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Broadband Wireless Service Provisioning Through a Wireless Mesh Backhaul
Citation key SKSBESH-BWSPTWMB-11
Author Sengul, Cigdem and Kollecker, Lars and Steinbach, André and Bayer, Nico and Einsiedler, Hans J. and Sivchenko, Dmitry and von Hugo, Dirk
Title of Book Proceedings of the Conference on Intelligence in Next Generation Networks (ICIN '11)
Pages 163–168
Year 2011
ISBN 978-1-61284-319-3
Online ISBN 978-1-61284-320-9
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ICIN.2011.6081066
Location Berlin, Germany
Address New York, NY, USA
Month October
Publisher IEEE
Abstract This paper describes results achieved within recently successfully completed EU projects CARMEN (CARrier grade MEsh Networks) and PANLABII (PAN European LABoratory for next generation networks and services). The main contribution of the CARMEN project is the design and prototype of a wireless mesh network that allows quality of service provisioning. Currently, CARMEN functionalities are evaluated using a 9-node mesh testbed. However, thanks to the PANLABII project, which develops a federation platform for independent distributed testbeds, now, CARMEN functions can be tested in various network environments and under different traffic conditions. Through such performance evaluation versatility, it becomes possible to prove the scalability and efficiency of mesh technology for providing broadband services.
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