Robust rate adaptation for 802.11 wireless networks

@inproceedings{Wong2006RobustRA,
  title={Robust rate adaptation for 802.11 wireless networks},
  author={Starsky H. Y. Wong and Songwu Lu and Hao Yang and Vaduvur Bharghavan},
  booktitle={MobiCom},
  year={2006}
}
Rate adaptation is a mechanism unspecified by the 802.11 standards, yet critical to the system performance by exploiting the multi-rate capability at the physical layer.I n this paper, we conduct a systematic and experimental study on rate adaptation over 802.11 wireless networks. Our main contributions are two-fold. First, we critique five design guidelines adopted by most existing algorithms. Our study reveals that these seemingly correct guidelines can be misleading in practice, thus incur… CONTINUE READING
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