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A New Cooperative Strategy for Deafness Prevention in Directional Ad Hoc Networks

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A New Cooperative Strategy for Deafness Prevention in Directional Ad Hoc Networks
— We propose the novel concept of cooperation for deafness prevention in directional antenna ad hoc networks, along with a low-complexity multiuser detector specialised for these systems. We call a generic MAC protocol that uses these techniques a Cooperative-MAC (CMAC) and we define an upper and a lower bound on the performance of this class of protocols. Several simulations compare these bounds against the Circular RTS/CTS protocol (CRCM), which is one of the finest deafnesssuppression systems proposed so far, and show that our combined techniques achieve significant gains over CRCM in terms of throughput and energy consumption.
Andrea Munari, Francesco Rossetto, Michele Zorzi
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICC
Authors Andrea Munari, Francesco Rossetto, Michele Zorzi
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