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Title: Connectivity model for Inter-working multi-hop wireless networks
Authors: Salami, O
Bagula, A
Chan, HA
Keywords: Connectivity model
Inter-working multi-hop wireless networks
Availability
Wireless network
Link availability
Route availability
Southern Africa Telecommunication and Networks Application Conference
SATNAC 2009
Issue Date: Aug-2009
Citation: Salami, O, Bangula, A and Chan, HA. 2009. Connectivity model for Inter-working multi-hop wireless networks. Southern Africa Telecommunication and Networks Application Conference (SATNAC 2009), Mbabane, Swaziland, 31 August - 2 September 2009. pp 1-5
Abstract: In Inter-working multi-hop wireless networks, establishing resilient connectivity between source-destination node pairs is a major issue. The issues of connectivity in Multi-hop wireless networks have been studied. However, these analyses focused on network connectivity in ad-hoc networks. Since the next generation of wireless networks will be inter-working, an understanding of connectivity as it applies to such networks is needed. Specifically, this research emphasizes that the connectivity of node pairs in inter-working multi-hop wireless networks can be evaluated based on the availability of radio links and communication routes. This paper presents an analytical study of the link and route availability in inter-working multi-hop wireless networks.
Description: Southern Africa Telecommunication and Networks Application Conference (SATNAC 2009), Mbabane, Swaziland, 31 August - 2 September 2009
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3788
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