Hybrid Routing Algorithm for Emergency and RuralWireless

R. A. Santos, A. González-Potes, M. A. García-Ruíz, A. Edwards-Block, V. Rangel-Licea, L. A. Villaseñor-González

Abstract


PANDORA protocol for emergency and rural wireless networks is described, which is based on the Hybrid Wireless Mesh Network (HWMN) architecture. The HWMN is an emerging two-tier architecture targeting the deployment of large-scale networks in a quick and inexpensive fashion. We test three queuing disciplines using the PANDORA protocol: PRIO, HTB, and DSMARK, with four kinds of traffic: TCP, voice, video, and UDP without marks. Results have shown that PRIO and HTB prioritizing UDP performed the best. Ill. 6, bibl. 14 (in English; summaries in English, Russian and Lithuanian).


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