AffiliationUniversity of California
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AbstractWireless LAN (WLAN) has been extensively deployed in commercial, scientific and home applications due to the availability of low-cost wireless Network lnterace Cards (NICs) based on the IEEE802.11 standard. The purpose of this work is to study experimentally the behavior of an IEEE802.11 wireless network when the nodes arc characterized by mobility up to the speed of 240 km/h. This study leads to the understanding of the survivability and the performance of a connection under various aggressive mobility conditions. These studies may be adapted for data telemetry from mobile airborne nodes to fixed networks or between airborne nodes.
SponsorsInternational Foundation for Telemetering