Austin McKinley

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Crosstalk between neighbouring lines is the major limiting factor in the performance of modern DSL systems. Dynamic spectrum management (DSM) techniques have been proposed to mitigate the effects of crosstalk. Many of these techniques address the problem from a multi-user perspective, considering crosstalk effects during bit-loading. Previous work has(More)
We present Unified Synchronously Scheduled Routing (USSR): a combined pseudo-MAC and Routing layer protocol for commodity 802.11 static multi-hop networks. Considering a community wireless scenario, our approach leverages a centralized network “gateway” to intelligently route traffic through the broadcast wireless mesh. The centralized gateway schedules(More)
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