Wireless Internet


Already in the near future, communication and computing devices will be in a state that technologically enables mass market scale ubiquitous services and applications. The WInt group explores the impact of the wireless and mobile networks to the behavior and performance of the Internet protocols and develops protocol enhancements and new protocols for seamless connectivity and communication in the future wireless and mobile Internet.

Our research on wireless and mobile communication started in September 1993 over ten years ago. Since then we have developed Mowgli architecture, Seawind emulator, and numerous protocols in addition to several published papers.

Recent projects:

IoT - DIGILE Internet of Things

WiBrA - Wireless Broadband Access

WISEciti - Wireless Community Services for Mobile Citizens

Future Internet - Finnish ICT SHOK Research Programme: Future Internet

Past projects