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

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 MAC layer protocol for wireless networks with asymmetric links. Ad Hoc Networks, 6(3):424–440, May 2008.

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Abstract:

We introduce AMAC, a MAC layer protocol for wireless networks with asymmetric links and study a protocol stack consisting of AMAC and the A$^4$LP routing protocol. The two protocols are able to maintain connectivity where the standard IEEE 802.11 MAC protocol coupled with either AODV or OLSR routing protocols may loose connectivity. A comparative study shows that AMAC improves on two previously proposed protocols' accuracy in determining the nodes to be silenced to prevent collisions.

BibTeX:

@article{Wang-2008-AdhocNetworks,
   author = "G. Wang and D. Turgut and L. B{\"o}l{\"o}ni and Y. Ji and D.C. Marinescu",
   title = "A {MAC} layer protocol for wireless networks with asymmetric links",
   journal = "Ad Hoc Networks",
   volume = "6",
   number = "3",
   month = "May",
   year = "2008",
   pages = "424-440",
   abstract = {
   We introduce AMAC, a MAC layer protocol for wireless networks with
   asymmetric links and study a protocol stack consisting of AMAC and
   the A$^4$LP routing protocol. The two protocols are able to maintain
   connectivity where the standard IEEE 802.11 MAC protocol coupled with
   either AODV or OLSR routing protocols may loose connectivity. A
   comparative study shows that AMAC improves on two previously proposed
   protocols' accuracy in determining the nodes to be silenced to
   prevent collisions.
   }
}

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