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Akyildiz, Ian F. Wireless Mesh Networks
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Ian F. Akyildiz

Wireless Mesh Networks

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This book presents an in-depth study on recent advances and open research issues in Wireless Mesh Networks (WMNs). It is the first comprehensive textbook on the subject, provi

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1 Introduction

1.1 Network Architecture

1.2 Characteristics

1.3 Application Scenarios

1.4 Critical Design Factors

2 Physical Layer

2.1 Adaptive Coding/Modulation and Link Adaptation

2.2 Directional Antennas and Multi Antenna Systems

2.2.1 Directional Antenna

2.2.2 Antenna Diversity and Smart Antenna

2.3 Cooperative Diversity and Cooperative Communications

2.4 Multi Channel Systems

2.5 Advanced Radio Technologies

2.5.1 Frequency Agile Radios and Cognitive Radios

2.5.2 Reconfigurable Radios and Software Radios

2.6 Integrating Different Advanced Techniques: IEEE 802.11n

2.6.1 The Protocol Reference Model of the Physical Layer

2.6.2 PLCP Sublayer

2.6.3 PMD Sublayer

2.6.4 PLME Sublayer

2.7 Open Research Issues

3 Medium Access Control Layer

3.1 Single Channel MAC Protocols

3.1.1 CSMA/CA Improvements

3.1.2 IEEE 802.11e

3.1.3 WMN MAC Based on IEEE 802.11s

3.1.4 TDMA over CSMA/CA

3.1.5 IEEE 802.16 MAC in Mesh Mode

3.1.6 MAC for UWB WMNs

3.1.7 CDMA MAC

3.2 Multi Channel MAC Protocols

3.2.1 Single Radio MAC Protocol

3.2.2 Slotted Seeded Channel Hopping (SSCH) MAC

3.2.3 Multi Radio MAC Protocol

3.2.4 Multi Radio 2 Phase Protocol

3.2.5 Channel Assignment in the MAC Layer

3.2.6 Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS) Requirements

3.3 Open Research Issues

4 Network Layer

4.1 Routing Challenges

4.2 Design Principles

4.3 Topology Discovery for Routing

4.4 Performance Parameters

4.5 Routing Metrics

4.5.1 Hop Count

4.5.2 Per Hop RTT

4.5.3 Per Hop Packet Pair Delay

4.5.4 Expected Transmission Count (ETX)

4.5.5 Expected Transmission on a Path (ETOP)

4.5.6 Expected Transmission Time (ETT) and Weighted Cumulative ETT


4.5.7 Effective Number of Transmissions (ENT)

4.5.8 Metric of Interference and Channel Switching (MIC)

4.5.9 Bottleneck Link Capacity (BLC)

4.5.10 Expected Data Rate (EDR)

4.5.11 Low Overhead Routing Metric

4.5.12 Airtime Cost Routing Metric

4.5.13 Remaining Issues

4.6 Categories of Routing Protocols

4.6.1 Hop count based routing

4.6.2 Link level QoS routing

4.6.3 End to end QoS routing

4.6.4 Reliability aware routing

4.6.5 Stability aware routing

4.6.6 Power efficient routing

4.6.7 Scalable routing

4.7 Hop Count Based Routing Protocols

4.7.1 Light client management routing (LCMR) protocol

4.7.2 Orthogonal rendezvous routing (ORR) protocol

4.7.3 HEAT Protocol

4.8 Link Level QoS Based Routing Protocols

4.8.1 Link Quality Source Routing (LQSR) Protocol

4.8.2 Multi radio LQSR (MR LQSR) Routing Protocol

4.8.3 ExOR Routing Protocol

4.8.4 AODV spanning tree (AODV ST) protocol

4.9 Interference Based Routing: IRMA

4.10 Routing with Load Balancing

4.11 Routing Based on Residual Link Capacity 

4.12 End to End QoS Routing

4.12.1 Quality aware routing protocol

4.12.2 RingMesh Routing Protocol

4.12.3 Bandwidth reservation routing protocol

4.13 Reliability Based Routing: Multi Path Routing

4.13.1 Resilient OpportunisticMesh Routing(ROMER) protocol

4.13.2 Simple Two Path Routing Protocol

4.13.3 Multi Path Mesh (MMESH) Routing protocol

4.14 Stability Based Routing

4.15 Scalable Routing

4.15.1 Hierarchical Routing

4.15.2 Geographic Routing

4.16 Multi Channel Routing Protocols

4.16.1 Joint Channel Assignment and Routing

4.16.2 Distributed Joint Channel and Routing Protocol

4.17 Open Research Issues

5 Transport Layer

5.1 Challenges of a Transport Layer Protocol in Wireless Environments

5.2 Transport Layer Protocols for Multihop Ad Hoc Networks

5.2.1 Protocols for Reliable Data Transport

5.2.2 Protocols for Real Time Delivery

5.3 Transport Layer Protocols for WMNs

5.3.1 Transport Protocols Based on Hop by Hop Control 

5.3.2 DCCP for WMNs

5.4 Open Research Issues

6 Network Security

6.1 Security Attacks in WMNs

6.2 Counter Attack Measures

6.3 Security Schemes in Related Wireless Networks

6.3.1 Security of IEEE 802.11Wireless LANs

6.3.2 Security of IEEE 802.16Wireless MANs

6.3.3 Security of Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

6.4 Security Mechanisms forWMNs

6.4.1 Features and Challenges of A SecureWMN

6.4.2 Security of IEEE 802.11sWMN

6.4.3 Future Directions

6.5 Multi Layer Design for WMN Security

6.5.1 Research Issues in the Multi Layer Security

7 Network Control and Management

7.1 Mobility Management

7.1.1 Mobility Management in Related Wireless Networks

7.1.2 Mobility Management in WMNs

7.1.3 Open Research Issues

7.2 Power Management

7.2.1 Power Management in Related Wireless Networks .

7.2.2 Power Management in WMNs

7.2.3 Open Research Issues

7.3 Topology Control and Management

7.3.1 Topology Control and Management in Related Wireless Networks

7.3.2 Topology Control and Management in WMNs

7.4 Timing Synchronization

7.5 Traditional Network Management Functions

8 Network Capacity

8.1 Capacity Analysis

8.1.1 Notations and Terms

8.1.2 Capacity of Ad Hoc Networks without Mobility

8.1.3 Capacity of Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

8.1.4 Capacity of Ad Hoc Networks with Infrastructure Support

8.2 Capacity and Delay Tradeoff

8.2.1 The need of capacity delay tradeoff

8.2.2 Analytical Models and Definitions

8.2.3 Definitions of Throughput Delay Optimality

8.2.4 Throughput Delay Tradeoff in Static Networks

8.2.5 Throughput Delay Tradeoff in Mobile Networks

8.2.6 Open Research Issues

8.3 Applicability of Asymptotic Capacity Analysis to WMNs

9 Cross Layer Design

9.1 Motivations of Cross Layer Design

9.1.1 Layered Design versus Cross Layer Design 

9.1.2 Cross Layer Design in WMNs

9.2 Cross Layer Design Protocols and Optimization Algorithms

9.2.1 General Methodology of Cross Layer Design

9.2.2 MAC/Physical Cross Layer Design

9.2.3 Routing/MAC Cross Layer Design

9.2.4 Transport/Physical Cross Layer Design

9.2.5 Joint Optimization Algorithms Across Multiple Protocol Layers

9.3 Prudent Use of Cross Layer Design

10 Standards on Wireless Mesh Networks

10.1 Overview of IEEE 802Working Groups forWireless Networks

10.2 Overview of Industry Alliance/Forum for DifferentWireless Technologies

10.3 Standards for MeshedWireless LANs

10.3.1 Overview of IEEE 802.11 Standard Activities

10.3.2 IEEE 802.11s

10.4 Standards for MeshedWireless PANs

10.4.1 Overview of IEEE 802.15 Standard Activities

10.4.2 IEEE 802.15.5

10.4.3 UWB Based MeshedWireless PANs

10.4.4 Remaining Issues in Standards for Meshed Wireless PANs

10.5 Standards for MeshedWireless MANs 

10.5.1 Overview of IEEE 802.16 Standard Activities

10.5.2 IEEE 802.16 Mesh Mode

10.5.3 IEEE 802.16j 


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Januari 2009
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