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Title: Using code sensing and chip rate division techniques to improve stability and throughput-delay performance for distributed DS/SSMA wireless networks
Authors: Chen, X.H. 
Oksman, J.
Issue Date: 1994
Source: Chen, X.H.,Oksman, J. (1994). Using code sensing and chip rate division techniques to improve stability and throughput-delay performance for distributed DS/SSMA wireless networks. Wireless Personal Communications 1 (3) : 191-209. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The code sensing R3 code protocol designed for wireless data networks is proposed and its performance is analysed in this paper. The communication between two terminals is initiated by hand-shaking packets (the REQ and ACK packets), followed by data packet transmission. The destructive collisions among terminals are avoided by utilising busy code sensing and chip-rate division multiple access (CRDMA) techniques in transmissions of the REQ packet and the data packet (or ACK packet). A two-dimensional continuous-time Markov model is used to analyse the behaviour of the network. Analytical results are given which show that a remarkable improvement in throughput-delay performance can be achieved by the proposed protocol when compared to those for other reported protocols.
Source Title: Wireless Personal Communications
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/81336
ISSN: 09296212
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