A number of projects resulted in systems that have been used outside of CMU:
- Protocol for Retransmitting Opportunistically (PRO): an implementation of the opportunistic retransmission protocol for Atheros-based 802.11 NICs; based
on FlexMac. More details
- Charm: a Channel-aware
Rate Adaptation Algorithm that learns channel state using channel reciprocity.
- FlexMac: extenstion of the MadWiFi that
gives researchers control over acknowledgements and retransmission in 802.11.
- Pathneck: tool to
estimate both location of the bottleneck of an Internet path and an upperbound
on the available bandwidth
- PTR: efficient tool for
estimating the available bandwidth along an Internet path
- Video gateway:
a video gateway that provides compabitbility between H.323 and SIP. Details
can be found in “Conference Gateway Supporting Interoperability
between SIP and H.323 clients”, Peter Steenkiste, Jia-Cheng Hu,
Jiann-Min Ho, ACM Multimedia 2001, September 30 – October 5, Ottawa,
Canada, pages 421-430.
effort-limited fair scheduling for wireless networking (ns-2
implementation). See http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~davidm/ for details.
a distributed network monitoring infrastructure.
network quality of service on multiple time scales.
(last updated Dec 2003)