Concurrent Cooperative Transmission (CCT) allows the dissemination of messages over multiple hops in a wireless network with many devices, while achieving excellent performance in terms of latency, reliability and throughput. With this, CCT can enable unprecedented applications and services that were infeasible in traditional wireless multi-hop networks (WMNs).

In this thesis project, a low-latency routing protocol is designed and implemented that leverages CCT-based network flooding within corridors of a WMN for unicast traffic.