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Effect of Mobility on the Outage and BER Performances of Digital Transmissions over Nakagami-m Fading Channels

The outage probability and average bit error rate (BER) of wireless digital systems in a Nakagami-m fading environment have been well analyzed in the literature. Most of the analysis considers static wireless terminals in which the received signal power follows a gamma distribution. However, many mobile and ad-hoc networks (MANETs) comprise of mobile receiving nodes […]

Dynamic Routing for Flying Ad Hoc Networks

This paper reports experimental results on self-organizing wireless networks carried by small flying robots. Flying ad hoc networks (FANETs) composed of small unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are flexible, inexpensive and fast to deploy. This makes them a very attractive technology for many civilian and military applications. Due to the high mobility of the nodes, maintaining […]

Mobility Models, Traces and Impact of Mobility on Opportunistic Routing Algorithms: A Survey

Mobile Opportunistic Network (MON) is characterized by intermittent connectivity where communication largely depends on the mobility pattern of the participating nodes. In MON, a node can take the custody of a packet for a long time and carry it until a new forwarding path has been established, unlike mobile adhoc network (MANET), where a node […]

On Delay Constrained Multicast Capacity of Large-Scale Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks

This paper studies the delay constrained multicast capacity of large scale mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs). We consider a MANET that consists of ns multicast sessions. Each multicast session has one source and p destinations. Each source sends identical information to the p destinations in its multicast session, and the information is required to be delivered to […]

Optimising Reactive Routing over Virtual Nodes in VANETs

The Virtual Node Layer (VNLayer) is a clusterbased approach to handle communications in mobile ad-hoc networks (MANETs), furnishing an abstraction of fixed geographical regions served by virtual nodes as a means to tackle the challenges raised by the mobility of the physical nodes. Several studies have proved that the VNLayer constructs can be applied to […]