Design Concepts Wireless Moving Networks

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Proceedings International Conference on Advanced Communication Technologies, Vol.2., 2004, pp. 703 - 708
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This paper reports on preliminary work on the design of an experimental ad hoc network to be deployed on moving platforms. We discuss and evaluate a moving wireless network consisting of a collection of wireless terminals operating as a moving wireless 'local' area network (m-WLAN) carried by a platform in motion. Each m-WLAN communicates wirelessly with a global fixed or wireless network through an anchor or master (M) node. The network travels at a speed v kmlhr as the master node maintains attachment to a global fixed network. The slave nodes and their master (M) node retain a wireless local area network structure in a mobile system scenario (truck, bus, train and airplane).
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