Support for Multimedia Traffic in Mobile, Distributed, Multiple-Hop Wireless Networks. Steven Boyd S.U.R.E. Program 2003. Presentation Overview. Project Background Current Routing Protocols Improving the Protocols Network Model Conclusions Future Work. Project Background.
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Support for Multimedia Traffic in Mobile, Distributed, Multiple-Hop Wireless Networks
S.U.R.E. Program 2003
Determined by the Power Rate and Information Rate for the Link
Failed Tx Metric
Determined by the number of failed forwarding attempts on the link.
Determined by the amount of traffic at the receiving terminal.
Re-routing based only on total value of link resistance
Does not account for time validity of data stored in neighbor tables
Re-routing based on individual components of link resistance
Takes into consideration the time validity of data.
16 Mobile Nodes
9 Stationary Nodes