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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The Expected Transmission Count (ETX) is the most salient metric that assesses the link quality for wireless ad hoc and mesh networks. ... In this paper is presented an algorithm which makes the ETX metric more adapted for VANETs. Our contribution significantly improves the reactivity and the accuracy of the metric. ... Conclusion and future works In this paper we have presented the F-ETX metric, an enhancement of the classical ETX metric adapted to the fast changing environment like in VANETs. ...doi:10.1007/978-3-319-17765-6_4 fatcat:3zgdyofe4bcfld7lejjgp44i5q
However, current estimators have been designed for static wireless sensor networks and are not suitable in case of mobility. ... The main issue in this type of a network is the delivery of data to a destination. ... F-ETX: a predictive link state estimator for mobile networks S. ...doi:10.4108/eai.20-6-2016.151517 fatcat:p5to3qirivdgxkatiyibz56lxa
The emergence of cognitive radio network technology provides network nodes with abundant licensed and unlicensed channels to select for routing. ... In this paper, we propose a routing algorithm that incorporates the expected transmission count metric (ETX) to select highquality channels for routing on a hop-by-hop basis. ... SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION We have proposed to use ETX as a metric for multihop wireless cognitive network. ...doi:10.1109/medhocnet.2014.6849123 dblp:conf/medhocnet/LeRG14 fatcat:u6xzyt4p3fccda2az5ifg6ey2a
A routing metric is responsible for defining values for paths during the route creation process. ... LOADng (Lightweight On-demand Ad hoc Distance-vector Routing Protocol - Next Generation) is an emerging routing protocol that emerged as an alternative to RPL (IPv6 Routing Protocol for Low power and Lossy ... The results obtained by ETX are very close to the results of HC. ETX is an additive metric in function of the messages exchanged by the nodes at the MAC layer. ...doi:10.24138/jcomss.v13i2.376 fatcat:y7jcaqfvzbflzmuhnt32qhkoe4