Mobility

Capacity Analysis of Wireless Mesh Networks With Omni or Directional Antennas

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Executive Summary

Wireless mesh networks receive much research interest in recent years. A wireless mesh network is a wireless network consists of a set of nodes, some of them connected to the Internet directly by wired links, called gateway nodes, and the rest are non-gateway nodes. The clients in wireless mesh networks are directly connected with the non-gateway nodes or gateway nodes by wireless links and access the Internet by the mesh backbone, which is formed by gateway nodes and non-gateway nodes via wireless links. Most of the traffic of a wireless mesh network is to or from the gateway nodes, and the nodes do not have mobility in general.

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