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Reliable low-latency networking: many radios, many paths

Bel Makhfi, Abdel Aziz (2023) Reliable low-latency networking: many radios, many paths.

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Abstract:Including multiple radios on a single device provides the potential for improved reliability and reduced latency in the network. The cost of using this technology includes higher energy consumption and increased networking overhead. This research aims to investigate and evaluate the trade-offs between using multi-radio networking and single-radio networking, with emphasis on determining the optimal circumstances for both approaches. This research will makes use of the One simulator environment to evaluate the performance of both multi-radio and single-radio networks, with emphasis on important factors such as energy efficiency, delivery probability and throughput. By comparing the results of the simulations, this research aims to identify when the network benefits most to employ either multi-radio networking or single-radio networking, while keeping in mind what the desired quality of service is. The findings of this study will give us valuable information on decision-making regarding the selection of networking technologies for different situations, optimizing the energy consumption, reliability and throughput.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
Faculty:EEMCS: Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Subject:50 technical science in general, 54 computer science
Programme:Computer Science BSc (56964)
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