A4 Conference proceedings

Cognitive wireless mesh network without common control channel evaluated in NS-3

Publication Details
Authors: Dick Carrillo Melgarejo
Publication year: 2015
Language: English
JUFO-Level of this publication: 0
Open Access: Not an Open Access publication


The CPqD Cognitive Mesh Network (CCMN) has been developed with traditional cognition elements, such as energy detection based sensing and with the ability to switch the data channel to take advantage of any available channels on a given radio-electric spectrum band. Many of the solutions that utilize cognitive mesh networks are based on the fact that it uses a common control channel (CCC) to manage the system. Therefore the Multi-Channel - One Interface Manager (MC-OIM) alg orithm was developed to maximize channel usage with a system that does not depend of any CCC . The MC-OIM algorithm was evaluated using network simulator ns-3 and simulation results were validated with testes that were done in a real scenario.

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