Energy Consumption of TCP in Ad Hoc Networks

@article{Singh2004EnergyCO,
  title={Energy Consumption of TCP in Ad Hoc Networks},
  author={Harkirat Singh and Shivi Saxena and Suresh Singh},
  journal={Wireless Networks},
  year={2004},
  volume={10},
  pages={531-542}
}
In this paper we study the energy cost (protocol processing and communication cost) and goodput of different flavors of TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) in ad hoc networks. We implemented a testbed and measured the actual energy cost as well as goodput of running TCP Reno, Newreno, SACK (Selective ACKnowledgement) and a version that combines Explicit Link Failure Notification (ELFN) [7] and Explicit Congestion Notification (ECN) [5] in Newreno. We see that the use of ECN & ELFN does yield… Expand
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