Diseño de un Esquema Cross-Layer para el Balance entre Eficiencia Energética y Calidad de Servicio en la Transmisión de Tráfico Multimedia en Redes Ad-Hoc.

@inproceedings{Martinez2017DiseoDU,
  title={Dise{\~n}o de un Esquema Cross-Layer para el Balance entre Eficiencia Energ{\'e}tica y Calidad de Servicio en la Transmisi{\'o}n de Tr{\'a}fico Multimedia en Redes Ad-Hoc.},
  author={G. Martínez and Santiago Ren{\'a}n},
  year={2017}
}
El presente trabajo de tesis doctoral aborda la problematica de las limitaciones de energia en redes inalambricas ad hoc. En este tipo de redes, los nodos generalmente emplean baterias como fuente de alimentacion, lo que limita de forma dramatica la autonomia de funcionamiento. Los nodos con mayor agotamiento de energia constituyen potenciales elementos para la perdida de conectividad parcial o total de la red ocasionando el incremento de la perdida de paquetes. Por tanto, la gestion eficiente… Expand

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