Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione     
Bonito A. B. Wireless networks. The document :, Technical report, 2003.
Wireless networks are among the fastest growing areas in networking research. Wireless communication extends the capabilities of fixed networks, to include location-independent information storage, transport, retrieval and processing, and to support mobility of terminals and users. Besides, wireless networks are cheaper and faster to deploy, very important features in rural remote areas, as well as in case of natural disasters. In order to design, realize and maintain high-speed, high performance, cost-effective, and reliable networks, it is of paramount importance to design and evaluate, both analytically and experimentally, new transmission methods as well as new resource allocation algorithms, based on innovative, specific and sophisticated methodologies.
Subject Digital satellite communication
Wireless ad-hoc networks
Ultra wide band
Safe and Reliable Data Storage and Retrieval
Algorithms for channel assignment
Multichannel Data Broadcasting
Routing Protocols for Wireless Networks
C.2.1 Network Architecture and Design. Wireless communication
C.2.0 COMPUTER-COMMUNICATION NETWORKS. General. Data communications
C.2.2 Network Protocols. Routing protocols
C.5.3 Microcomputers. Portable devices (e.g., laptops, personal digital assistants)

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