I want to transmit burst data ( very huge number of packets need to be transmitted in a short time, it needs high bandwidth) using Multi-path TCP (MPTCP) protocol in WiFi network. Simple network, server and client. Burst data is not like regular data. In this project Burst data is video stream. Then I want to compare (BER) bit error rate to (SNR) signal to noise ratio. I have source code for regular TCP but i want to upgrade it MPTCP.
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