Increasing Throughput Capacity of Multihop Wireless Networks
Allocate some link capacity a Ls at the sink to the one-hop source nodes and then determine the throughput for the source nodes that are two or more hops apart based on the remaining capacity. Many-to-one communication is a common communication mode. The performance challenges of multi-hop networks have long been recognized and have led to a lot of research on the medium access control, routing, and transport layers of the networking stack. The many-to-one throughput capacity and by same way, one-to-many throughput capacity of IEEE 802.11 wireless networks, in which many sources send data to a sink.
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