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HW2_ECE4607 - ECE4607 Mobile and Wireless Networks SPRING...

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ECE4607: Mobile and Wireless Networks SPRING 2008 HOMEWORK 2 GIVEN: FEBRUARY 15, 2008 DUE: MARCH 14, 2008 (MIDNIGHT) SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS: SUBMIT ONLY ON-LINE FILE (as a .DOC FILE OR TEXT FILE) to "in- [email protected]" BEFORE MIDNIGHT. PLEASE PUT “ECE4607 HOMEWORK 2” IN THE SUBJECT LINE. NO HARD COPY WILL BE ACCEPTED!! Prof. I. F. Akyildiz, Distinguished Chair Professor in Telecommunications Broadband and Wireless Networking Laboratory School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA 30332 Tel.: 404-894-5141; Fax.: 404-894-7883; E_Mail: [email protected] Question 1. (Ad Hoc Networks) One day, the GT wireless encounters a problem and cannot cover Van Leer building any more. Students in two classes plan to set up an ad-hoc network among the laptops and PDAs in the two classrooms. The locations of the wireless equipments are shown in Fig- ure 1. It is assumed that every wireless equipment has the same radio range 4a (the size of each block in the grid is a ), and the wireless signal cannot penetrate the walls.
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