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High Performance Wireless Networking and Weather

  title={High Performance Wireless Networking and Weather},
  author={J. Otero and Pavan Yalamanchili and Hans-Werner Braun},
High performance wireless networking is effected by a number of internal and external variables. External weather phenomena, such as rain, fog, wind, and temperature can effect the performance of network equipment, as well as node to node communication efficiency. Through the collection of Management Information Base (MIB) data and meteorological data it is possible to begin an investigation on potential correlations. Keywords— weather, wireless networks, measurement, HPWREN 

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