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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Many of these network coding methods are related to multicast transmission, multipath transmission, energy efficiency and other transmission technologies.
From Figure 1, we can see the MPTCP-based multimedia multipath transmission in wireless network.
The dissimilar paths are a challenge for multipath transmission because the data assembly at the receiver takes longer time [5].
According to the reasons of multipath transmission, we analyzed the transmission characteristics on each path.
Multipath transmission effect is a major concern for a wireless communication system.
To overcome these problems, the proposed scheme uses disjointed multipath transmission. The sink receives split packets with separate reception queue and finally combines the original data when all split packets have been received.
That is, the MEGA can find better routing paths to serve all multipath transmission requirements than TGA (in Table 7).
WLAN operation is greatly affected by channel fading and related multipath transmission. One reason that different modulation schemes are used among the various standards is to ensure adequate reception in spite of the inevitable channel impairments.
Multipath transmission is considered to be a promising solution to provide high-quality delivery service.
scheme [9] proposes virtual sink architecture and employs a multipath transmission through the utilization of the proposed virtual sink architecture.
MPMTP-AR proposes mechanisms and algorithms to support basic operations of multipath transmission. Dynamic feedback provides a foundation to distribute reasonable load to each path.