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New WiFi protocol boosts congested wireless network throughput by 700% | ExtremeTech →

Engineers at NC State University (NCSU) have discovered a way of boosting the throughput of busy WiFi networks by up to 700%. Perhaps most importantly, the breakthrough is purely software-based, meaning it could be rolled out to existing WiFi networks relatively easily — instantly improving the throughput and latency of the network.

I found the description at ExtremeTech to be extremely unintelligible. I will look for other descriptions of how this new algorithm works.

(Source: underpaidgenius)

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    The full paper is available at http://conferences.sigcomm.org/co-next/2012/eproceedings/conext/p217.pdf
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    I found the description at ExtremeTech to be extremely unintelligible. I will look for other descriptions of how this...
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