Dimitrios I. Zografos

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We study the problem of interference detection in dense Wi-Fi deployments, which are a reality in most modern metropolitan areas. Interference among neighbor Wi-Fi cells stems from the anarchic deployment of Wi-Fi access points (APs) and the fact that only few APs can operate at the same location on non-overlapping frequencies. Detection of interference(More)
The low cost and ease of installation of Wi-Fi equipment operating in unlicensed spectrum have made dense Wi-Fi deployments a reality in most modern urban areas. With the lack of many non-overlapping frequencies to operate on, interference among neighbor Wi-Fi cells can cause significant performance degradation. Here we study the problem of topology(More)
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