Seshaiah Ponnekanti

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The provision of high capacity, low cost and reliable wireless multimedia communication for bursty packet traffic (as well as voice and delay constrained streaming traffic) continues to be a challenging aspect of future wireless communications systems. In this sense, structured and ad-hoc multihop networks and intelligent relaying are expected to play a(More)
Ad-hoc networks are formed by users or devices wishing to communicate without necessity for the help or existence of any infrastructure or centralized administration. Each node has a wireless access interface (Bluetooth, WLAN, HiperLAN2, UWB, etc.) and is free to enter or leave the network at any time. Due to the limited range of a node's wireless(More)
Ad-hoc networks are formed by users or devices wishing to communicate, without necessity for the help or existence of any infrastructure or centralised administration. Each node has a wireless access interface (Bluetooth, WLAN, HiperLAN2, UWB, etc.) and is free to enter or leave the network at any time. Due to the limited range of a node's wireless(More)
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