On Achievable Delay / Capacity Trade-offs in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

  title={On Achievable Delay / Capacity Trade-offs in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks},
  author={Gaurav Sharma and R. R. Mazumdar},
Recent work of Gupta and Kumar (2000) has shown that in a multi-hop wireless network the throughput capacity per source-destination pair goes to zero as the node density increases. While it has been shown that a constant throughput scaling per source-destination pair can be achieved in mobile ad hoc networks, the delay related aspects have not been considered in detail. In this paper, we study the delay-capacity trade-off in mobile ad hoc networks. We consider two canonical random mobility… CONTINUE READING
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