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Implementation of the integrated network and link control functions for multi-hop mesh networks in broadband fixed wireless access systems

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6 Author(s)
Kishi, Y. ; KDDI R&D Labs., Inc., Saitama, Japan ; Tabata, K. ; Kitahara, T. ; Imagawa, Y.
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Broadband fixed wireless access (BFWA) systems with multi-hop mesh topologies have attracted considerable attention as a promising technology for next generation, high quality, high capacity, and high density access infrastructures. The primary advantages of mesh network topologies are an improvement of availability in connectivity between pairs of nodes by means of diversity routes. The paper discusses a wireless node architecture that enables the integrated control of route diversity and traffic engineering together with the control of wireless links whose quality and performance could be affected by radio propagation conditions. Taking into account the functional requirements for multi-hop mesh BFWA networks, such as adaptive link configuration with multiple channels, distributed network management, and traffic engineering in mesh networks, the entity called network control unit (NCU) is designed and developed on a common UNIX based server computer. Implemented functions and their performance are demonstrated using experimental environments with wired networks.

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Radio and Wireless Conference, 2004 IEEE

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19-22 Sept. 2004

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