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Additional resources for Ad-hoc Networks: Fundamental Properties and Network Topologies

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38 3 Modeling Ad-hoc Networks Our measurements roughly agree with the theoretical lognormal radio propagation model. However, despite this match, based on these measurements alone we may not conclude with certainty that radio propagation in ISM bands for wireless ad-hoc networks can be modeled with a lognormal radio model. Our measurements are unfortunately not extensive enough and, foremost, not very reliable. There are several reasons for the unreliability of the data: 1. The position determination method used by us is inaccurate.

M×n The expected value of the hopcount is E[dm×n ] = 4 − E[hm×n ] = m+n 3 if m n = √ O( N ). 2 Regular lattice graph model 23 1 1 2 Possible hops along one dimension with 3 nodes 0 0 1 1 0 2 Possible hops with zero-length hops along one dimension Fig. 6. Hopcount along a one-dimensional lattice. ) is the big-O asymptotic order notation [51] 2 . 6), we start with a one–dimensional lattice of 1 × n nodes. 6, top part). n−1 ] = n−1 k Pr [h = k] = k=1 k=1 2k(n − k) n+1 = . n(n − 1) 3 In a 2-dimensional lattice, any hopcount from one node to another can be projected to a corresponding number of one-dimensional horizontal and vertical hops.

In other words, for a reliable model we need to have an accurate description of radio propagation characteristics that determine the link probability between nodes in wireless environments. 1 we provide an incomprehensive overview of radio propagation theory. 3. 1 Radio propagation essentials Radio propagation characterization and modeling the radio channel has always been one of the most diﬃcult parts of the design of terrestrial wireless communication systems. A mobile wireless ad-hoc network is no exception.