)

  1. Frank den Hartog, Koen Dittrich, Jan de Nijs, Towards a viable business model for collaborative use of unlicensed frequency bands in densely populated areas, Proc. of the International Telecommunication Networks and Applications Conference (ITNAC 2018), Sydney. 
  2. Frank den Hartog, Pia Kempker, Bert Boltjes, Alessandro Raschella, Faycal Bouhafs, Mirghiasaldin Seyedebrahimi, A Pathway to solving the Wi-Fi Tragedy of the Commons in apartment blocks, Proc. of the International Telecommunication Networks and Applications Conference (ITNAC 2017), Melbourne.
  3. Laura Daniele, Monika Solanki, Frank den Hartog, Jasper Roes, Interoperability of smart appliances in the IoT world, Proc. of the 15th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2016), Kobe.
  4. Laura Daniele, Frank den Hartog, Jasper Roes, How toe keep a reference ontology relevant to the industry: a case study from the smart home, Proc. of the 12th OWL Experiences and Directions workshop (OWLED 2015), Bethlehem (US).
  5. Laura Daniele, Frank den Hartog, Jasper Roes, Created in close interaction with the industry: the Smart Appliances REFerence (SAREF) ontology, Proc. of the 7th Workshop on Formal Ontologies meet Industry (FOMI 2015), Berlin.
  6. Frank den Hartog, Laura Daniele, Jasper Roes,Toward semantic interoperability of energy using and producing appliances in residential environments, Proc. of the 12th Annual IEEE Conference on Consumer Communication & Networking Conference (CCNC 2015), Las Vegas. 
  7. Frank den Hartog, Pieter Nooren, Archi Delphinanto, Erik Fledderus, On managed services lanes and their use in home networks, Proc. of ACM UbiComp'13, Zurich.
  8. Frank den Hartog, Martin Tijmes, Eelco Cramer, Arjen Noorbergen, Enabling new e-health business models by converging IP-based and non-IP-based home networks, Proc. of the 10th Annual IEEE Conference on Consumer Communication & Networking Conference (CCNC 2013), Las Vegas.
  9. Claudio Casetti, Yan Grunenberger, Frank Den Hartog, Anukool Lakhina, Henrik Lundgren, et al., Network Monitoring Architecture based on Home Gateways. Proc. of Future Network & Mobile Summit 2013, Lisbon.
  10. Erik German Diaz Castellanos, Archi Delphinanto, Frank den Hartog, Performance analysis of home network topology discovery protocols, Proc. of the 9th Annual IEEE Conference on Consumer Communication & Networking Conference (CCNC 2012), Las Vegas.
  11. A. Delphinanto, T. Koonen, and F. den Hartog, End-to-End Available Bandwidth Probing in Heterogeneous IP Home Networks, Proc. of the 8th Annual IEEE Conference on Consumer Communication & Networking Conference (CCNC 2011), Las Vegas.
  12. Yue Lu, Fernando Kuipers, Frank den Hartog, Piet Van Mieghem, Blocking Probability in a Caching Hierarchy, Proc. of the 8th Annual IEEE Conference on Consumer Commuication & Networking Conference (CCNC 2011), Las Vegas.
  13. A. Delphinanto, T. Koonen, S. Zhang, and F. den Hartog, Real-Time Probing of End-to-End Capacity and Available Bandwidth in Heterogeneous Local Networks, Proc. of the 8th Annual IEEE Conference and Consumer Communication & Networking Conference (CCNC 2011), Las Vegas.
  14. Archi Delphinanto, Ton Koonen, Shuang Zhang, Frank den Hartog, Path Capacity Estimation in Heterogeneous, Best-effort, Small-scale IP Networks, Proc. of the 35th IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN 2010), Denver.
  15. António Madureira, Frank den Hartog, Eduardo Silva, Nico Baken, Model for Trans-sector Digital Interoperability, Proc. of The international conference on Interoperability for Enterprise Software and Applications (IESA 2010), Coventry.
  16. Hans Stokking, Frank den Hartog, Fabian Walraven, Scalable addressing method when using IMS as a service bus infrastructure, Proc. of ICIN 2009, Bordeaux.
  17. Rieks Joosten, Frank den Hartog, Franklin Selgert, Architecture of a Personal Network service layer, Proc. of the 1st International Workshop on Interconnecting Ubiquitous Islands using Mobile and Next Generation Networks (Ubi-Islands 2009), Berlin.
  18. V. Klos, H. Stokking, M.O. van Deventer, F.T.H. den Hartog, Mobile Touch: NFC-like interaction with yesterday’s phones, Proc. of the 6th Annual IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference (CCNC 2009), Las Vegas.
  19. B.A.G. Hillen, I. Passchier, B.H.A. van Schoonhoven, F.T.H. den Hartog, Remote management of non-TR-069 UPnP end-user devices in a private network, Proc. of the 6th Annual IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference (CCNC 2009), Las Vegas.
  20. A. Delphinanto, B.A.G. Hillen, I. Passchier, B.H.A. van Schoonhoven, F.T.H. den Hartog, Remote discovery and management of end-user devices in heterogeneous private networks, Proc. of the 6th Annual IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference (CCNC 2009), Las Vegas.
  21. N. Chevrollier, I. Passchier, F.T.H. den Hartog, M. de Jonge, Towards sustainable mobility by introducing personal networks in intelligent transportation systems, Proc. of the 7th European Congress and Exhibition on Intelligent Transport Systems and Services (ITS 2008), Geneva.
  22. B.A.G. Hillen, I. Passchier, E.F. Matthijssen, F. Selgert, F.T.H. den Hartog, Remote management of mobile devices with Broadband Forum’s TR-069, Proc. of the 13th International Telecommunications Network Strategy and Planning Symposium (NETWORKS 2008), Budapest.
  23. A. Delphinanto, A.M.J. Koonen, F.T.H. den Hartog, Improving Quality of Experience by adding Device Resource Reservation to Service Discovery Protocols, Proc. of 2008 IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC 2008), Beijing.
  24. A. Delphinanto, A.M.J. Koonen, M.E. Peeters, F.T.H. den Hartog, Proxying UPnP service discovery and access to a non-IP Bluetooth network on a mobile phone, Proc. of 14th IEEE Symposium on Communications and Vehicular Technology in the Benelux (SCVT 2007), Delft.
  25. F.T.H. den Hartog et al, First Experiences with Personal Network as an enabling platform for service providers, Proc. of 2nd International Workshop on Personalized Networks (PerNets 2007), Philadelphia.
  26. A. Delphinanto, J.J. Lukkien, A.M.J. Koonen, A.J.P.S. Madureira, I.G.M.M. Niemegeers, F.T.H. den Hartog, F. Selgert, Architecture of a bi-directional Bluetooth-UPnP proxy, in Proc. of the 4th Annual IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference (CCNC 2007), Las Vegas.
  27. Geerten van de Kaa, Frank den Hartog, Henk J. de Vries, Mapping standards for home networking, Proc. of the European Academy of Standardisation Workshop (EURAS 2007), Thessaloniki.
  28. F.T.H. den Hartog and M.E. Peeters, A concrete example of a Personal Network architecture, Proc. of the 3rd IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conferenc (CCNC 2006), Las Vegas.
  29. Rachid Ait Yaiz, Franklin Selgert, Frank den Hartog, On the definition and relevance of context-awareness in Personal Networks, Proc. of the 1st International Workshop on Personalized Networks (PerNets 2006), San Jose.
  30. A. Balemans, A. De Smedt, F.T.H. den Hartog, J. Önnegren, Concurrent Remote Management of CPE by Multiple Service Providers, in Proc. of BroadBand Europe (BBE 2006), Geneva.
  31. F.T.H. den Hartog, M. Balm, C.M. de Jong, J.J.B. Kwaaitaal, Convergence of Residential Gateway Technology: Analysis of Evolutionary Paths, in Proc. IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference 2004 (CCNC 2004), Las Vegas.
  32. F.T.H. den Hartog, N.H.G. Baken, D.V. Keyson, J.J.B. Kwaaitaal, W.A.M. Snijders, Tackling the complexity of Residential Gateways in an unbundling value chain, (2004), in Proc. International Symposium on Services and Local Access 2004 (ISSLS 2004), Edinburgh.
  33. F.T.H. den Hartog, B.L.G. Bastiaans, M.A. Blom, M.G.M Pluijmaekers, R.D. van der Mei, The use of Residential Gateways in Content Delivery Networking, in Proc. of the Australian Telecommunication Networks and Applications Conference (ATNAC 2004), Sydney.
  34. F.T.H. den Hartog, P. van Wijk, How do users experience home network based services? A case study, in Proc. of the Net-atHome conference (2002), Cannes.
  35. F.T.H. den Hartog, S. Völker, Protein dynamics in photosystem II complexes of green plants studied by time-resolved hole-burning, Abstracts of the ESF workshop on the structure and dynamics of the PSII reaction centre (1997), Terschelling.  
  36. F.T.H. den Hartog, Energy transfer and trapping in isolated Photosystem II reaction centers of green plants at low temperature, 5th International Meeting on Hole Burning and Related Spectroscopies (HBRS 1996), Brainerd.
  37. F.T.H. den Hartog, S. Völker, Energy transfer in doped organic glasses: concentration-wavelength and temperature dependence of spectral holes, Abstracts of Eurolights II - Light on Organized Molecular Systems (1995), Hengelhoef. 

Books and book chapters

    1. Mu Mu, Hans Stokking, Frank den Hartog, Network Delay and Bandwidth Estimation for Cross-Device Synchronized Media, In: Montagud M., Cesar P., Boronat F., Jansen J. (eds) "MediaSync". Springer, Cham (2018), pp. 649-676.
    2. Nico Baken, Freek Bomhof, Erik Fledderus, Frank den Hartog, Annemieke de Korte, Jan Wester, The art of smart living, published by TNO (2009).
    3. F.T.H. den Hartog, J.R. Schmidt, A. de Vries, Personal Networks enabling remote assistance for medical emergency teams, in: "Studies in Health Technology and Informatics 114: Medical and Care Compunetics 2", ISBN 1-58603-520-7, IOS Press (2005), pp. 221.
    4. F.T.H. den Hartog, Domotica: toegevoegde behoefte die frustraties wegneemt, in: “Realive, welcome home. Intelligent wooncomfort met domotica”, ISBN 90-14-07204-X, Samson (2002), pp. 54-56.
    5. T.M.H. Creemers, F.T.H. den Hartog, U. Störkel, S. Völker, Low-temperature protein dynamics in purple bacteria and green plants studied by time-resolved hole-burning,  in: "Photosynthesis: Mechanisms and Effects”, ISBN 0-7923-5547-4, Kluwer Acad. Publishers (1998), Vol. I, p. 445.
    6. Frank den Hartog, Spectral diffusion and energy transfer in doped organic glasses and photosynthetic PS II reaction center complexes. A low-temperature study by time-resolved spectral hole-burning. Ph.D thesis, Leiden University, 1998.

    Patents and patent applications

    1. Pieter-Jan Meulenhoff, Frank den Hartog, Distributed gateway, WO2016128339 (2016). Pending.
    2. Menno Bangma, Hans Stokking, Frank den Hartog, Improved QoS in data stream delivery, WO2016016215 (2016). Pending
    3. Shuang Zhang, Frank den Hartog, Miodrag Djurica, WAN control failover broker for VHGW, WO2016034575 (2016). Pending
    4. Jose Almodovar Chico, Miodrag Djurica, Frank den Hartog, Improved vertical handover, WO2015162088 (2015). Pending.
    5. Hans Stokking, Frank den Hartog, Reliable network probing session, WO2015110620 (2015). Granted.
    6. Hans Stokking, Frank den Hartog, Probing a network, using pairs of probe packets in which the first packets are typically smaller than the second, WO2015091022 (2015). Granted. 
    7. Hans Stokking, Frank den Hartog, Manuel Herrera van der Nood, Probe routing in a network, includes bypassing the routing rules at the redirecting node, WO2015011278 (2015). Pending.
    8. Hans Stokking, Frank den Hartog, Manuel Herrera van der Nood, Probe routing in a network, includes changing of the routing rules at the redirecting node, WO2015011273 (2015). Granted.
    9. Vlado Menkovski, Frank den Hartog, Antonio Liotta, Monitoring network use of resources, WO2015011220 (2015). Granted.
    10. Hans Stokking, Frank den Hartog, Probing a network, comprising a first probe packet (L1) and a second probe packet (L2), and wherein L1 > L2. WO2014095927 (2014). Pending.
    11. Rob Smets, Frank den Hartog, Installation of plastic or polymer optical fibre for use in a network, EP2743747 (2014). Granted.
    12. Hans Stokking, Frank den Hartog, Ben Hillen, Manuel Herrera van der Nood, Rob Smets, Routing data in a network, WO2014079999 (2014). Pending.
    13. Hans Stokking, Frank den Hartog, Manuel Herrera van der Nood, Ben Hillen, Harm Mulder, Improved server communication, WO2013087786 and EP2792128 (2013). Pending.
    14. Hans Stokking, Frank den Hartog, Manuel Herrera van der Nood, Ben Hillen, Harm Mulder, Improved node in a network, WO2013087779 and EP2792127 (2013). Pending.
    15. Hans Stokking, Frank den Hartog, Manuel Herrera van der Nood, Ben Hillen, Harm Mulder, Methods and systems for enabling NAT traversal, includes a network node communicatively connected to a terminal in a local network, WO2013087761 and EP2792132 (2013). Pending.
    16. Hans Stokking, Frank den Hartog, Manuel Herrera van der Nood, Ben Hillen, Harm Mulder, Methods and systems for enabling NAT traversal, includes a terminal in a local network comprising a NAT, WO2013087756 and EP2792131 (2013). Pending.
    17. Hans Stokking, Frank den Hartog, Manuel Herrera van der Nood, Ben Hillen, Harm Mulder, Methods and systems for enabling NAT traversal, includes a server providing NAT-related information, WO2013087747 and EP2792130 (2013). Pending.
    18. Hans Stokking, Eelco Cramer, Frank den Hartog, Method, device, system, and network architecture for handling a service request, WO2012085220 and EP2656585 (2012). Granted.
    19. Frank den Hartog, Archi Delphinanto, Floris Nicolai, Network transmission capacity measurement, WO/2011/008090 and EP2276202 (2011). Granted.
    20. Hans Stokking, Fabian Walraven, Yetao Zhu, Frank den Hartog, Exchanging control codes between SIP/IMS and UPnP network elements, EP08850714 (2009). Granted.
    21. Antonio Madureira, Archi Delphinanto, Frank den Hartog, Proxy-bridge for connecting different types of devices, WO/2007/14098 and EP1865687 (2007) . Granted.
    22. Rachid Ait Yaiz, Marc Peeters, Frank den Hartog, A personal network comprising a plurality of clusters, EP1874005 (2006). Withdrawn after publication.
    23. Wouter van Essenberg, Frank den Hartog, Data network for in-house use connects Personal Computers and telephone units to Public Switched Telephone Network, uses frequency filters to link high and low frequency components, NL1013994 (2001). Granted.

    Co-edited standards

    1. ETSI TS 103 264 V1.1.1: SmartM2M; Smart Appliances; Reference Ontology and oneM2MMapping (2015).
    2. HGI-RD038: HG requirements for local reading of smart meters (2015).
    3. HGI-RD012: QoS and unicast/multicast requirements on Home Network Infrastructure Devices (2015)
    4. HGI-RD026: IP-PBX Module Requirements (2014)
    5. HGI-RD010-R3: Home Gateway Requirements for Multiple Session Support (2010)
    6. HGI-RD001-R2: Home Gateway Technical Requirements: Residential Profile V1.01 (2008)
    7. HGI-RD001-R1: Home Gateway Technical Requirement : Release 1 (2006)

    Accepted technical contributions to international standard development organizations

    1. Frank den Hartog, Jan de Nijs, Miodrag Djurica, Wi-Fi In-Premises Installation and Diagnostics: improved description of “Dense Multi-operator Wi-Fi indoor deployments” use case, contribution 20260 (2017) to Broadband Forum.
    2. Frank den Hartog, Pia Kempker, Jan de Nijs, Miodrag Djurica, Wi-Fi In-Premises Installation and Diagnostics: why increasing power and adding APs does not solve congestion, and an alternative proposal, contribution 20261 (2017) to Broadband Forum.
    3. Frank den Hartog, Marcel van Sambeek, Jan de Nijs, Miodrag Djurica, Dense multi-operator Wi-Fi indoor deployments: SDO overview, contribution bbf2017.439.00 (2017) to Broadband Forum.
    4. Frank den Hartog, Home Gateway current and future Wi-Fi system level requirements, contribution HGI02728 (2016) to HGI.
    5. Shuang Zhang, Frank den Hartog, IFA014 clarification of VNFFG as compared wit NCT, contribution NFVIFA(15)000960r1 (2015) to ETSI NFV.
    6. Frank den Hartog, Realizing RWD-057 use cases with SDN, contribution HGI02641(2015) to HGI.
    7. Frank den Hartog, Wi-Fi system-level optimization, contribution HGI02594 (2015) to HGI.
    8. Frank den Hartog, Laura Daniele, Jasper Roes, EC Smart Appliances Ontology project: status update, contribution HGI02570 (2014) to HGI.
    9. Frank den Hartog, Review comments to GWD030 "KPI Evaluation Framework Guidelines", contribution HGI02473 (2014) to HGI.
    10. Frank den Hartog, Laura Daniele, Jack Verhoosel, Jasper Roes, TNO presentation on "Semantics of Smart Appliances", contribution SmartM2M(14)30_016 (2014) to ETSI Smart M2M.
    11. Frank den Hartog, Some notes on comparing Alljoyn with UPnP, contribution HGI02421 (2014) to HGI.
    12. Frank den Hartog, Luigi Mori, Otto Baijer, Omar Niamut, MGW experiments in FP7 STEER, contribution HGI02409 (2014) to HGI.
    13. Frank den Hartog, Editorial comments to RWD031, contribution HGI02420 (2014) to HGI.
    14. Frank den Hartog, Laura Daniele, Jack Verhoosel, Jasper Roes, Semantics of Smart Appliances, contribution HGI02392 (2014) to HGI.
    15. Apostolos Papageorgiou, Lindsay Frost, Miodrag Djurica, Frank den Hartog, Configuring M2M data filtering through an ACS, contribution bbf.2013.834.00 (2013) to Broadband Forum.
    16. Frank den Hartog, Franz Kröpfl, Proposed additions to RWD038, contribution HGI02210 (2013) to HGI.
    17. Frank den Hartog, History of RD001 updates, contribution HGI02211 (2013) to HGI.
    18. Frank den Hartog, Martin Tijmes, Eelco Cramer, Enabling new e-health business models by converging IP-based and non-IP-based home networks, contribution HGI02213 (2013) to HGI.
    19. Frank den Hartog, Comments to final version of HGI1600R08 Home Gateway and Home Network Diagnostics Module Requirements, contribution HGI02180 (2013) to HGI.
    20. Franz Kröpfl, Frank den Hartog, Introducing HGI2114R0 (RWD038) "HG requirements for local communication with a smart meter", contribution HGI02153 (2012) to HGI.
    21. Franz Kröpfl, Frank den Hartog, Draft - HG requirements for local communication with a smart meter, contribution HGI02114 (2012) to HGI.
    22. Frank den Hartog, Mariza Wulff, Lessons from TNO's KPI measurement results, contribution HGI02045 (2012) to HGI.
    23. Frank den Hartog, Home Gateway and Home Network Diagnostics: Device Discovery Requirements, contribution HGI02046 (2012) to HGI.
    24. Franz Kroepfl, Frank den Hartog, Project Proposal: Local Smart Data Meter Reading on the Home Gateway, contribution HGI02075 (2012) to HGI.
    25. Rob Smets, Manuel Herrera van der Nood, Harm Mulder, Frank den Hartog, Tim Carey, Nils Magnusson, Kevin Blyth, TR-069 Amendment 4 Fixes on CPE Proxier, contribution bbf.2012.429.02 (2012) to Broadband Forum.
    26. Frank den Hartog, Comments to HGI01743R06: IP-PBX module technical requirements, contribution HGI01979 (2012) to HGI.
    27. S. Defrance, R. Gendrot, J. Le Roux, Thierry Tapie, Gilles Straub, Frank den Hartog, HG Virtual File System, contribution HGI01863 (2011) to HGI.
    28. Frank den Hartog, Archi Delphinanto, KPI: UDP throughput and packet loss measurements of HomePlug, contribution HGI01865 (2011) to HGI.
    29. Manuel Herrera van der Nood, Frank den Hartog, Jinwei Xia, Ghuanghua Hou, PD-266 Functional Requirements for Broadband Business Gateway Devices: Explanation of used terms, contribution bbf.2011.1030 (2011) to Broadband Forum.
    30. Frank den Hartog, Henrik Lundgren, The FP7 FIGARO project and its projected impact on HGI, contribution HGI01812 (2011) to HGI.
    31. Adrian Thurlow, Frank den Hartog, Oliver Lamparter, Home Network KPIs Project Proposal/Description, contribution HGI01781 (2011) to HGI.
    32. Frank den Hartog, David Thorne, Christele Bouchat, Manuel Herrera van der Nood, Data model object for remote management of multiple session support functionality of CPE, contribution bbf.2011.619 (2011) to Broadband Forum.
    33. Manuel Herrera, Frank den Hartog, Configuration requests by multiple proxied devices to multiple ACSs, contribution bbf.2011.647 (2011) to Broadband Forum.
    34. Frank den Hartog, HGI reaction to the proposed changes in TR-069, TR-106, and TR-181, following from PD-147, contribution bbf.2011.548.01.ppt (2011) to Broadband Forum.
    35. Erik Diaz Castellanos, Frank den Hartog, Performance comparison of LLTD and IEEE 802.1AB, contribution HGI01678 (2011) to HGI.
    36. Frank den Hartog, CENELEC SmartHouse Roadmap: Interoperability Profiling, contribution HGI01640R01 (2010) to Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    37. Frank den Hartog, QoS and unicast/multicast requirements on Home Network Infrastructure Devices, contribution HGI01628 (2010) to Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    38. Ben Hillen, Frank den Hartog, UPnP Low Power and HGI, contribution HGI01584 (2010) to Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    39. Frank den Hartog, Proposal for advancing the HNID work further in HGI, contribution HGI01606 (2010) to Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    40. Frank den Hartog, Archi Delphinanto, A renewed plea for active home network probing, contribution HGI01452 (2010) to Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    41. Manuel Herrera, Ben Hillen, Franklin Selgert, Frank den Hartog, Configuration Management Support, contribution HGI01423 (2010) to Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    42. Frank den Hartog, SBG: Remote device management by a 3rd party IT provider, contribution HGI01332 (2009) to Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    43. Frank den Hartog, The CENELEC SmartHouse Roadmap project, contribution HGI01234 (2009) to Home Gatway Initiative (HGI).
    44. Alex De Smedt, Frank den Hartog, Multisession document – session termination issues, contribution HGI01220 (2009) to Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    45. Frank den Hartog, Scope of HGI work on TR-069/UPnP proxying, contribution HGI01167 (2009) to Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    46. Jan Onnegren, Frank den Hartog, A few comments to HGI01041R03« multiple sessions », contribution HGI01148 (2009) to Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    47. Frank den Hartog, Erik Huizer, Some thoughts on HGI use cases for IPv6, contribution HGI01127 (2009) to Home Gateway Intiativie (HGI).
    48. Franklin Selgert, Frank den Hartog, Personal network concepts: Standardization needs in Personal Networks OMA-TP-CPNS-2008-0010-INP_CPNS (2008) contribution to Open Mobile Alliance (OMA).
    49. Franklin Selgert, Frank den Hartog, On the definition and architectural needs of Personal Networks, OMA-TP-CPNS-2008-0032-INP_CPNS (2008) contribution to Open Mobile Alliance (OMA).
    50. Frank den Hartog, William Lupton, HGI V1 requirements with BBF data model implications, contribution HGI01066 (2008) to Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    51. Ben Hillen, Frank den Hartog, A proposal for realizing better co-existence of HGI QoS and UPnP QoS, HGI00926 (2008) contribution to Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    52. Frank den Hartog, Ben Hillen, Igor Passchier, Bas van Schoonhoven, Bert van Willigen, Jeffrey Kang, Tom Suters, Remote management of UPnP devices using TR-069 autoconfiguration server, HGI00863R1 (2008) contribution to Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    53. Frank den Hartog, Hans Stokking, Yetao Zhu, Fabian Walraven, IMS-DLNA Interworking: Remote Access with SIP-only devices, HGI00862 (2008) contribution to Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    54. Frank den Hartog, R2 requirements for discovery of SIP devices by the HG, HGI00770 (2007) contribution to Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    55. Frank den Hartog, Mark Peeters, Ben Hillen, Hans Stokking, Igor Passchier, Review comments R2, HGI00786 (2007) contribution to the Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    56. Frank den Hartog, Generic or device specific remote management of UPnP end devices, HGI00598 (2007) contribution to the Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    57. Frank den Hartog, End Device Management Implementation Guidelines, HGI00170 (2006) contribution to the Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    58. Frank den Hartog, Remote management of end devices in HGI, HGI00206 (2006) contribution to the Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    59. Frank den Hartog, Home Gateway Release 1 Requirements (RODM contributions), HGI00160R05 and HGI00270 (2006) contributions to the Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    60. T. Suters, F. den Hartog, RM models and definitions, HGI00232 (2006) contribution to the Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    61. Frank den Hartog, TNO Comments on HG Technical Requirements: Release 1 Version 0.3, HGI00282 (2006) contribution to the Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    62. Frank den Hartog, Remote management of end devices in HGI release 2: agenda, HGI00365 (2006) contribution to the Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    63. Frank den Hartog, Remote management of end devices in HGI release 2: List of managed devices, HGI00399 (2006) contribution to the Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    64. Ben Hillen, Frank den Hartog, Remote management of end devices in HGI release 2: QoS Policy Management v1, HGI00400 (2006) contribution to the Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    65. F. den Hartog, Remote management of use cases 11 and 13, HGI00064 (2005) contribution to the Home Gateway Initiative (HGI).
    66. F.T.H. den Hartog, Does a Home Network with a web tablet stimulate the use of DSL services?, FS0146 (2001), contribution to ITU-T SG 16 (then called FS-VDSL).
    67. B.M. van den Heuvel, F.T.H. den Hartog, Network Demarcation Points & CPE Functional Architecture, FS0121 (2001) contribution to ITU-T SG 16 (then called FS-VDSL). 

    Publicly available technical reports

    1. Frank den Hartog, Koen Dittrich, Jan de Nijs, Maran van Heesch, Pascal Wissink, Faycal Bouhafs, Regulatory and game-theoretic considerations regarding the Wi-5 business model, Deliverable D2.6 of the Horizon 2020 Wi-5 project (2018). 
    2. Faycal Bouhafs, Michael Mackay, Frank den Hartog, Jose Saldana, Ali Arsal, Wi-5 Final Architecture, Deliverable D2.5 of the Horizon 2020 Wi-5 project (2017).
    3. Wolfgang Klebsch, Thomas Becks, Frank den Hartog, et al, Smart Living, VDE-Positionspapier (2017).
    4. Frank den Hartog, Alex Popescu, Miodrag Djurica, Pia Kempker, Alessandro Raschella, Mirghiasaldin Seyedebrahimi, Ali Arsal, Wi-Fi Optimisation Solutions Roadmap, Deliverable D2.2 of the Horizon 2020 Wi-5 project (2016).
    5. Onno Mantel, Frank den Hartog, et al, Monitor Draadloze Technologie, najaar 2016, TNO-rapport 2016 (2016).
    6. Frank den Hartog, Laura Daniele, Jasper Roes, SAREF in Home: Smart Appliances Reference ontology for Smart Home, VDE Kongress 2016: Internet der Dinge (2016).
    7. Onno Mantel, Frank den Hartog, et al, Monitor Draadloze Technologie,voorjaar 2016, TNO-rapport 2016 R10467 (2016).
    8. Faycal Bouhafs, Jose Saldana, Frank den Hartog, Wi-5 Initial Architecture, Deliverable D2.4 of the Horizon 2020 Wi-5 project (2015).      
    9. Koen Dittrich, Frank den Hartog, Viability of business models for multi-operator Wi-Fi coordination platforms, Deliverable 2.1 of the H2020 Wi-5 project (2015).
    10. Laura Daniele, Frank den Hartog, Jasper Roes, Study on semantic assets for smart appliances interoperability, D-S4 Final report, European Commission (2015).
    11. Laura Daniele, Frank den Hartog, Jasper Roes, Study on semantic assets for smart appliances interoperability, D-S3 Third interim report, European Commission (2015).
    12. Laura Daniele, Frank den Hartog, Jasper Roes, Study on semantic assets for smart appliances interoperability, D-S2 Second interim report, European Commission (2014).
    13. Frank den Hartog, Laura Daniele, Jack Verhoosel, Jasper Roes, Study on semantic assets for smart appliances interoperability, D-S1 First interim report, European Commission (2014).
    14. Henrik Lundgren, Frank den Hartog, et al, Report on the evaluation of the FIGARO architecture, Deliverable D1.4 of the FP7 FIGARO project (2013).
    15. Henrik Lundgren, Frank den Hartog, et al, Final FIGARO system architecture, Deliverable 1.3 of the FP7 FIGARO project (2013).
    16. Renata Teixeira, Frank den Hartog, et al, Final report on the developed tools and their implementation, Deliverable D2.3 of the FP7 FIGARO project (2013).
    17. Frank den Hartog, Eelco Cramer, Ben Hillen, Gerard Mekenkamp, Cassandra Loor, Arjen Noorbergen, Final Proof of Concept and Test Results, Deliverable D5.5 of the FP7 FIGARO project (2013).
    18. Gerard Mekenkamp, Arjen Noorbergen, Yan Grunenberger, Frank den Hartog, Improved gateway-centric, DLNA-based, FI architecture for energy management, E-health, and social community services, Deliverable D5.4 of the FP7 FIGARO project (2013).
    19. Renata Teixeira, Shuang Zhang, Frank den Hartog, et al, Design document of gateway-centric monitoring tools, Deliverable D2.2 of the FP7 FIGARO project (2012).
    20. Frank den Hartog, Ensuring "ready for NGA access" buildings in the EU Initiative to Reduce the Cost of Rolling Out High Speed Communication Infrastructure in Europe, Response to Public Consultation on an EU Initiative to Reduce the Cost of Rolling Out High Speed Communication Infrastructure in Europe (2012).
    21. Henrik Lundgren, Frank den Hartog, et al, FIGARO system architecture description, Deliverable D1.2 of the FP7 FIGARO project (2012).
    22. Frank den Hartog, Boudijn Uythof, Ad van Berlo, Bart Nieuwenhuis, ICT, Domotica en Smart Living; Strategische Agenda (2011).
    23. Gerhard Mekenkamp, Eelco Cramer, Martin Tijmes, Arjen Noorbergen, Ben Hillen, Frank den Hartog,  Evaluation of converged gateway-centric, UPnP- based FI-architecture for energy management, e-Health, and social community services , Deliverable D5.3 of the FP7 FIGARO project (2011).
    24. Frank den Hartog, Consumer Networking Standardization: trends and research opportunities, tutorial at IEEE CCNC 2011 in Las Vegas (2011).
    25. Frank den Hartog, Gerhard Mekenkamp, Martin Tijmes, Arjen Noorbergen, Ben Hillen, Architecture for service federation in residential networks, Deliverable D5.2 of the FP7 FIGARO project (2011).
    26. Henrik Lundgren, Frank den Hartog, et al, Future Internet Gateway-based Architecture of Residential Networks - Requirements Document, Deliverable D1.1 of the FP7 FIGARO project (2011).
    27. Gerhard Mekenkamp, Frank den Hartog, Alberto Lopez Toledo, Arjen Noorbergen, Martin Tijmes, Richard Westerga, State-of-the-art of energy management, e-Health and community-service requirements on common service delivery frameworks , Deliverable D5.1 of the FP7 FIGARO project (2011).
    28. Frank den Hartog, Tom Suters, John Parsons, Josef Faller, SA/CLC/ENTR/000/2008-20 Production of a Roadmap for an integrated set of standards for SmartHouse and systems related to it and an Open Event: Final Report , CENELEC Project Report Smart House Roadmap, 9 February 2011.
    29. Kamal Ahmed, Maarten Botterman, Frank den Hartog, Tim Hartog, Arjen Holtzer, Michael Mayer, Eddy Olk, Mark Prins, Rob Smets, Martin Tijmes, Pieter Venemans, Merel Willemsen, Kuo Wei Wu, Liang Lihsuan, Lynn Yu Ming, and Kenny Huang, IPv6 Deployment Monitoring DS-3 Final Study Report, report for the EU (2011).
    30. Max Lemke et al, Brainstorming on IPR, use and dissemination issues in the FP7 Future Internet Public Private PartnershipWorkshop Report, Brussels (2010).
    31. Frank den Hartog, Karin van Kranenburg, Pieter Nooren, Herman Pals, Pieter Verhagen, NT/RG benchmark among European operators, Report for KPN and many other European operators (2008).
    32. Jan Önnegren, Humberto Abdelnur, Olivier Festor, Harold Balemans, Apostolos Nikolaidis, Serafeim Papastefanos, Vítor Pinto, Vítor Ribeiro, Alex De Smedt, Carl Wuyts, Dirk Van De Poel, Davide Moreo, Sergio Romero,  Ben Hillen, Frank den Hartog, Anna Olszewska-Olbryś, D TF3.4 – Specification of a multi-service RGW with multi-provider functionality, Deliverable D TF3.4 of the IST MUSE project (2007).
    33. Harold Balemans, Frank den Hartog, Igor Passchier, Ben Hillen, Tom Suters, HGI Contributions, Deliverable D3.14 of the Freeband BatHome project (2007).
    34. Jan Önnegren, Harold Balemans, Marios Drakos, Serafeim Papastefanos, Alex De Smedt, Luca Giacomello, Davide Moreo, Sergio Romero, Frank den Hartog, Arnoud van Neerbos, Mark Peeters, Anna Olszewska-Olbry, Francisco Valera, Specification of an advanced, flexible, multi-service residential gateway, Deliverable M TF3.3 of the IST MUSE project (2007).
    35. F.T.H. den Hartog, B.A. G. Hillen, I. Passchier, Remote Service Management Architecture for the Digital Home, Deliverable D3.3/3.9 of the Freeband BatHome project (2006).
    36. B. Beute; H.J.M. Joosten, F.T.H. den Hartog, N. Baken. Personal Network Provider, Deliverable D3.3 of the Freeband PNP2008 project (2006).
    37. Richard Doornbos, Mark van Doorn, Harold Balemans, Frank den Hartog, Ben Hillen, Archi Delphinanto, Jacco Kwaaitaal, Role-based models and dynamic behaviour of services, Deliverable D3.2 of the Freeband BatHome project (2005).
    38. Frank den Hartog, Geerten van de Kaa, Market potential of Home Networking standards, Deliverable D3.7 of the Freeband BatHome project (2005)
    39. A. Delphinanto, D. Suarez Rivero, F.T.H. den Hartog, B. Huiszoon, J.J.B. Kwaaitaal, P. van Wijk, Service and Device Discovery Protocols Overview and Analysis, Deliverable D3.2. of the ICT-Doorbraakproject “Residential Gateway Environment” (2003).
    40. F.T.H. den Hartog, B. Uythof, H. Groothuis, Domotics - Standards for home networking, report published by the Netherlands Agency for Energy and the Environment (Novem, 2002).
    41. A. Delphinanto, D. Suarez Rivero, F.T.H. den Hartog, B. Huiszoon, H. van den Boom, J.J.B. Kwaaitaal, P. van Wijk, Home Networking Technologies Overview and Analysis, Deliverable D3.1. of the ICT-Doorbraak project “Residential Gateway Environment” (2002).
    42. E.J. Sol, G.W. Boltje, A.L. Duwaer, W.A.M. Snijders, F.T.H. den Hartog, I. Passchier, J. Scholten, P.H. Hartel, P.J.W. Kaaijk, A.M.J. Koonen, J.J.B. Kwaaitaal, I.G.M.M. Niemegeers, K.H.W. Pasman, J.J. de Waal, P. Hervé, Eerste meerjarenprogramma IOP GenCom – Generieke Communicatie, Senter (2002).
    43. F.T.H. den Hartog, J.H. Ganzevles, WLAN en Bluetooth: vrienden of vijanden? Een perspectief op interferentie in de 2,4 GHz ISM-band, MSc thesis University of Twente (2001).
    44. F.T.H den Hartog, Electron- and H--densities in H2 RF discharges, graduation thesis, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven (1992).
    45. F.T.H. den Hartog, Modeling of the effective elastic and thermal properties of two-phase composite materials, report for Shell (1991).
    46. F.T.H. den Hartog,  IR Fourier Spectrometry of RF discharges, research report, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven (1990).

    Keynotes, publications in popular media, and business conference presentations

    1. Frank den Hartog, HGI sets operator requirements for in-home IoT interoperability, CONNECTIONS Europe, 11 November 2015, Amsterdam. 
    2. Frank den Hartog, Woninginnovatie: samen sectoroverstijgend bouwen, Symposium Beurs Domotica & Slim Wonen, 19 November 2015, Eindhoven. 
    3. Frank den Hartog, European Commissions Smart Appliances Reference Ontology SAREF, 19 June 2015, 7th International TNO Ultrafast Broadband Seminar, The Hague.
    4. Frank den Hartog, ETSI Smart Appliances Ontology: DECT/ULE interoperability in the IoT, 20 May 2015, DECT World 2015, Barcelona.
    5. Frank den Hartog, EC Smart Appliances Ontology, 2 December 2014, HGI 10th Anniversary Symposium, Paris.
    6. Frank den Hartog, De toekomst van powerline communicatie en de rol van de home gateway, 31 maart 2014, Koninklijk Instituut voor Ingenieurs (KIVI) bijeenkomst, Eindhoven.
    7. Frank den Hartog, Internet of Things is de definitieve stap naar de slimme woning, 5 November 2013, KNX Themabijeenkomst, Maarssen.
    8. Frank den Hartog, Smart Metering for energy saving in households, 5 October 2012, Green Aruba, Oranjestad.
    9. Frank den Hartog, Home Networks: the great unknown for the service provider, 17 September 2012, European Conference on Optical Communication (ECOC), Amsterdam.
    10. Frank den Hartog, The need for making applications network-aware. Also in the Future Internet. 10 May 2012, Future Internet Assembly, Aalborg.
    11. Frank den Hartog, The broadband home standardization landscape; will it remain messy? 21 March 2012, 2nd International TNO Broadband Home Seminar, 2012, Delft.
    12. Frank den Hartog, Home Network topology discovery, 20 March 2012, 2nd International TNO Broadband Home Seminar, 2012, Delft.
    13. Frank den Hartog, Broadband innovation in the home: what if fiber stops at your front door?, 29 February 2012, Institute for a Broadband-Enabled Society (IBES), University of Melbourne.
    14. Frank den Hartog, Ben Hillen, Hoe de modem de helpdesk gaat helpen, Telecom Magazine 3, April 2011, pp. 31-33.
    15. Frank den Hartog, Tablets, Intermediair 5/2011, p. 3
    16. Frank den Hartog, Connected Home: Convergeren naar het Informatietijdperk, Keynote presentation at the Connected Home Event, 2010, Rotterdam.
    17. Frank den Hartog, Topology discovery and diagnostics in home networks, presentation at the international TNO Broadband Home seminar, 2010, Delft.
    18. Frank den Hartog, M2M in Persoonlijke Netwerken, Keynote presentation at the M2M Event, 2008, Rotterdam.
    19. J. Verbeek, F. den Hartog, W. van der Poel, Persoonlijke netwerken in bedrijfsomgevingen, Telecom Magazine 6, July 2007, p. 31.
    20. F.T.H. den Hartog, Digitale oplossingen nog steeds niet compatibel, Intech E&I, July/August 2006, pp. 44-47.
    21. Gerben van Dijk, Frank den Hartog, Het lichtnet als ICT- en besturingsnet, Intech E&I, June 2006, pp. 16-19.
    22. D.H. Hut, F.T.H. den Hartog, Thuisnetwerken bouwen moet makkelijker, Telecom  Magazine 6, July/August 2004, p. 44.
    23. F.N. Krommendijk, F.T.H. den Hartog, Ethernet verovert het aansluitnet – de businessrelevantie van Ethernet technologie, Whitepaper (2003).
    24. F.T.H. den Hartog en N.H. Zornig, Samen Thuis: Testplatform voor ICT en Diensten in de woonomgeving, TNO Offline, October 2003, p. 14.
    25. F.T.H. den Hartog, The Residential Gateway tailored to DSL services: Case Study “KPN Home Services”, in: Proc. of The Residential Gateway European Forum, 2001, IIR, Nice.
    26. F.T.H. den Hartog, How to manage Residential Gateways – an operator perspective, in: Proc. of The Networked Home Conference 2001, IBC, London.
    27. F.T.H. den Hartog, Comparing networking technologies in view of flexible work services, in: Proc. of the Home Networking and Connectivity Conference 2000, ICM, London.

    About Frank den Hartog

    1. Frank den Hartog, Impact of Google & Amazon in the Smart Home remains to be seen: insights from HGI, 23 October 2015, CONNECTIONS Industry Insights, ParksAssociates.
    2. "Internet of Things" is de definitieve stap naar de slimme woningen, interview with Frank den Hartog in VV+, October 2013, pp 8-11.
    3. Continue ontwikkeling draadloos internet: sneller en stabieler, interview with Frank den Hartog in MediaPlanet September 2013 (1) "Moderne Communicatie", p. 5.
    4. IEEE CCNC 2013 showcases innovative consumer information and communications technologies to thousands of conference & CES 2013 attendees, conference review in IEEE Commun. Mag. (March 2013), pp. 16-18.
    5. TNO wint Connected Home Global Summit 2011 Industry Award, press announcement on www.tno.nl on 6 June 2011.
    6. Router krijgt grotere rol op internet, interview with Frank den Hartog in Technisch Weekblad, 30 January 2011.
    7. TNO to attend Consumer Communications & Networking Conference, press announcement about IEEE CCNC 2009 Organization Committee membership of Frank den Hartog, January 2009.
    8. Breedbandige huisnetwerken worden slim samengesteld, interview with Frank den Hartog in Intech E&I September '07 (9), pp. 8-11.
    9. Frank den Hartog bestuurslid Home Gateway Initiative, press announcement on www.tno.nl on 12 February 2007.
    10. Personal Networks in de OK, interview with Frank den Hartog, Freenovation Online Magazine 7, March 2007.
    11. Telefoon wordt afstandsbediening, interview with Frank den Hartog and Sonia Heemstra de Groot, Intermediair 10, March 2007, p. 53.
    12. Frank den Hartog over content protectie, All-IP en Bach, Freenovation Online Magazine 9, April 2007.
    13. Freeband, wereldwijd communiceren met Persoonlijke Netwerken, interview with Frank den Hartog and Nico Baken, KPN Nu 119, April 2007.
    14. Altijd binnen handbereik, interview with Frank den Hartog, Freenovation Online Magazine 2, February 2006.
    15. Grote varieteit aan erkenningen, acknowledgment of Frank den Hartog as “TNO Topper” in TNO High Five 4, May 2006.
    16. IOP GenCom wil naar de maan, article about keynote speeches from Frank den Hartog and Fred Snijders at the IOP GenCom seminar in Nijmegen, IOP Nieuwsbrief 38 (2005).
    17. Congres Domotica & Infrastructuur, analysis of presentations by Frank den Hartog a.o.., in Slim Wonen 9 (2005) 10.
    18. Het gaat om het toepasbaar maken van kennis voor de dagelijkse praktijk, interview with Frank den Hartog in UNETO-VNI year report 2004.
    19. KPN sleutelt aan ICT-huishouden, interview with Frank den Hartog, Automatisering Gids 30 August 2002.
    20. Verleid je onderzoekers, interview with Jans Aasman and Frank den Hartog, NeXT!, December 2000, p. 62.
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