Splash: Fast Data Dissemination with Constructive Interference in Wireless Sensor Networks

  title={Splash: Fast Data Dissemination with Constructive Interference in Wireless Sensor Networks},
  author={Manjunath Doddavenkatappa and Mun Choon Chan and Ben Leong},
It is well-known that the time taken for disseminating a large data object over a wireless sensor network is dominated by the overhead of resolving the contention for the underlying wireless channel. In this paper, we propose a new dissemination protocol called Splash, that eliminates the need for contention resolution by exploiting constructive interference and channel diversity to effectively create fast and parallel pipelines over multiple paths that cover all the nodes in a network. We call… CONTINUE READING
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