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|Title:||Destructive collision-free protocol for distributed DS/CDMA wireless networks using code-sensing and chip-rate-division techniques|
|Authors:||Chen, X.H. |
|Keywords:||Chip-rate-division multiple-access networks|
|Citation:||Chen, X.H.,Oksman, J. (1996). Destructive collision-free protocol for distributed DS/CDMA wireless networks using code-sensing and chip-rate-division techniques. IEE Proceedings: Communications 143 (1) : 47-55. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||In the paper a spreading code protocol (the code-sensing R3 code protocol) designed for wireless local networks is proposed and its performance is analysed. In a network adopting the protocol, destructive collisions among terminals are minimised by utilising the busy code-sensing and dual chip-rate techniques in transmissions of the REQ and ACK/data packets. A two-dimensional continuous-time Markov model is applied to study the behaviour of the protocol. The results show that a respectable improvement in throughput-delay performance can be achieved by the proposed protocol when compared to those previously reported in the literature. © IEE, 1996.|
|Source Title:||IEE Proceedings: Communications|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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