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This paper proposes and analyses a novel MAC protocol for wireless ad hoc networks that makes use of distributed queues to achieve an efficient use of the radio channel. The protocol includes a dynamic self-configurable master-slave architecture that allows the synchronism between the nodes of the network. Computer simulations demonstrate that the proposed scheme outperforms throughput bounds achieved when using a legacy 802.11 MAC protocol for mobile ad hoc networks.
CitationAlonso-Zárate, J.; Alonso, L. A novel MAC protocol for dynamic ad hoc wireless networks with dynamic self-configurable master-slave architecture. A: IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications. "Proceedings". Barcelona: Suvisoft IEEE catalog number 04TH8754C, 2004, p. 2392-2396 Vol.4.
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