Link-assigned transmission schedules with timeslot reuse by multiple links in both the space and time domains are
investigated in this study for stationary multihop wireless mesh networks with both rate and power adaptivity.
Specifically, cross-layer optimised schedules with proportionally fair end-to-end flow rates and network coding
capability are constructed for networks operating under the physical interference model with single-path minimum
hop routing. Extending transmission rights in a link-assigned schedule allows for network coding and temporal
reuse, which increases timeslot usage efficiency when a scheduled link experiences packet depletion. The
schedules that suffer from packet depletion are characterised, and a generic temporal reuse-aware achievable rate
region is derived. Extensive computational experiments show improved schedule capacity, quality of service, power
efficiency and benefit from network coding accrued with schedules optimised in the proposed temporal reuseaware
convex rate region.