Radio/PHY | Radio Resource Management | Mobile Networks and Protocols | Mobile Computing

 
WINLAB Publications related to Mobile
Networks


Mobile Networks and Protocols
This area covers architectures and protocols for next-generation wireless networks. Specific topics of activity in the mobile networking area at WINLAB include cellular-Internet convergence, 3G/WiFi hybrid networks, next-gen WLAN including directional/60 Ghz radio, ad hoc and mesh networks, vehicular networks, cross-layer protocol design, end-to-end transport protocols for mobility services, mobile content delivery and related caching algorithms, high-level mobile Internet archtiecture, and future Internet architecture design and prototyping.

 

Some ongoing research themes:

 - routing and MAC for 60 Ghz 802.11ad networks

 - cross-layer scheduling and application adaptation in 3G/WiMax networks

 - cache-and-forward (CNF) architecture for mobile content delivery

 - storage-aware routing methods and hop-by-hop transport

 - separation of naming and addressing in mobile networks

 - implementation of global name resolution service (GNRS)

 - protocol support for multi-homing and advanced multicast services

 - delay tolerant networking techniques for disconnected mobile users



Contact:
Prof. D. Raychaudhuri
732-932-6857
Ext. 638   
ray@winlab.rutgers.edu

Selected Papers

PARMA: A Cross-Layer Routing Metric for Ad-Hoc Networks

PHY Layer Rate Control and Frequency Selection in Ad-Hoc Networks

Cross-Layer TCP Performance Enhancement

Mobility Emulation on a Wireless Grid

Virtual Base Station

GSTAR Storage Routing

DMap Global Name Resolution Service

MobilityFirst Architecture

 


 

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