Sébastien Henri

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Power-line communication (PLC) is widely used as it offers high data-rates and forms a network over electrical wiring, an existing and ubiquitous infrastructure. PLC is increasingly being deployed in hybrid networks that combine multiple technologies, the most popular among which is WiFi. However, so far, it is not clear to which extent PLC can boost(More)
Several technologies, such as WiFi, Ethernet and power-line communications (PLC), can be used to build residential and enterprise networks. These technologies often co-exist; most networks use WiFi, and buildings are readily equipped with electrical wires that can offer a capacity up to 1 Gbps with PLC. Yet, current networks do not exploit this rich(More)
In the last years, multipath routing has emerged as an efficient way to provide significant throughput gains. This has been observed both with technologies that do not self-interfere, such as Ethernet, and with technologies that do, such as WiFi, power-line communications, and LTE. With technologies that do not self-interfere, adding more paths is in theory(More)
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