G. Wang, D. Turgut, L. Bölöni, Y. Ji, and D.C. Marinescu

A simulation study of a MAC layer protocol for wireless networks with asymmetric links


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G. Wang, D. Turgut, L. Bölöni, Y. Ji, and D.C. Marinescu. A simulation study of a MAC layer protocol for wireless networks with asymmetric links. In Proceedings of the IEEE International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference (IWCMC'06), pp. 929–936, July 2006.

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Abstract:

Asymmetric links are common in wireless networks for a variety of physical, logical, operational, and legal considerations. An asymmetric link supports uni-directional communication between a pair of mobile stations and requires a set of relay stations for the transmission of packets in the other direction. We introduce a MAC layer protocol for wireless networks with asymmetric links (AMAC). The MAC layer protocol requires fewer nodes to maintain silence during a transmission exchange than the protocols proposed in \citePoojary01,Fujii02. We present a set of concepts and metrics characterizing the ability of a medium access control protocol to silence nodes which could cause collisions.

BibTeX:

@inproceedings{Wang-2006-IWCMC,
    author = "G. Wang and D. Turgut and L. B{\"o}l{\"o}ni and Y. Ji and D.C. Marinescu",
    title = "A simulation study of a {MAC} layer protocol for wireless networks with asymmetric links",
    booktitle = "Proceedings of the IEEE International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference (IWCMC'06)",
    location = "Vancouver, Canada",
    pages = "929-936",
    month = "July",
    year = "2006",
    abstract = {
    Asymmetric links are common in wireless networks for a variety of physical,
    logical, operational, and legal considerations. An asymmetric link supports
    uni-directional communication between a pair of mobile stations and requires
    a set of relay stations for the transmission of packets in the other
    direction. We introduce a MAC layer protocol for wireless networks with
    asymmetric links (AMAC). The MAC layer protocol requires fewer nodes
    to maintain silence during a transmission exchange than the protocols
    proposed in \cite{Poojary01,Fujii02}. We present a set of concepts and
    metrics characterizing the ability of a medium access control protocol to
    silence nodes which could cause collisions.
    }
}

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