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CORR
2008
Springer
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Path Loss Exponent Estimation in Large Wireless Networks
In wireless channels, the path loss exponent (PLE) has a strong impact on the quality of the links, and hence, it needs to be accurately estimated for the efficient design and oper...
Sunil Srinivasa, Martin Haenggi
GLOBECOM
2006
IEEE
8 years 9 months ago
Online Calibration of Path Loss Exponent in Wireless Sensor Networks
— The path loss exponent (PLE) is a parameter indicating the rate at which the received signal strength (RSS) decreases with distance, and its value depends on the specific prop...
Guoqiang Mao, Brian D. O. Anderson, Baris Fidan
ADHOC
2010
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8 years 7 days ago
A new distributed topology control algorithm for wireless environments with non-uniform path loss and multipath propagation
Each node in a wireless multi-hop network can adjust the power level at which it transmits and thus change the topology of the network to save energy by choosing the neighbors wit...
Harish Sethu, Thomas Gerety
TSP
2010
7 years 10 months ago
Distributed estimation of channel gains in wireless sensor networks
We consider the problem of distributed channel estimation in a sensor network which employs a random sleep strategy to conserve energy. If the N network nodes are randomly placed a...
Sivagnanasundaram Ramanan, John MacLaren Walsh
LCN
2008
IEEE
8 years 10 months ago
Hyperbolic location estimation of malicious nodes in mobile WiFi/802.11 networks
—Hyperbolic position bounding (HPB) provides a mechanism to probabilistically delimit the location of a wireless network malicious insider to a candidate area. A large scale path...
Christine Laurendeau, Michel Barbeau
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