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The SOPRANO project involves a novel adaptive and scalable wireless network architecture utilizing a mixture of cellular and multihop packet radio system topologies with the potential to support a variety of applications including high-datarate Internet and multimedia traffic at a reasonable degree of implementation complexity. This article discusses the potential benefits of this structure and addresses several relevant issues necessary to support such a network. More specifically, it focusesdoi:10.1109/mcom.2002.1007421 fatcat:23hpnlo2rrgkbgr7c7svm4oqme