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Voice Service Support in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

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Voice Service Support in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
— Mobile ad hoc networks are expected to support voice traffic. The requirement for small delay and jitter of voice traffic poses a significant challenge for medium access control (MAC) in such networks. User mobility makes it more complex due to the associated dynamic path attenuation. In this paper, a MAC scheme for mobile ad hoc networks supporting voice traffic is proposed. With the aid of a low-power probe prior to DATA transmissions, resource reservation is achieved in a distributed manner, thus leading to small delay and jitter. The proposed scheme can automatically adapt to dynamic path attenuation in a mobile environment. Simulation results demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed scheme. Keywords – medium access control, code-division multiple access, mobile ad hoc networks.
Hai Jiang, Ping Wang, H. Vincent Poor, Weihua Zhua
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where GLOBECOM
Authors Hai Jiang, Ping Wang, H. Vincent Poor, Weihua Zhuang
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