Directional Antennas in MANET Radio Networks

This short talk will outline the ACTI collaborative research programme which explores the implications of using directional antennas in MANET radio networks. This topic is of current interest partly because of the growing use of mmWave bands where directional antennas are both essential for link budget and of reasonable size. Adapting beam directions in a mobile topology has far-reaching implications for the MANET stack including radio resource management and routing.

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