Interference Mitigation in Frequency Hopping Ad Hoc Networks

Jens Elsner
Radio systems today exhibit a degree of flexibility that was unheard of only a few years ago. Software-defined radio architectures have emerged that are able to service large swathes of spectrum, covering up to several GHz in the UHF bands. This dissertation investigates interference mitigation techniques in frequency hopping ad hoc networks that are capable of exploiting the frequency agility of software-defined radio platforms.
doi:10.5445/ir/1000031465 fatcat:35lnuhnrvvapzfqsvr6tadyf4y