Data Bit-Rate Instability in Wireless Multi-Rate Ad Hoc Networks
Wireless Ad-hoc single-rate environments typically use a Distance Vector routing with a metric based on the minimization of the hop-count. In practice, the technique of minimizing the distance does not reward in the case of multi-rate, therefore it may be prefereable touse protocols privileging the link's transmission speed instead of the minimum distance. Our study aims toward the stability of the link in a wireless high mobility environment; we explore and hypothesize how to privilege, in the choice of routes, the stablest link.
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- Crescenzio Gallo, 2005. "The design and development of Mobile Ad Hoc Networks," Quaderni DSEMS 05-2005, Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche, Matematiche e Statistiche, Universita' di Foggia.
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