Hybrid Routing Algorithm for Emergency and RuralWireless
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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