Survivable millimeter-wave mesh networks

@article{Jabbar2011SurvivableMM,
  title={Survivable millimeter-wave mesh networks},
  author={Abdul Jabbar and Justin P. Rohrer and Victor S. Frost and James P. G. Sterbenz},
  journal={Computer Communications},
  year={2011},
  volume={34},
  pages={1942-1955}
}
Millimeter-wave mesh networks have the potential to provide cost-effective high-bandwidth solutions to many current bandwidth-constrained networks including cellular backhaul. However, the availability of such networks is severely limited due to their susceptibility to weather, such as precipitation and humidity. In this paper, we present a rigorous approach to survivable millimeter-wave mesh networks based on experimentation, modeling, and simulation. Individual link performance is… CONTINUE READING
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