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Improving TCP Performance in Multi Hop Mobile Adhoc Network

  title={Improving TCP Performance in Multi Hop Mobile Adhoc Network},
  author={Raghuraj Singh},
TCP is a window-based flow and congestion control protocol that uses a sliding window mechan ism to manage its data transmission. The purpose of this scheme is to guarantee that the sender adjusts its transmission rate to meet both sender and receiver needs. Thus, the TCP sender contains a v riable denoted window determining the amount of packets it can send into the network before receiving an ACK. This variable changes dynamically over time to properly limi t the connection’s sending rate… 

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