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InfoBeyond conducts the R&D in the area of wireless networking and communications. Our dedicated efforts encompass prototyping, developing, commercializing new and useful solutions to enhance the capabilities of wireless mobile communications (ad hoc, sensor, satellite, mesh, and cognitive radio networks). Corresponding solutions are designed to meet the specific government and civilian applications. Promoting innovative research, the team at InfoBeyond has been investigating the fundamental issues, such as mobile networking, mobility management, network capacity, network performance, information assurance in the distributed networking environment.

The above figure illustrates our research achievements in the high mobile networks (e.g., airborne networks), including the protocols for smart antennas array, networking configuration, quality of service, and applications (e.g., multicast and broadcasting), e.g., network coding and tomography to augment the ad hoc capacity in favor of information flows that could be randomly distributed among the networking nodes. Our accomplishments in the wireless network also include algorithms for spectrum sensing, distributed fusion, adaptive modulation, power allocation, and multi-hop route. In addition, our investigation spans through the sensor deployment, faulty sensor detection, distributed event detection and report, object tracking, security key deployment and management, and data fusion. In the wireless mesh network (e.g., SGSL, IEEE 802.16 or IEEE 802.11-based mesh), algorithms and protocols for spectrum optimization, dynamic spectrum decision-making, security, quality of service, mobility management, and handoff are studied for high quality of communications.

Our R&D in the wireless network and communication spans over heterogeneous mobile network domains. Figure 2 shows the cross domain networking and communications, authentications, service request and delivery cross multiple domains, and some other issues in the dynamic and hostile environments.


  


 
 
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