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Title: Analysis of route availability in inter-working multi-hop wireless networks
Authors: Salami, O
Bagula, A
Chan, HA
Keywords: Multi-hop wireless networks
Connectivity
Source-destination node pair
Route connectivity
Inter-worKing multi-hop wireless networks
4th International Conference on Broadband Communication, Information Technology and Biomedical Application
Broadband communication
Wireless networks
Biomedical applications
Issue Date: Jul-2009
Citation: Salami, O, Bangula, A and Chan, HA. 2009. Analysis of route availability in inter-working multi-hop wireless networks. 4th International Conference on Broadband Communication, Information Technology and Biomedical Application, Wroclaw, Poland, July 15-18, 2009. pp 1-6
Abstract: In order to link a source-destination node pair in inter-working multi-hop wireless networks, links or routes must first be available. It is only after establishing the availability of links and routes between nodes that factors which affect connectivity e.g. interference can be considered. Connectivity in multi-hop wireless networks has been studies. However, the studies focus on network connectivity on ad-hoc networks. Since next generation of wireless networks will be inter-working, an understanding of connectivity as it applies to such networks is needed. Specifically, this paper emphasizes that an analysis of route connectivity rather than network connectivity is needed for inter-working multi-hop wireless networks. With a focus on route connectivity, a route availability model for inter-working multi-hop wireless networks is presented.
Description: 4th International Conference on Broadband Communication, Information Technology and Biomedical Application, Wroclaw, Poland, July 15-18, 2009
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3636
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