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Energy efficiency of collision resolution protocols

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Energy efficiency of collision resolution protocols
Energy consumption of the medium access control (MAC) algorithm is one of the key performance metrics in today's ubiquitous wireless networks of battery-operated devices. We concentrate on random access MAC algorithms called Collision Resolution Protocols (CRPs) that have the best stable properties and excellent delay characteristics for a large population of ``bursty'' users. The main concern of the analysis of CRPs has so far been the stability conditions, the throughput-delay tradeoffs and how the algorithms can be optimized
Aran Bergman, Moshe Sidi
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where COMCOM
Authors Aran Bergman, Moshe Sidi
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