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  • Ad-hoc nodes and internet connectivity using pseudo-wire interfaces 

    Thanthry, Nagaraja; Namuduri, Kameswara; Pendse, Ravi (IEEE, 2003-10-06)
    An increasing interest in supporting the nomadic nature of mobile nodes has lead to interesting ideas towards the deployment of Internet access to ad-hoc nodes. Most of the proposed solutions using mobile IP assume that ...
  • Bridging the generation gap 

    Bahety, V.; Pendse, Ravi (IEEE, 2005-12)
    The demand for mobile service increase many service providers which they start finding solutions for integrating third and fourth generation networks and to develop mobility protocols. This article introduces the macromobility, ...
  • Cross-layer analysis of route discovery process and its impact on the packet end-to-end delay in wireless Ad Hoc networks 

    Kadiyala, Murali Krishna; Pendse, Ravi (IEEE, 2006-09-25)
    This paper presents a cross-layer analysis of the route discovery process in ad hoc networks, and discusses the impact of this process on the packet end-to-end delay. The analysis primarily highlights the role of medium ...
  • The impact of medium access delays on the packet service-time in saturated ad hoc networks 

    Kadiyala, Murali Krishna; Paradi, Santosh; Pendse, Ravi (IEEE, 2010-10-05)
    Medium Access Control (MAC) delays significantly increase the packet service-time in saturated networks. As the number of contending nodes increases, the occurrence of collisions and cross-transmissions (CTs) also increases, ...
  • PCF vs DCF: A performance comparison 

    Rasheed, S.A.; Masnoon, K.; Thanthry, Nagaraja; Pendse, Ravi (IEEE, 2004)
    Wireless LANs are gaining importance at a very rapid pace. The idea of being mobile and connected to the Internet is driving new innovations in this area. With the recent innovations in the field of multimedia networks, ...
  • Quantizing the throughput reduction of IPSec with mobile IP 

    Khatavkar, D.; Hixon, E.R.; Pendse, Ravi (IEEE, 2002-08-04)
    The demand for immediate and universal access to information is increasing rapidly, leading to the desire for mobile access to the Internet. The Mobile Internet Protocol (Mobile IP) provides mobility to Internet users with ...
  • Transport of flight critical data over Internet protocol 

    Ragothaman, Vijay; Baloch, Fariha; Pendse, Ravi (IEEE, 2005-10-30)
    The growth of the Internet in recent times can be attributed to people's need to access information quickly. This, combined with the need to provide seamless connectivity to mobile users, has led to the development of ...