Felix Uster

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The new standard IEEE 802.11s enables vendor-independent wireless mesh networks based on the 802.11 WLAN technology. Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) is the most widespread transport protocol for reliable data delivery and still the basis for many network applications. TCP supports different mechanisms for flow and congestion control. However, designed(More)
Adopted in late 2011, IEEE 802.11s comes as the first industry standard to enable vendor-independent and inter-operable WLAN mesh networks. Featuring automatic device interconnection and routing, they provide a higher scalability, flexibility, and robustness compared to common centralized WLAN infrastructures. The 802.11s standard defines mandatory support(More)
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