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Jamming-resistant Distributed Path Selection on Wireless Mesh Networks (demo)
31st IEEE Conference on Computer Communications (INFOCOM) (2012)
  • Yu Seung Kim, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Patrick Tague, Carnegie Mellon University
Abstract
Wireless mesh network is an emerging network architecture which have been actively standardized for the last few years. Because of its flexible network architecture, wireless mesh network can provide alternative paths even when some of wireless links are broken by node failures or intended attacks. Among various types of mesh network, we focus on the most recent mesh standard, IEEE 802.11s and its resiliency to jamming attack. In the demo, we show jamming effects on wireless mesh network and the performance of the hybrid wireless mesh protocol (HWMP) defined in IEEE 802.11s and our proposed distributed path selection protocol.
Publication Date
March, 2012
Publisher Statement
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Citation Information
Yu Seung Kim and Patrick Tague. "Jamming-resistant Distributed Path Selection on Wireless Mesh Networks (demo)" 31st IEEE Conference on Computer Communications (INFOCOM) (2012)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/patrick_tague/22/