A Dual-Band HiperLAN/2-Based Architecture for Indoor Hotspot Applications (bibtex)
by Athanasios Vaios, K Oikonornou, Pietro Pellati, Sebastien Simoens, Ioannis Stavrakakis
Abstract:
The 1ST BroadWay project, [M. de Courville et al., June 2002], introduces the ad-hoc networking paradigm in the traditional 5 GHz HiperLAN/2. The ad-hoc networking paradigm is employed at the 60 GHz frequency band, which allows for a high transmission rate communication. The dual mode of operation primarily aims at offloading the 5 GHz HiperLAN/2 cell in very dense urban deployments (high traffic needs and number of users), while the peculiarities of the BroadWay system induce modifications on the existing HiperLAN/2 system and make the development of a routing scheme a rather challenging task. The centralized ad-hoc network architecture (CANA) is described as a means to efficiently support multimedia applications that require very high bit rates in low mobility environments; several ad-hoc specific functionalities are included such as neighborhood discovery, clustering and route selection. BroadWay introduces modifications to the MAC of HiperLAN/2 regarding new messages and framing considerations at both frequency bands to cater for the new requirements imposed by the dual mode of operation.
Reference:
Athanasios Vaios, K Oikonornou, Pietro Pellati, Sebastien Simoens, Ioannis Stavrakakis, "A Dual-Band HiperLAN/2-Based Architecture for Indoor Hotspot Applications", In International Workshop on Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks, 2004., pp. 6-10, 2004.
Bibtex Entry:
@inproceedings{vaios2004dual,
	Abstract = {The 1ST BroadWay project, [M. de Courville et al., June 2002], introduces the ad-hoc networking paradigm in the traditional 5 GHz HiperLAN/2. The ad-hoc networking paradigm is employed at the 60 GHz frequency band, which allows for a high transmission rate communication. The dual mode of operation primarily aims at offloading the 5 GHz HiperLAN/2 cell in very dense urban deployments (high traffic needs and number of users), while the peculiarities of the BroadWay system induce modifications on the existing HiperLAN/2 system and make the development of a routing scheme a rather challenging task. The centralized ad-hoc network architecture (CANA) is described as a means to efficiently support multimedia applications that require very high bit rates in low mobility environments; several ad-hoc specific functionalities are included such as neighborhood discovery, clustering and route selection. BroadWay introduces modifications to the MAC of HiperLAN/2 regarding new messages and framing considerations at both frequency bands to cater for the new requirements imposed by the dual mode of operation.},
	Author = {Vaios, Athanasios and Oikonornou, K and Pellati, Pietro and Simoens, Sebastien and Stavrakakis, Ioannis},
	Booktitle = {International Workshop on Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks, 2004.},
	Doi = {10.1109/IWWAN.2004.1525532},
	Keywords = {own, refereed, broadway},
	Month = {May},
	Pages = {6--10},
	Title = {{{A Dual-Band HiperLAN/2-Based Architecture for Indoor Hotspot Applications}}},
	Venue = {Oulu, Finland},
	Year = {2004},
	Bdsk-Url-1 = {https://doi.org/10.1109/IWWAN.2004.1525532}}
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