Presentation 2007-11-22
Push to talk Application in Wireless Ad-hoc Network
Hiroyuki INAMURA,
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Abstract(in English) The wireless ad-hoc network is a self-configuring mesh network which consists of many radio nodes connected by wireless links. This network is expected to be applied to communication system for aid workers in disaster areas because it can construct that easily at anytime and anywhere without wired infrastructure. In such a case, to do a systematic support activity, the broadcast voice talk system like the wireless transceiver is needed with the restricted group talk function. This paper introduces the structure of the broadcast telephone call system known as the Push-to-talk (PTT) and it proposes our method of PTT application over wireless ad-hoc network. Moreover, we performed functional test with prototype node, and confirmed validity.
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Keyword(in English) Ad-Hoc network / Wireless communication / OLSR / Multicast / Push-to-Talk / Group talk
Paper # OCS2007-73,OFT2007-45
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Conference Date 2007/11/14(1days)
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Title (in English) Push to talk Application in Wireless Ad-hoc Network
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Keyword(1) Ad-Hoc network
Keyword(2) Wireless communication
Keyword(3) OLSR
Keyword(4) Multicast
Keyword(5) Push-to-Talk
Keyword(6) Group talk
1st Author's Name Hiroyuki INAMURA
1st Author's Affiliation Power & Industrial Systems R&D Center, TOSHIBA CORPORATION()
Date 2007-11-22
Paper # OCS2007-73,OFT2007-45
Volume (vol) vol.107
Number (no) 344
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 4
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