Capacity, Architecture, Protocols, and Sensing in Wireless Networks
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Capacity, architecture, sensing, power control, medium access control and routing in wireless networks are discussed. Power levels affect routes, but routes are needed to determine connectivity, which in turn, is a global performance measure for power control. Medium access control protocol can be used exclusively to make reservations for long data packets. Routing protocol is immune to clock offsets, and is based on delay feedback over paths.