Wireless in-building network architecture and protocols

@article{Buchholz1991WirelessIN,
  title={Wireless in-building network architecture and protocols},
  author={D M Buchholz and Paul Odlyzko and Mikell Taylor and Richard White},
  journal={IEEE Network},
  year={1991},
  volume={5},
  pages={31-38}
}
The topology, protocols and architecture for an 18-GHz wireless in-building network (WIN) aimed at office environments are described. The problems of controlling an array of directional antennas, using half-duplex radios and compensating for channel errors are addressed. The protocols provide robustness in the face of changing radio environment that requires no user intervention and provides low user delay and high system throughput.<<ETX>> 
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