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Multi-channel mac for ad hoc networks: handling multi-channel hidden terminals using a single transceiver
TLDR
This paper proposes a medium access control (MAC) protocol for ad hoc wireless networks that utilizes multiple channels dynamically to improve performance and solves the multi-channel hidden terminal problem using temporal synchronization.
A multi-channel mac protocol for ad hoc wireless networks
TLDR
A medium access control (MAC) protocol for ad hoc wireless networks that can utilize multiple channels dynamically to improve performance and imp roved throughput of the network significantly, especially when the network is highly congested is proposed.
Multichannel mesh networks: challenges and protocols
TLDR
A new abstraction layer is presented that simplifies the implementation of new multichannel protocols in existing operating systems and demonstrates the feasibility of utilizing multiple channels, even if each host has fewer interfaces than the number of available channels.
A Routing Protocol for Utilizing Multiple Channels in Multi-Hop Wireless Networks with a Single Transceiver
TLDR
This paper considers issues regarding multiple channels at the network layer, assuming a single channel MAC protocol such as IEEE 802.11 DCF, and proposes a routing protocol which utilizes multiple channels with a single transceiver to improve network capacity.
Routing and Channel Assignment in Multi-Channel Multi-Hop Wireless Networks with Single Network Interface ( Invited Paper )
TLDR
The proposed routing and channel assignment protocol for multi-channel multi-hop wireless networks successfully adapts to changing traffic conditions and improves performance over a single-channel protocol and a protocol with random channel assignment.
MTSF: A Timing Synchronization Protocol to Support Synchronous Operations in Multihop Wireless Networks
TLDR
The proposed synchronization protocol, called MTSF (Multihop Timing Synchronization Function), successfully synchronizes time in a multihop network, at a low cost.
Load-Balanced Opportunistic Routing for Duty-Cycled Wireless Sensor Networks
  • Jungmin So, H. Byun
  • Computer Science, Business
    IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing
  • 1 July 2017
TLDR
ORR, an opportunistic routing protocol that addresses the two issues of sender wait time and redundant packet forwarding, is proposed and is proven to avoid loops and shown to achieve longer network lifetime compared to other protocols regardless of duty cycle and network topology.
Numerical Analysis of IEEE 802.11 Broadcast Scheme in Multihop Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
TLDR
This study defines a successful broadcast transmission to be the case when all of the sender's neighbors receive the broadcast frame correctly, and calculates the achievable throughput.
Handover triggering mechanism based on IEEE 802.21 in heterogeneous networks with LTE and WLAN
TLDR
A data rate based vertical handover triggering mechanism (DR-HTM) based on IEEE 802.21 Media Independent Handover (MIH) standard is proposed in order to maximize capacity of both WLANs and cellular networks.
Load balancing routing in multi-channel hybrid wireless networks with single network interface
  • Jungmin So, N. Vaidya
  • Computer Science, Business
    Second International Conference on Quality of…
  • 22 August 2005
TLDR
This work proposes a routing protocol that finds routes to balance load among channels while maintaining connectivity in a hybrid wireless network, and works with nodes equipped with a single network interface, which distinguishes its work with other multi-channel routing protocols.
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