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Retransmission Persistence Management with ARQ in Multi-Hop Wireless Network
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 Title & Authors
Retransmission Persistence Management with ARQ in Multi-Hop Wireless Network
Oh, Bong-Hwan; Kim, Seog-Gyu; Lee, Jaiyong;
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 Abstract
Multi-hop wireless networks has become common phenomenon according to a development of wireless communications and an increase of usage of wireless link. ARQ is one of the common protocols in link layer and can improve a link performance recovering packet loss in wireless link. However, ARQ cannot sufficient to assure a end-to-end performance because ARQ only manages the ARQ's own link. In this paper, we propose a new retransmission persistence for ARQ in multi-hop wireless network to satisfy the end-to-end performance. The proposed scheme can aware a bottleneck link according to the exchange of link information between ARQs and can support the end-to-end performance by managing a retransmission persistence. OPNET simulator is used to evaluate the performance of the proposed scheme and results show that proposed scheme can improve the end-to-end performance with satisfying a requirement of entire wireless section.
 Keywords
ARQ;multihop wireless network;retransmission persistence;E2E performance;link layer protocol;
 Language
Korean
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