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In Spring 2001, Dartmouth College installed a campus-wide 802.11b
wireless network. To understand how that network is used, we examined
the usage characteristics of the network over a five-week period. We
monitored access points to determine user behavior, and user and
network traffic characteristics. Because our study coincided with the
deployment of the access points, our analysis captures the growth of
a wireless network. The results of this study help understand the
behavior of mobile users and provide a reference to network engineers
wishing to deploy and expand similar wireless networks.
Senior Honors Thesis. Advisor: David Kotz.
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Pablo Stern, "Measuring early usage of Dartmouth's wireless network." Dartmouth Computer Science Technical Report TR2001-393, June 2001.
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