DCNC: throughput maximization via delay controlled network coding for wireless mesh networks

@article{Qu2016DCNCTM,
  title={DCNC: throughput maximization via delay controlled network coding for wireless mesh networks},
  author={Yuben Qu and Chao Dong and Chen Chen and Hai Wang and Chang Tian and Shaojie Tang},
  journal={Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing},
  year={2016},
  volume={16},
  pages={137-149}
}
Network coding (NC) can greatly improve the performance of wireless mesh networks (WMNs) in terms of throughput and reliability, and so on. However, NC generally performs a batch-based transmission scheme, the main drawback of this scheme is the inevitable increase in average packet delay, that is, a large batch size may achieve higher throughput but also induce larger average packet delay. In this work, we put our focus on the tradeoff between the average throughput and packet delay; in… CONTINUE READING

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  • Extensive simulations show that, when faced with the diversified and time-varying delay requirements, DCNC can constantly fulfill the delay requirements, for example, achieving over 95% efficient packet delivery ratio (EPDR) in all instances under good channel quality, and also obtains higher throughput than the state-of-art protocol.

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