Architecture and protocols in wireless networking
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Due to the Maxwellian nature of the wireless medium, information can be transferred using methods quite different methods from wireline networking. For example, multiple transmissions can be simultaneously decoded at a receiver, and concurrent transmissions in the vicinity of a receiver need not destructively "collide." As another example, one can even use analog rather than digital methods for relaying. Given the infinitude of such options, a fundamental question that aries is: How should be information be transferred in wireless networks? This talk will address the issue of characterizing an order-optimal architecture. Interest subsequently devolves to the issue of how to boost performance pre-constants, and what may be appropriate protocols for such second generation protocols efforts. (Joint work with A. Agarwal, G. Baliga, V. Borkar, A. Giridhar, S. Graham, P. Gupta, V. Kawadia, S. Narayanaswamy, K. Plarre, R. Rozovsky, V. Raghunathan, L-L. Xie, and F. Xue).
Proceedings - First International Conference on Wireless Internet, WICON 2005
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