On Supporting Dual-Mode HiperLAN/2: Architecture and Overhead (bibtex)
by Athanasios Vaios, Konstantinos Oikonomou, Nikolaos Zinelis, Konstantinos Ntagkounakis, Ioannis Stavrakakis
Abstract:
The IST BroadWay project, [1], 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 environment 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 an efficient way to support dual mode systems, [2], by implementing specific changes and algorithms in the standard HiperLAN/2 protocol stack. In this paper, the new enhanced protocol stack of dual-mode HiperLAN/2 is presented as well as the algorithms required for the efficient utilization of the system resources. Simulations provide insight into the performance issues regarding the dual mode of operation and the parameters that affect the efficiency of the described network model.
Reference:
Athanasios Vaios, Konstantinos Oikonomou, Nikolaos Zinelis, Konstantinos Ntagkounakis, Ioannis Stavrakakis, "On Supporting Dual-Mode HiperLAN/2: Architecture and Overhead", In 13th IST Mobile & Wireless Communications Summit, pp. 27-30, 2004. ([pdf])
Bibtex Entry:
@inproceedings{vaios2004supporting,
	Abstract = {The IST BroadWay project, [1], 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 environment 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 an efficient way to support dual mode systems, [2], by implementing specific changes and algorithms in the standard HiperLAN/2 protocol stack. In this paper, the new enhanced protocol stack of dual-mode HiperLAN/2 is presented as well as the algorithms required for the efficient utilization of the system resources. Simulations provide insight into the performance issues regarding the dual mode of operation and the parameters that affect the efficiency of the described network model.},
	Author = {Vaios, Athanasios and Oikonomou, Konstantinos and Zinelis, Nikolaos and Ntagkounakis, Konstantinos and Stavrakakis, Ioannis},
	Booktitle = {13th IST Mobile \& Wireless Communications Summit},
	Comment = {<a href="./MyPublications/vaios2004supporting.pdf">[pdf]</a>},
	Keywords = {own, refereed, broadway},
	Month = {June},
	Pages = {27--30},
	Title = {{{On Supporting Dual-Mode HiperLAN/2: Architecture and Overhead}}},
	Venue = {Lyon, France},
	Year = {2004}}
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