Guide to Wireless Mesh Networks

By Sudip Misra , Subhas Chandra Misra , Isaac Woungang

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Even though wireless mesh networks (WMN) is considered to be a key technology for future generation wireless networks, several challenges still need to be addressed. This comprehensive handbook explores new ideas and results in WMN research.

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  • ISBN13: 978-1-8480-0908-0
  • 544 Pages
  • User Level: Students
  • Publication Date: February 19, 2009
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF

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Wireless mesh networks (WMN) is considered to be a key technology for future generation wireless networks. However even though WMNs hold great promises for our future, there are several challenges that need to be addressed. This handbook provides a comprehensive guide on new ideas and results in wireless mesh networks research. Written by some of the prominent researchers in this field, this book provides an invaluable reference to the state-of-the-art in WMS for researchers and practitioners. It is also an ideal text for graduate students wishing to learn more about the topic.
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Table of Contents

  1. From the contents Journey from Mobile Ad Hoc Networks to Wireless Mesh Networks.
  2. Medium Access Control in Wireless mesh Networks.
  3. Hierarchical and QoS
  4. aware Routing in Multi
  5. hop Wireless Mesh Networks.
  6. Stabilizing Interference
  7. free Slot Assignment for Wireless Mesh Networks.
  8. Channel Assignment Techniques for 802.11 Based Multi
  9. radio Wireless Mesh Networks.
  10. Routing, Interface Assignment and Related Cross
  11. layer Issues in Multi
  12. radio Wireless Mesh Networks.
  13. Wireless mesh Network Routing Under Uncertain Demands.
  14. Routing Metrics for Wireless Mesh Networks.
  15. Reliable Transport in Multi
  16. hop Wireless Mesh Networks.
  17. Transport Protocols for Wireless Mesh Networks.
  18. Congestion Control in Wireless Mesh Networks.
  19. Wireless Mesh Networks Based Multi
  20. Network Convergence and Security Access.
  21. Scalability in Wireless Mesh Networks.
  22. Mobility Management in Wireless Mesh Networks.
  23. Low Latency in Wireless Mesh Networks.
  24. WiMAX Metro Area Mesh Networks.
  25. Scheduling and Call Admission Control

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