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Assessing link quality in IEEE 802.11 Wireless Networks: Which is the right metric?
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The accurate determination of the link quality is critical for ensuring that functionalities such as intelligent routing, load-balancing, power control and frequency selection operate efficiently. Expand
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Handling asymmetry in gain in directional antenna equipped ad hoc networks
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In this work we propose a new MAC protocol that incorporates circular RTS and CTS transmissions. Expand
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MDG: measurement-driven guidelines for 802.11 WLAN design
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We follow a measurement-driven study to quantify the effects of three previously proposed optimization schemes (one for each category) on a relatively large testbed and in many different scenarios. Expand
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A Comprehensive Comparison of Routing Protocols for Large-Scale Wireless MANETs
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Efficient routing protocols can provide significant benefits to mobile ad hoc networks, in terms of both performance and reliability. Expand
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Lightweight Jammer Localization in Wireless Networks: System Design and Implementation
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We propose a simple, lightweight and generic localization system which does not require any modifications to the driver/firmware of commercial NICs. Expand
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ACORN: An Auto-Configuration Framework for 802.11n WLANs
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The wide channels feature combines two adjacent channels to form a new, wider channel to facilitate high-data-rate transmissions in multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO)-based IEEE 802.11n networks. Expand
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ARES: an anti-jamming reinforcement system for 802.11 networks
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We first conduct extensive experiments on an indoor 802.11 network to assess the ability of two physical layer functions, rate adaptation and power control, in mitigating jamming. Expand
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Implications of Power Control in Wireless Networks: A Quantitative Study
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The use of power control in wireless networks can lead to two conflicting effects. Expand
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Auto-configuration of 802.11n WLANs
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We show that the channel allocation problem with the constraints of CB is NP-complete. Expand
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Topology Control for Effective Interference Cancellation in Multiuser MIMO Networks
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In multiuser multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO) networks, receivers decode multiple concurrent signals using successive interference cancellation (SIC). Expand
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