An Adaptable Node Architecture for Future Wireless Networks

@inproceedings{OMahony2001AnAN,
  title={An Adaptable Node Architecture for Future Wireless Networks},
  author={Denis O’Mahony and Linda E. Doyle},
  year={2001}
}
Technological advances have made possible the production of low-cost computing devices equipped with wireless digital communications. Considerable research is taking place at present both in the academic and commercial research communities and also in the marketplace to determine the form of the wireless networks of the future. So many questions are still open. What radio spectrum will be best? What kind of modulation is most appropriate? How will access to the spectrum be regulated? What will… CONTINUE READING
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