Application Note

Modeling an Ad Hoc Network with Transceivers

Source: Remcom
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A mobile ad hoc network (MANET) is a self-configured network of mobile devices connected without infrastructures or wires. These peer-to-peer networks are able to provide reliable communications in emergency situations where fixed infrastructures may not be available. This application note demonstrates the capabilities of the Wireless InSite Transceivers from Remcom. Download the full paper for how these devices provide a quick way to set up and model ad hoc networks where nodes can act as both transmitter and receiver.

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