Multi-Hop Networking

Multi-hop, or ad hoc, wireless networks use two or more wireless hops to convey information from a source to a destination. There are two distinct applications of multi-hop communication, with common features, but different applications.

WSIL is actively researching many aspects of multi-hop wireless networks including both MANETs and cellular networks, from the perspectives of signal processing, networking, information theory, and prototyping. Click the links on the left for more detail about our projects.

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