Comparison of routing metrics for static multi-hop wireless networks

  title={Comparison of routing metrics for static multi-hop wireless networks},
  author={Richard Draves and Jitendra Padhye and Brian Zill},
Routing protocols for wireless ad hoc networks have traditionally focused on finding paths with minimum hop count. However, such paths can include slow or lossy links, leading to poor throughput. A routing algorithm can select better paths by explicitly taking the quality of the wireless links into account. In this paper, we conduct a detailed, empirical evaluation of the performance of three link-quality metrics---ETX, per-hop RTT, and per-hop packet pair---and compare them against minimum hop… CONTINUE READING
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