Inter-flow interference

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In such a wireless topology with 2 path flows (S1-D1 and S2-D2), at any given time either wireless transmission from S1-X1, or S2-X2, can be functional. Similarly either X1-X2, or X3-X4, can operate any given time slot to avoid inter-flow interference.

In wireless routing, inter-flow interference refers to the interference between neighboring routers competing for the same busy channel.

The inter-flow interference routing metric is incorporated in MIC[1] and iAWARE[2] wireless routing protocol.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Yang, Yaling; Wang, Jun; Kravets, Robin (26 September 2005). Designing Routing Metrics for Mesh Networks (PDF). First IEEE Workshop on Wireless Mesh Networks (WiMesh-2005). IEEE. 
  2. ^ Subramanian, Anand Prabhu; Buddhikot, Milind M; Miller, Scott (25 September 2006). Interference Aware Routing in Multi-Radio Wireless Mesh Networks (PDF). IEEE Workshop Wireless Mesh Networks (WiMesh 2006). pp. 55–63. 

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