Broadcast transmission mode in ad hoc networks is critical to manage multihop routing or providing medium access
control (MAC)-layer fairness. In this paper, it is shown that a
higher capacity to exchange information among neighbors may be
obtained through a physical-MAC cross-layer design of the broadcast
protocol exploiting signal separation principles. Coherent
detection and separation of contending nodes is possible through
training sequences which are selected at random from a reduced
set. Guidelines for the design of this set are derived for a low
impact on the network performance and the receiver complexity.
CitationMadueño Ruíz, M. I; Vidal Manzano, J. Joint physical-MAC layer design of the broadcast channel protocol in adhoc networks. IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, 2005, vol. 23 , núm. 1, p. 65-75.
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