multipath transmission

multipath transmission

[′məl·tə‚path tranz′mish·ən]
(electromagnetism)
The propagation phenomenon that results in signals reaching a radio receiving antenna by two or more paths, causing distortion in radio and ghost images in television. Also known as multipath.
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Multipath transmission is considered to be a promising solution to provide high-quality delivery service.
Comparing with IP layer multipath transmission and transport layer multipath transmission techniques, overlay network technique is an easy way to implement a new application without any requirement on underlying network.
To address the problem, we propose a SDSON-based multipath transmission framework for IMS.
scheme [9] proposes virtual sink architecture and employs a multipath transmission through the utilization of the proposed virtual sink architecture.
The MPT (multipath power-control transmission) [11] scheme employs multipath transmission along with a controlled transmission power.
4 (low power, low data rate wireless), ultrawideband (UWB), and Multiple Input/Multiple Output (MIMO), which exploits multipath transmission to increase bandwidth, and various mesh networking systems.
MPMTP-AR proposes mechanisms and algorithms to support basic operations of multipath transmission.
During the past few years, multipath transmission has attracted extensive research interests.
The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) has approved Multipath TCP (MPTCP) as an experimental standard for multipath transmission.
Our previous work [29-30] moves some operations, such as sending rate control, and path evaluation and selection, from the sender onto receiver in order to achieve a desired load balancing between the sender and receiver, and the supporting performance study convinces the advantages of using a receiver-driven Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP) / Concurrent Multipath Transmission (CMT) [31-32] for multi-homed mobile device in wireless heterogeneous environment.
2]LOC event timely and deciding which paths can be used, which means it chooses a subset of paths for multipath transmission when serious [RB.
While multipath transmission schemes [21]-[24] have recently attracted much attention for their high-availability performance, there are also several difficulties in their practical implementation.