Cindy Sawchuk

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Ad hoc networks consist of wireless, self-organizing nodes that can communicate with each other in order to establish decentralized and dynamically changing network topologies. Node discovery is a fundamental procedure in the establishment of an ad hoc network, as a given node needs to discover what other nodes are in its communication range. Existing(More)
The first step in forming an ad-hoc network is the discovery of other nodes. This procedure, called node discovery, involves two or more nodes in an ad-hoc, multichannel broadcast system that want to establish a common communication channel. Each node can either talk or listen in anyone of f frequencies, here denoted by 1, 2, . . . , f . The decision on(More)
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