Experimental Study of Operating Wireless Peer-To-Peer Collaborative Networks
Cook, Glenn R.
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The implications of using peer-to-peer communications within an urban environment are significant for Military applications. From a networking perspective, the use of wireless technologies to support the collaboration may have impacts on bandwidth and spectrum utilization. This paper explores the effects of wireless peer-to-peer (P2P) network behavior on the performance of collaboration support applications. The results achieved during the limited objective experiment conducted by the Naval Postgraduate School demonstrate significant affects of roaming on application sharing performance and integration with clientserver applications. We discuss the wireless network operation challenges leading to the solutions for scaling up application sharing and improving collaborators self-organizing behavior.
Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Telecommunication Systems Modeling and Analysis October 3-6, 2002 Monterey, California
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