CPTT: A High-Throughput Coding-Aware Routing Metric for Multi-Hop Wireless Networks

Network coding is widely recognized as a promising approach to increase the throughput of wireless networks. In order to maximize the benefit of network coding, the consideration of potential coding opportunities is incorporated into the route selection, which is referred to as coding-aware routing. Most of existing coding-aware routing metrics are designed based on traditional routing metrics like Expected Transmission Count (ETX) and fail to take many critical factors into account, such as traffic load, link transmission rate and interference. Therefore, the routes discovered with them are always sub-optimal.

Provided by: University of Florence Topic: Mobility Date Added: Nov 2012 Format: PDF

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