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Wireless Networks

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Route optimization to improve QoS in multi-hop wireless sensor networks

The quality of communication between any two users in multi-hop wireless sensor networks directly depends upon the path selection among the available paths between end-users. The issue of selecting the optimized path from source to a destination …


Optimum consultation for parallel distributed detection systems

An optimum consultation scheme for parallel distributed detection system is proposed. Two-way communication links are assumed between a set of local sensors and the fusion center. The observations of each sensor are assumed to be statistically …


An Autonomous Fault-Awareness model adapted for upgrade performance in clusters of homogeneous wireless sensor networks

Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) have conquered comprehensive survey progressions in the regular control and management fields. Although WSN allows the spatial monitoring of real-world events, the mobility action depletes a huge part of a sensor’s …


Closed form expression for the inverse cumulative distribution function of Nakagami distribution

Quantile function or inverse cumulative distribution function (CDF) is heavily utilized in modelling, simulation, reliability analysis and random number generation. The use is often limited if the inversion method fails to estimate it from the …


Performance evaluation and tuning of an IEEE 802.11 audio video multicast collision prevention mechanism

Since the introduction of the original IEEE 802.11 medium access mechanism, the definition of the multicast access mechanism has been the subject of numerous amendments and standardization efforts. Over the past few years, the need for a reliable …

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The wireless communication revolution is bringing fundamental changes to data networking, telecommunication, and is making integrated networks a reality. By freeing the user from the cord, personal communications networks, wireless LAN's, mobile radio networks and cellular systems, harbor the promise of fully distributed mobile computing and communications, any time, anywhere.

Focusing on the networking and user aspects of the field, Wireless Networks provides a global forum for archival value contributions documenting these fast growing areas of interest. The journal publishes refereed articles dealing with research, experience and management issues of wireless networks. Its aim is to allow the reader to benefit from experience, problems and solutions described.

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