1a_intro - Introduction to Wireless Ad-hoc Networking CSE...

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CSE 6590 Winter 2012 Department of Computer Science & Engineering York University 1 Introduction to Wireless Ad-hoc Networking 02/14/12 15:03
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Course Information 2 Refer to the course web page.
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Wireless Networks: Taxonomy 3 Wireless Networks Infrastructure-based Infrastructureless Cellular Networks Wireless LANs Mesh Networks Mobile Adhoc Networks Static Nodes Mobile Nodes Sensor Networks
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Wireless Mesh Networks 4 WMNs consist of two types of nodes: mesh routers: forwarding data. mesh clients: acting as hosts; forwarding data. The architecture of WMNs can be classified into three main groups: Backbone Client WMNs Hybrid WMNs
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Infrastructure/Backbone 5
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Client WMNs 6 One type of radio on devices Supporting end-user applications
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Hybrid WMNs 7
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Characteristics 8 Multi-hop wireless networking Extend the coverage range Provide non-line-of-sight connections Ad hoc networking Self-forming, self-healing, self-organization Low upfront investment costs Quick deployment
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Characteristics (2) 9 Enabling integration of various existing networks (WiFi, WiMax, Internet, cellular, sensor networks) through gateway/bridge functionalities in mesh routers. Mobility: depending on the types of
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2012 for the course CSE 6590 taught by Professor Kotakoski during the Winter '12 term at York University.

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1a_intro - Introduction to Wireless Ad-hoc Networking CSE...

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