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|Title:||On the throughput comparisons of MAC protocols in multi-hop wireless networks|
|Keywords:||MAC protocol evaluation|
multi-hop throughput comparisons
|Citation:||Ng, H.-H., Soh, W.-S., Motani, M. (2011-12). On the throughput comparisons of MAC protocols in multi-hop wireless networks. IEEE Communications Letters 15 (12) : 1398-1401. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1109/LCOMM.2011.103111.111912|
|Abstract:||We revisit the use of throughput metrics in studying Medium Access Control (MAC) protocols in static multi-hop wireless networks. To complement existing single-hop and multi-hop throughput notions, we first propose a unified normalized throughput expression. Since current multi-hop metrics do not give much intuition on how close a MAC protocol's throughput performance is to the best achievable for a given network topology, we present a new variant that benchmarks against the maximum achievable throughput. It can be characterized by the product of the number of maximum successful simultaneous transmissions s max under saturated traffic conditions, and link rate R. We show how to compute s max via a linear programming formulation and demonstrate its use in both string and grid topologies. We also derive exact mathematical expressions for the maximum simultaneous transmissions for these two topologies. © 2006 IEEE.|
|Source Title:||IEEE Communications Letters|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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