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The Expected Transmission Count (ETX) metric is an advanced routing metric for finding high-throughput paths in multi-hop wireless networks. However, it has been determined that ETX is not immune to load sensitivity and route oscillations in a single radio environment. Route oscillations refer to the situation where packet transmission switches between two(More)
—I explore the use of quantum information as a security enabler for the future driverless vehicle. Specifically, I investigate the role combined classical and quantum information can have on the most important characteristic of the driverless vehicle paradigm-the vehicle location. By using information-theoretic verification frameworks, coupled with emerging(More)
— A telecommunications network that facilitates computers to exchange data is primarily referred to as computer network or data network; in which network or computing devices pass data to each other along data connections. Data is transferred in the form packets. The connections between nodes are established using either cable media or wireless media.(More)
We investigate LDPC code design for a multi-source single-relay system, with uniform phase-fading Gaussian channels. We specifically consider the asymmetric channels for multiple sources, where the channel condition for each source in the system is different. We focus on LDPC code design when network coding (NC) at the relay is utilized. For the asymmetric(More)
—We study the design of network codes for M-source N-relay (M − N − 1) wireless networks over slow-fading channels. Binary frame-wise network coding (BFNC) based on cyclic-shifting matrices is developed to achieve full diversity and good coding gain. We develop a criterion in the context of BFNC that if satisfied guarantees to achieve full diversity gain.(More)