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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Modern wireless devices, such as those that implement the 802.11b standard, utilize multiple transmission rates in order to accommodate a wide range of channel conditions. Traditional ad hoc routing protocols typically use minimum hop paths. These paths tend to contain long range links that have low effective throughput and reduced reliability in multi-rate networks. In this work, we present the Medium Time Metric (MTM), which is derived from a general theoretical model of the attainabledoi:10.1007/978-3-540-24614-5_19 fatcat:jvlnawlqwjhvppmpj3y4z3fbsm