2010
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-11733-6_13
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Abstract: Abstract. Today, the access networks face two main challenges: the increasing bandwidth demand and mobility trends. All this will require fundamental changes to the operations of access networks, the functionality of network nodes and the architecture itself. By other side, the evolution of computing and communication networks toward decentralized and distributed systems implies that all the intelligence is on the edge nodes of the networks. Integrating wireless devices with the traditional wired grid infrastr… Show more

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“…4. Architecture for Wireless Grids [22] The architecture uses an edge interface (edge router) to connect the wireless grids to the broadband infrastructure (access network). Then, the wireless grid solutions offer broadband users the maximum ability to share documents, music, cameras, displays, printers, and sensors.…”
Section: Wired Networkmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…4. Architecture for Wireless Grids [22] The architecture uses an edge interface (edge router) to connect the wireless grids to the broadband infrastructure (access network). Then, the wireless grid solutions offer broadband users the maximum ability to share documents, music, cameras, displays, printers, and sensors.…”
Section: Wired Networkmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Block diagram of wireless grids systems architecture [22] As seen in Fig. 5, the wireless grid system architecture is divided into two or four main segments (depending on the solution): edge router, link to access point equipment, access point equipment, and devices.…”
Section: Figmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…[22] As seen in Fig. 5, the wireless grid system architecture is divided into two or four main segments (depending on the solution): edge router, link to access point equipment, access point equipment, and devices.…”
Section: Wireless Grids Architecturementioning
confidence: 99%