PPR: partial packet recovery for wireless networks

@inproceedings{Jamieson2007PPRPP,
  title={PPR: partial packet recovery for wireless networks},
  author={Kyle Jamieson and Hari Balakrishnan},
  booktitle={SIGCOMM},
  year={2007}
}
Bit errors occur in wireless communication when interference or noise overcomes the coded and modulated transmission. Current wireless protocols may use forward error correction (FEC) to correct some small number of bit errors, but generally retransmit the whole packet if the FEC is insufficient. We observe that current wireless mesh network protocols retransmit a number of packets and that most of these retransmissions end up sending bits that have already been received multiple times, wasting… CONTINUE READING
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