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 Title & Authors
Aggressive Spatial Reuse Scheme for the 802.11 Wireless LAN
Kim, Jinkyeong; Ahn, Jae-Min;
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 Abstract
We provide an aggressive spatial reuse scheme exploiting the space sensed busy when neighboring 802.11 stations radiate radio wave in omni-directions. For this purpose, we develop four strategies, i.e., disruptive RTS, busy random backoff, zero padding, and unavailable pair management. The simulation results show that the proposed scheme can improve the aggregate network throughput from 14% to 50% while the station adopting the proposed scheme coexists with the legacy stations.
 Keywords
Aggressive Spatial Reuse;Wireless LAN;IEEE 802.11;Disrupted RTS;
 Language
English
 Cited by
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