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Paper: Optimization of jitter configuration for reactive route discovery in wireless mesh networks

Jitter is a small, random variation of timing before message emission that is widely used in non-synchronized wireless communication. It is employed to avoid collisions caused by simultaneous transmissions by adjacent nodes over the same channel. In reactive (on-demand) routing…
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Paper: An Adaptive Jitter Mechanism for Reactive Route Discovery in Sensor Networks

This paper analyses the impact of jitter when applied to route discovery in reactive (on-demand) routing protocols. In multi-hop non-synchronized wireless networks, jitter—a small, random variation in the timing of message emission—is commonly employed, as a means to avoid collisions…
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Paper: Collection Tree Extension of Reactive Routing Protocol for Low-Power and Lossy Networks

This paper proposes an extension to reactive routing protocol, for efficient construction of a collection tree for data acquisition in sensor networks. The Lightweight On-Demand Ad hoc Distance Vector Routing Protocol-Next Generation (LOADng) is a reactive distance vector protocol which…
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Paper: Efficient Data Acquisition in Sensor Networks:Introducing (the) LOADng Collection Tree Protocol

This paper proposes an extension to the “LLN On-demand Ad hoc Distance-vector Routing Protocol – Next Generation” (LOADng), for efficient construction of a collection tree for data acquisition in sensor networks. The extension uses the mechanisms from LOADng, imposes minimal…
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