Analysis of the Topology for Moving Wireless Networks

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This document presents an analysis of the factors that influence the network topology in a broadband mobile wireless as hoc networks moving on platforms. This paper focuses on studying the topology for networks where the nodes carrying the access points are constantly moving within urban areas. The influence of the number of nodes as well as the structure of the streets (type of mobility) on the network topology is also studied. To do that, this paper will first present methods to analyze the influence of the velocity of the nodes on the network topology. Second, the implications of number of nodes and type of mobility combination are also analyzed. When there are more nodes in a certain type of mobility area, it is expected that the topology of the network follow that structure shape.
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