Performance evaluation of wireless IEEE 802.11(b) used for ad-hoc networks in an e-learning classroom network
Ghosh, A., Lasebae, A. and Ever, E. 2009. Performance evaluation of wireless IEEE 802.11(b) used for ad-hoc networks in an e-learning classroom network. 3rd IT Student Conference for the Next Generation. University of East London, London, UK 21 - 22 Nov 2009
|Performance evaluation of wireless IEEE 802.11(b) used for ad-hoc networks in an e-learning classroom network
|Ghosh, A., Lasebae, A. and Ever, E.
Evaluation of wireless networks for performance evaluation is a popular research area and a wealth of literature exists in this area. Wireless networks in infrastructure mode as well as Ad-hoc networks such as MANETs are considered extensively. Simulation results are provided for E-learning scenarios for cases where wireless networks in infrastructure mode are employed, however the possibilities of using ad- hoc networks and performance evaluation of e-learning scenarios with ad hoc networks are not considered. This paper presents an evaluation of the performances for wireless Ad-hoc networks employed in typical e-learning environment by using the OPNET modeller. Numerical simulation results, discussions and comparisons are provided. The results can be of great help for optimisation studies in typical e-learning environments. The performance issues are considered together with scalability concerns.
|3rd IT Student Conference for the Next Generation
|22 Nov 2009
|Publication process dates
|18 Aug 2015
|21 Nov 2009
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