A link scheduling and ad hoc networking approach using directional antennas

@article{Cain2003ALS,
  title={A link scheduling and ad hoc networking approach using directional antennas},
  author={J. Bibb Cain and Tom Billhartz and Larry Foore and Edwin L. Althouse and John Schlorff},
  journal={IEEE Military Communications Conference, 2003. MILCOM 2003.},
  year={2003},
  volume={1},
  pages={643-648 Vol.1}
}
  • J. Bibb Cain, Tom Billhartz, +2 authors John Schlorff
  • Published in
    IEEE Military Communications…
    2003
  • Computer Science
  • There is strong interest within DoD to utilize high-gain, directional antennas at both the transmitting and receiving end of the link in a dynamic, ad hoc network environment. However, the application of directional antennas (e.g., phased-array or sectorized antennas) in a dynamic network of mobile nodes requires coordination of antenna steering at both the receiver and transmitter ends of the link. Our solution is to apply adaptive, link-state routing (be performed by the OLSR ad hoc routing… CONTINUE READING

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