Intra-flow interference

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For wireless transmission from S1 to D1, either S1-X1 and X2-D1, or X1-X2, can operate at any given time slot to avoid intra-flow interference between the links.

Intra-flow interference is interference between intermediate routers sharing the same flow path.

Application[edit]

In wireless routing, routing protocol WCETT,[1] MIC[2] and iAWARE[3] incorporate consideration to the intra-flow interference metric.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ R. Draves, J. Padhye, and B. Zill, “Routing in Multi-Radio, Multi-Hop Wireless Mesh Networks,” ACM MobiCom, Sept. 2004, pp. 114–28.
  2. ^ Y. Yang, J. Wang, and R. Kravets, “Designing Routing Metrics for Mesh Networks,” IEEE Workshop Wireless Mesh Networks, Sept. 2005.
  3. ^ A. P. Subramanian, M. M. Buddhikot, and S. C. Miller, “Interference Aware Routing in Multi-Radio Wireless Mesh Networks,” IEEE Workshop Wireless Mesh Networks, Sept. 2006, pp. 55–63.