Link Stability inWireless Multi-Rate Ad Hoc Networks
Wireless ad hoc single-rate environments typically use a Distance Vector routing with a metric based on hop-count minimization. In practice, the technique of minimizing the distance does not reward in the case of multirate, therefore it may be prefereable to use protocols privileging link stability instead of speed and minimum distance. We study link stability in a wireless high mobility environment and propose a Route Discovery mechanism privileging the stablest link.
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