This note take an overview about the different
concepts that, different technologies the corresponding protocols etcetera which are there and to enable the wireless Ad Hoc networks.
Topics covered includes: Self-organizing Behaviour of Wireless Ad Hoc Networks,
Cooperation in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks, MAC Protocols in MANETs, Routing in
This note explains the following topics: Introduction To
Mobile Computing, Applications Of Mobile Computing, GSM Protocols, CDMA, Spread
Aloha Multiple Acces, Mobile Network Layer, Traditional TCP, Database, Data
Dissemination, Mobile Ad Hoc Networks.
This note covers
both the theory and practice of wireless networking. We will then study
widely-used wireless local area network standards and TCP/IP extensions for
mobile and wireless networking. Topics covered will include: Fundamentals of
wireless communications, Wireless network standards, TCP/IP for mobile and
wireless communications, Mobile application platforms, Multihop ad hoc networks,
This note covers the following
topics: Overview of wireless networks, Singlehop wireless, multiple wireless
hops, Challenges of wireless communications, IEEE 802.11, spread spectrum and
physical layer specification, MAC functional specification, Mobile IPv4, Mobile
A wireless ad-hoc network
is a wireless network deployed without any infrastructure. This
includes wireless mesh networks, mobile ad-hoc networks, and vehicular
ad-hoc networks. This book focuses on the most fundamental aspects of
wireless ad-hoc networks. Topics include the design of the link layer
for better performance, the study on routing protocols for higher
efficiency, and practical issues in its application.
This book presents some of the latest
development status of wireless LAN, covering the topics on physical layer, MAC
layer, QoS and systems. It provides an opportunity for both practitioners and
researchers to explore the problems that arise in the rapidly developed
technologies in wireless LAN.
This book is a practical guide to designing and
building wireless networks in local communities, enhancing lives through
improved communication, access to information for educational, social and
This work seeks to guide information providers in establishing
accessible Websites and acquiring the hardware and software needed by people
with disabilities. The book focuses on access to the Internet using large print,
voice, and Braille. Contributors Judith Dixon and Doug Wakefield are respected
experts in the field of adaptive technology and the Internet. Both have lectured
widely on the subject and use adaptive technology extensively.
The purpose of this
document is to give technical readers a basic overview of the new 802.11
Standard, in such a way that they will be able to understand the basic concepts, the
principle of operations, and some of the reasons behind some of the features
and/or components of the Standard.