Józef Wozniak

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In wireless networks mobile clients change their physical location, which results in changing point of attachment to the network. Such handovers introduce unwanted periods, when node does not have communication capabilities. Depending on many conditions, such events may require reconfiguration of layer 2 (e.g. IEEE 802.16) or both 2 and 3 layers (IPv6).(More)
During interdomain handover, IPv6 node requires a new address at its new location. Once the L2 handover procedure is completed, the mobile node (MN) starts its IPv6 configuration process, using stateless (router advertisements) or stateful (DHCPv6) mode. When so-called care-of address (CoA) is assigned, its uniqueness has to be verified, using Duplicate(More)
This paper presents an analysis of queuing and propagation delays of Inter-Satellite Links (ISLs) in broadband Low-Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite networks. It is shown that queuing delays are negligible in all reasonable working conditions of the broadband ISL network. This fact makes it possible to simplify the routing protocols in such networks and permits(More)
The aim of the work is to analyse capabilities and limitations of different IEEE 802.11 technologies (IEEE 802.11 b/g/n), utilized for both multicast and unicast video streaming transmissions directed to mobile devices. Our preliminary research showed that results obtained with currently popular simulation tools can be drastically different than these(More)
This paper presents a new algorithm IBLUEREA, which enables the reconfiguration of Bluetooth scatternet to reduce interference. IBLUEREA makes use of the complex model comparing ISM environment efficiency. The mechanism envisages the use of the assessment of the probability of successful (unsuccessful) frame transmission in order to take a decision(More)
During interdomain handover, IPv6 node has to acquire new address at its new location. Once the L2 handover procedure is completed, mobile node (MN) starts its IPv6 configuration, using stateless (router advertisements) or stateful (DHCPv6 communication) mode. After the address is obtained, its uniqueness has to be verified, using Duplicate Address(More)