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Channel-reuse for accumulative repetition message-forwarding on wireless ad-hoc networks

Authors Lai, K.K. HKUST affiliated (currently or previously)
Cheng, R.S. View this author's profile
Wong, A.K. View this author's profile
Issue Date 2008
Source IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference, WCNC , 2008, p. 2301-2306
Summary Maximizing the rate of transmission over a network with fixed amount of power gives the most economic way to communicate in a network. This paper investigates accumulative repetition forwarding strategy in a wireless ad-hoc network using cooperative forwarding approaches that allow adaptive power allocation among nodes. We analyze the feasibility and performance gain of channel reuse over this network, where multiple transmit-and-receive pairs coexist simultaneously using the same channel. Under this framework, we present the jointly optimal power allocation and channel reuse solution. This solution can be computed in polynomial time and brings significant improvement in network performance. © 2008 IEEE.
ISSN 1525-3511
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