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JNW
2006
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12 years 6 months ago
MAC Contention in a Wireless LAN with Noncooperative Anonymous Stations
In ad hoc wireless LANs populated by mutually impenetrable groups of anonymous stations, honest stations are prone to "bandwidth stealing" by selfish stations. The proble...
Jerzy Konorski
LCN
1999
IEEE
12 years 10 months ago
Packet Level Performance Characteristics of a MAC Protocol for Wireless ATM LANs
This paper determines packet level performance measures of a MAC protocol for a wireless ATM local area network. A key characteristic of the MAC protocol is the Identi er Splittin...
Benny Van Houdt, Chris Blondia, Olga Casals, Jorge...
DIALM
2005
ACM
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12 years 8 months ago
On lower bounds for MAC layer contention in CSMA/CA-based wireless networks
Wireless LANs operating within unlicensed frequency bands require random access schemes such as CSMA/CA, so that wireless networks from diļ¬€erent administrative domains (for exam...
Frank A. Zdarsky, Ivan Martinovic, Jens B. Schmitt
LCN
2006
IEEE
13 years 1 days ago
Maximizing Differentiated Throughput in IEEE 802.11e Wireless LANs
The throughput performance of the Distributed Coordination Function (DCF) of the IEEE 802.11 MAC protocol quickly degrades as the number of contending stations increases. To solve...
Jongwon Yoon, Sangki Yun, Hyogon Kim, Saewoong Bah...
SIGCOMM
2010
ACM
12 years 6 months ago
Fine-grained channel access in wireless LAN
Modern communication technologies are steadily advancing the physical layer (PHY) data rate in wireless LANs, from hundreds of Mbps in current 802.11n to over Gbps in the near fut...
Kun Tan, Ji Fang, Yuanyang Zhang, Shouyuan Chen, L...
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