Athanasios Paraskelidis

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Ad-hoc networks are networks that are formed automatically without any pre-existing infrastructure. These networks may consist of various types of mobile devices – such as PDAs, laptops, cell phones and other mobile computing devices. Each node in a wireless ad hoc network performs computational tasks as well as communication routing. Without the existence(More)
This paper examines the performance of segregate networks with single and multiple channels. It compares the simulation results to the location-aware channel assignment protocol named GRID. The term segregated means that the network is divided into smaller domains and each one operates on different radios. Each node is assigned a predefine pool of radios,(More)
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