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In this paper, we consider the channel assignment problem in single radio multi-channel mobile ad-hoc networks. Specifically, we investigate the <i>granularity of channel assignment decisions</i> that gives the best trade-off in terms of performance and complexity. We present a new granularity for channel assignment that we refer to as <i>component level(More)
While a remote computing solution such as VNC is an effective technology for PC users to access a remote computer, it is not as effective while being used from smartphones. In this paper, we propose techniques to improve remote computing from smartphones that help deliver near-PC level experience to users. We introduce a key building block called(More)
Wi-fi standards have provisions for multiple orthogonal channels where the orthogonality allows them to be used simultaneously both in time and frequency without interference concerns. In this paper, we pose the following question: <i>Can devices use the multiple orthogonal channels in wi-fi networks simultaneously to realize a high data-rate wireless link(More)
—In this paper we present a new approach called cue-based networking that uses hints or cues about the physical environment to optimize networked application behavior. We define the notion of cues and describe how cues can be obtained using a wireless sensor network as the underlying platform. We identify both the research and system challenges that need to(More)
Peer-to-peer (P2P) data networks dominate Internet traffic. In this work, we study the problems that arise when mobile hosts participate in P2P networks. We primarily focus on the performance issues as experienced by the mobile host, but also study the impact on other fixed peers. Using BitTorrent as a key example, we identify several unique problems that(More)
— The expected VoIP call capacity in a one hop IEEE 802.11b network with G.711 voice codec is about 85 simultaneous calls, but the actual observed capacity is only 5 calls even at the highest data rate and under zero loss conditions. In this paper we analyze the reasons behind this inferior performance of VoIP traffic. We also present algorithms at the(More)
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