Paul Kim Goode

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Costly on-site node repairs in wireless mesh networks (WMNs) can be required due to misconfiguration, corrupt software updates, or unavailability during updates. We propose ADAM as a novel management framework that guarantees accessibility of individual nodes in these situations. ADAM uses a decentralised distribution mechanism and self-healing mechanisms(More)
Wireless Mesh Networks (WMNs) operating in the 5 GHz band (IEEE 802.11 a/h) offer a great opportunity to function as wireless access networks. Remote sites that lack direct access to a wired/fibre network may benefit from this technology, as it can be used to bridge possibly large distances. The high gain of directional antennas improves the reception of(More)
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