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A proposal of millimeter-wave multi-hop mesh wireless network architecture with adaptive network control features for broadband fixed wireless access

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This paper proposed new system architecture and its features for multi-hop mesh wireless networks using millimeter-wave bands for broadband fixed wireless access (BFWA) systems. Adopting the adaptive control of network resources such as communications routes, wireless links and radio channels, the proposed system aimed to overcome the difficulty in the deployment of millimeter-wave broadband wireless access systems. The wireless node architecture and two possible approaches are also discussed for the adaptive control in the proposed mesh wireless network. The quantitative evaluation on the overall performance is performed for the proposed adaptive network control together with the studies on the algorithms for each of the communications routing, the wireless link configuration, and the radio channel controls

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Radio and Wireless Conference, 2001. RAWCON 2001. IEEE

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2001

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