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Performance Analysis of Contention based Directional MAC Protocol
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 Title & Authors
Performance Analysis of Contention based Directional MAC Protocol
Na, Woong-Soo; Cho, Sung-Rae;
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 Abstract
Directional MAC protocols have drawn great attentions recently in super high speed wireless local/personal area networks due to their higher antenna gain, better spatial reuse, longer transmission range, and lower interference. Despite of these merits, directional MAC protocols suffer from deafness problem. The deafness problem occurs if a node does not answer an RTS frame addressed to it. To overcome this problem, directional MAC protocols have aimed at avoiding the deafness problem using multiple control frames or advance notice techniques or distinguishing deafness from collision. In this paper, we analyze the performance of these schemes in deafness environments with some scenarios. Through performance analysis, we compare the performance of these schemes through evaluating actual network throughput.
 Keywords
Directional MAC;Deafness problem;Ad hoc networks;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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