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Show simple item record Ntlatlapa, Ntsibane S 2007-11-14T14:55:14Z 2007-11-14T14:55:14Z 2007-06
dc.identifier.citation Ntlatlapa, N. 2007. Energy-efficient wireless mesh networks. Wireless World Reasearch Forum 18 Meeting. Helsinki, Finland. 13-15 June 2007, pp 6 en
dc.description 2007: Wireless World Reasearch Forum, Helsinki, Finland en
dc.description.abstract This paper outlines the objectives of a recently formed research group at Meraka Institute. The authors consider application of wireless mesh networks in rural infrastructure deficient parts of the African continent where nodes operate on batteries. As a result energy consumption must be minimized while achieving high throughput and low delay. In this context, they are engaged in various projects to design transmission strategy to minimize the total energy consumption. They apply known modelling methods to model the proposed solutions, then simulate the network using known network simulators such as NS2 and adapt our established WMN test bed for usage in infrastructure deficient areas such as rural areas in Africa. en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.subject Wireless mesh networks en
dc.subject Network protocol en
dc.subject Rural areas en
dc.title Energy-efficient wireless mesh networks en
dc.type Presentation en

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