Timo Vanhatupa

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IEEE 1588 is a standard for precise clock synchronization for networked measurement and control systems in LAN environment. This paper presents the design and implementation of two IEEE 1588 prototypes for wireless LAN (WLAN). The first one is implemented using a Linux PC platform and a standard IEEE 802.11 WLAN with modifications to the network device(More)
Frequency optimization is required to maximize the WLAN throughput in environments where several networks coexist. This paper evaluates four throughput estimation models and two optimization algorithms. Throughput is selected as the optimization criteria for channel assignment. Thus, the result of a throughput estimation model is used as an input for an(More)
This paper introduces the architecture of a base station designed for a new Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN). The emphasis is on the software but also backgrounds for the design choices made are discussed. The main design objective has been to develop a simple and low-cost system while maintaining suitability for a large variety of applications, ranging(More)
Careful configuration of frequencies for WLAN access points (AP) is crucial for ensuring the optimal performance of the network. Thus, advanced tools for WLAN frequency management tasks are needed. This paper presents a practical tool for the frequency management in IEEE 802.11 WLANs. The tool minimizes the interference between APs and consequently(More)