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Opportunistic communications based on distributed width-controllable braided multipath routing in wireless sensor networks

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Opportunistic communications based on distributed width-controllable braided multipath routing in wireless sensor networks
Multipath routing, especially braided multipath routing (BMR), has become a powerful tool to provide reliable and energy-efficient packet transmissions against wireless links losses and node failures. In previous literatures, most of the construction methods of braided multipath routes are centralized and inefficient. By exploiting the broadcast nature of wireless mediums, opportunistic routings proposed recently bring much more reliability and efficiency for wireless communications. In this paper, with the idea of opportunistic routings, we propose a distributed width-controllable braided multipath routing (WC-BMR) based on local neighbor’s information for data collections in wireless sensor networks. By only attaching a little information to data packets, the transmission direction can be restricted near the main route. Heterogeneous widths, namely, different widths on different hops from the source to the sink can also be supported to adapt to the dynamic and heterogeneous wire...
Xinjiang Sun, Hao Chen, Xiaobei Wu, Xinjie Yin, We
Added 28 Mar 2016
Updated 28 Mar 2016
Type Journal
Year 2016
Where ADHOC
Authors Xinjiang Sun, Hao Chen, Xiaobei Wu, Xinjie Yin, Wenzhan Song
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