Flexibility of Routing Framework Architecture in IEEE 802.11s Mesh Networks

@article{Khorov2011FlexibilityOR,
  title={Flexibility of Routing Framework Architecture in IEEE 802.11s Mesh Networks},
  author={Evgeny M. Khorov and Andrey I. Lyakhov and Alexander A. Safonov},
  journal={2011 IEEE Eighth International Conference on Mobile Ad-Hoc and Sensor Systems},
  year={2011},
  pages={777-782}
}
The fundamental challenges in wireless multihop networks design are the problems of routing and hidden stations. Defining mesh networking, IEEE 802.11s amendment addresses both issues. It includes a routing protocol and novel deterministic channel access method, called MCCA, complementing random access traditional in IEEE 802.11 networks. The routing framework architecture allows extending or even replacing the default routing protocol for specific niche application, but it is not flexible… CONTINUE READING

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