MIT Roofnet: Construction of a Production Quality Ad-Hoc Network

@inproceedings{Aguayo2003MITRC,
  title={MIT Roofnet: Construction of a Production Quality Ad-Hoc Network},
  author={Daniel Aguayo and John C. Bicket and Sanjit Biswas and Douglas S. J. De Couto},
  year={2003}
}
This extended abstract describes our experiences from constructing the MIT Roofnet, an experimental rooftop wireless network. The ultimate goal of Roofnet is to build an ad-hoc network infrastructure capable of providing pervasive highspeed network access. Currently, the network currently consists of more than 35 nodes spread over two square kilometers of Cambridge, MA. The network is self-configuring, robust in the face of varying link conditions, and automatically finds high throughput paths… CONTINUE READING

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