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Link state opportunistic routing for multihop wireless networks

  • Cédric GueguenEmail author
  • Philippe Fabian
  • Xavier Lagrange
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Abstract

Enhancing the quality of service is the crucial issue of future wireless networks. In this paper, we propose a new multihop wireless routing protocol inspired by opportunistic resource allocation strategies that take into account the variability of the radio conditions due to path loss, shadowing and multipath fading. Thanks to this knowledge, our proposition dynamically adapts the selected path accross time. The adaptation is function of each link state and the amount of channel information available. This allows to improve system performance in terms of delay and throughput. This solution can be used in all multihop wireless contexts but can have a special interest in wireless coverage zone extension context. Simulation results will show that the proposed routing protocol greatly outperforms the other existing protocols such as ad-hoc on-demand distance vector, optimized link state routing and extremely opportunistic routing protocols reducing mean packet delays by more than 50% in several scenarii.

Keywords

Wireless network Multihop network Opportunistic routing Multipath fading Quality of service 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.IRISAUniversity of Rennes 1RennesFrance

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