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Exploiting multi-flow diversity for mitigating intra-flow interference in wireless mesh networks

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Exploiting multi-flow diversity for mitigating intra-flow interference in wireless mesh networks
We consider the problem of improving network capacity in wireless mesh networks from the angle of multi-flow diversity. As consecutive packets on a multihop path can interfere with one another within their interference range, the number of concurrent transmissions is limited, thereby degrading throughput performance. This intra-flow interference can be alleviated by enhancing multi-flow diversity in wireless mesh networks. Hence, we propose the use of a fair queueing policy to evenly distribute the traffic load to achieve fair bandwidth allocation among the flows. Through ns-2 simulations we subsequently show that CHOKe can effectively reduce intra-flow interference and improve throughput performance.
Taewoon Kim, Hyuk Lim, Chaegwon Lim
Added 18 Oct 2010
Updated 18 Oct 2010
Type Conference
Year 2008
Where CONEXT
Authors Taewoon Kim, Hyuk Lim, Chaegwon Lim
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