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The authors present an iterative joint scheduling-routing algorithm for characterizing the long-term performance of a cellular-relaying network. The physical layer model is based on ideal rate adaptation, fixed transmission power, and average interference. At the MAC layer, time-shares of a common channel are allocated to links in a CSMA/CA-like fashion. At the transport layer, one or more parallel routes can transfer the data flow from a source to the destination, and the average end-user rates are adjusted so as to maximize a global utility function.
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