Synopses & Reviews
The most common complaints of today's cell phone users are poor reception, a lost signal that cuts off a call, and the inability to put a call through. Today's wireless providers struggle to ensure these problems do not occur. This book is an in-depth examination of two of the hottest research areas relating to these challenges: location management and mobile wireless routing.
Market Wireless communications engineers and researchers, as well as students in graduate-level computer science, electrical engineering, or telecommunications courses.
As wireless users become increasingly mobile, it is critical to track their location and establish communications links between them. This work examines past, present and future advances in location management and routing protocols for both single-hop and multi-hop mobile wireless networks.