Butteries in the Mesh: Lightweight Localized Wireless Network Coding

  title={Butteries in the Mesh: Lightweight Localized Wireless Network Coding},
  author={Soji Omiwade and R. J. Zheng and Cunqing Hua},
  journal={2008 Fourth Workshop on Network Coding, Theory and Applications},
In this paper, BFLY-a lightweight localized network coding protocol for wireless mesh networks-is proposed. To supplement forwarding packets in classical networks, intermediate wireless nodes code packets from different sources, so that each transmission's information content is increased by a factor of more than one. Prior work allowed intermediate nodes to code (i.e, XOR) packets such that the recipient of that coded message must decode the message before forwarding. BFLY, however, allows… CONTINUE READING
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