Johns Hopkins EN 600 647 - Research Paper Discussions (8 pages)

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En 600 647 - Advanced Topics Wireless Networks
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600 647 Advanced Topics in Wireless Networks Instructor Dr Baruch Awerbuch TA Herbert Rubens CO TA David Holmer Mon Wed 10am 11am Shaffer 300 Class Webpage off of General Overview Research Paper Discussions Every week papers will be assigned that are related to the topic of the lecture Papers will be discussed in class in a group discussion format Class participation will count towards final grade Class Topics Wireless Fundamentals Shared Medium Waves Signal Noise Information Theory coding Medium Access Control Hidden terminals Fairness Ad hoc networking Multi hop routing AODV DSR Pulse OLSR DSDV Energy efficient operation Hybrid networks Traditional Access Points Distributed Algorithms Peer to peer directories distributed agreement Security for all of the above Wave Relay Test bed A multi hop ad hoc networking platform Allows users to wirelessly hop across other users to reach destination Deployed on campus Currently in New Engineering Building Soon will cover engineering quad as well We are continuing to build network out across campus and surrounding areas Software runs on an embedded Linux platform Boots off a compact flash card Single board computer Multiple wireless cards Ad hoc access points multiple frequencies or channels Operates extremely well under mobility Tested from moving vehicles Devices can be battery powered Battery lasts around 24 hours Approximate Coverage Area Adding Soon More devices coming Currently ordering parts to build 25 more wireless routers Most likely will have a router building party for interested students Information on test bed available at Wireless cs jhu edu Pointers Main Project Website Wireless cs jhu edu Includes links to class website Wave Relay website etc Wireless Communication Lab in NEB 213 Dr Awerbuch s office is in NEB 318



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