Wireless Heterogeneous Networks and Next Generation Internet

Ekici, Eylem; Vuran, Mehmet
October 2010
Mobile Networks & Applications;Oct2010, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p607
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the wireless heterogeneous networks and the next generation Internet. It mentions that the present developments in wireless access technologies and the rising number of mobile applications have made the Wireless Internet a reality. It notes on the management schemes, protocols, models, evaluation methods, and experimental studies of Wireless Internet.


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