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WCNC
2010
IEEE
12 years 5 months ago
Modeling IEEE 802.11 DCF System Dynamics
—Experiments show that IEEE 802.11 DCF system exhibits unstable behavior in the congestion onset load range where the system starts to become saturated. This phenomenon is not we...
Zhenzhen Cao, Ren Ping Liu, Xun Yang, Yang Xiao
GLOBECOM
2006
IEEE
12 years 7 months ago
Two-phase Collision Avoidance to Improve Scalability in Wireless LANs
— IEEE 802.11 DCF exhibits poor scalability due to the large contention overhead. Therefore, the more the number of stations, the less the aggregate throughput. We propose a two-...
Seongil Han, Yongsub Nam, Yongho Seok, Taekyoung K...
FGCN
2007
IEEE
12 years 8 months ago
Supporting Deadline Monotonic Policy over 802.11 MAC Layer Service Time Distribution
In this paper, we propose a real time scheduling policy over 802.11 DCF protocol called Deadline Monotonic (DM). We evaluate the performance of this policy for a simple scenario w...
Inès El Korbi, Leïla Azouz Saïdan...
PIMRC
2008
IEEE
12 years 8 months ago
Understanding the Performance of 802.11 Networks
Abstract—In this paper, we review the most important performance characteristics of the 802.11 DCF wireless networks, point out some false common knowledge, and report on recent ...
Andrzej Duda
ICC
2009
IEEE
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12 years 8 months ago
A 3-D Markov Chain Queueing Model of IEEE 802.11 DCF with Finite Buffer and Load
—We introduce a 3-dimensional Markov chain that integrates the IEEE 802.11 DCF contention resolution and queueing processes into one model. Important QoS measures, delay and loss...
Ren Ping Liu, Gordon Sutton, Iain B. Collings
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