Useful links and references

Physical layer

Theodore S. Rappaport "Wireless Communications" 2e, Prentice Hall @2002

A beamforming primer by Toby Haynes (ppt).

Why Antennas Radiate


Why An Antenna Radiates by Ken Macleish,
Why Antennas Radiate by Stuart G. Downs,
Electromagnetic Radiation Explained by Jim Hawkins.

DIY 802.11 antennas

Antenna on the chip

Yuban antenna

MAC layer

MACA-BI and MARCH - C.K. Toh "Ad-Hoc Mobile Wireless Networks" Prentice Hall @2002

BB (Black Burst)

FAMA

GAMA

MACAW

GSM

Intro to GSM

Satellites

NASA's J-Track

Satellite Companies

Teledesic

SkyBridge

ICO

Globalstar

Iridium

Ellipso

Wireless LANs

802.11

The 802.11 standard (aka "The real thing").

IEEE 802.11 Working Group

Free IEEE 802.xx standards

802.11 Planet

Bluetooth

The IEEE 802.15.1 standard.

Bluetooth.com

A Bluetooth tutorial

A non-technicalintroduction to Bluetooth at HowStuffWorks.com.

Another Bluetooth tutorial

Jennifer Bray and Charles F. Sturman "Bluetooth - Connect without cables" Prentice Hall 2001

Pretty good Bluetooth FAQ

Mobile IP

RFC 3220 - Mobile IP for IP v4

RFC 3224 - Reverse tunneling for Mobile IP

Mobile IP for IP v6

Mobile IP tutorial by Charles E. Perkins (THE big daddy for Mobile IP).

Ad Hoc Routing

A review of Current Routing Protocols for Ad-Hoc Mobile Wireless Networks

DSDV

Fisheye State Routing (FSR)

AODV

DREAM

QoS in Ad-Hoc Networks

Sensor Networks

A Survey on Sensor Networks Ian F. Akyildiz, Weilian Su, Yogesh Sankarasubramaniam, and Erdal Cayirci IEEE Communications Magazine " August 2002

TCP for wireless

TCP over wireless review 1

TCP over wireless review 2

TCP over wireless review 3

Snoop Improving TCP/IP performance over wireless networks.

TULIP: Christina Parsa and J. J. Garcia-Luna-Aceves, "Improving TCP Performance over Wireless Networks at the Link Layer", ACM Mobile Networks and Applications, no. 1, vol. 5, pp. 57-71, 2000.

Fixed Wireless Broadband

IEEE 802.16

802.16 Tutorial - IEEE Communications Magazine June 2002

The standards: 802.16-2004 (also known as part d - for stationary users) as well as 802.16e-2005 (also known as part e - extensions for mobile users).

802.16 news

WirelesMAN.org

IEEE 802.16 group

Mesh Networks

Mesh Networks

Seattle Wireless

No Cat

Nokia RoofTop

Miscellaneous

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