Statistical analysis of wireless networks predicting performance in multiple environments
Miller, Christopher Ryan.
Buttrey, Samuel E.
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With the advent of easily accessible, deployable, and usable 802.11 technology, users can connect and network with practically any infrastructure that exists today. Due to that simplicity and ease of use, it only seems logical that the military and tactical users should also employ these technologies. The questions regarding 802.11 network performances in a hostile and signal-unfriendly environment (i.e., high temperature and high humidity) have yet to be answered. The goal of this thesis is to quantify 802.11 network capabilities, in terms of throughput, while it is employed in those areas. Ultimately, the objective is to produce statistical models able to represent any variations in the 802.11 signals and network due to those environmental factors.
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