TCP Over Wireless Networks


In Multi-Hop Wireless Networks, nodes act both as end-hosts as well as intermediate routers. When communication occurs, these nodes form chains between different sources and destinations. Researchers have studied how these chains behave, discovering that MAC lever interactions play a major role in determining their performance. We extend this analysis to study how TCP connections, connections with bidirectional flows, behave over wireless chains.

Related Publications


  1. Bullet 2009


  1. i. TCP Over Multi-Hop Wireless Networks: The Impact of MAC Level Interactions, Poster Presentation at Illinois Wireless Summer School, Illinois Center for Wireless Systems, UIUC


  1. ii. Adnan Majeed, S. Razak, N.B. Abu-Ghazaleh, K.A. Harras, TCP Over Multi-Hop Wireless Networks: The Impact of MAC Level Interactions, 8th International Conference on Ad Hoc Networks and Wireless (AD HOC NOW)