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Collision Free MAC Protocols for Wireless Ad Hoc Networks based on BIBD Architecture

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Collision Free MAC Protocols for Wireless Ad Hoc Networks based on BIBD Architecture
—Wireless Ad hoc networks represent a powerful telecommunication infrastructure that is being exploited for enabling general wireless networking connectivity for a variety of significant applications, e.g., military applications, industrial automation, sensor networks, vehicular networks, applications in case of disaster, etc. The distributed and flexible architecture of wireless ad hoc networks is a key factor, however, their wide deployment relies on protocols able to provide energetic optimization, high channel utilization, support for real time traffic, etc. In such a context, recently a Collision Free MAC protocol (CFMAC), based on the theory of Balanced Incomplete Block Design (BIBD), has been proposed. Its effectiveness has been already investigated showing significant improvements compared to the Standard IEEE 802.11, in terms of throughput, one-way packet delay, energy consumption and support of real time traffic. In this paper enhanced versions of CF-MAC have been considere...
Pietro Camarda, Orazio Fiume
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where JCM
Authors Pietro Camarda, Orazio Fiume
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