Evaluation of dynamic sensitivity control algorithm for IEEE 802.11ax
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The explosive growth in the usage of IEEE 802.11 network has resulted in dense deployments in diverse environments. Most recently, the IEEE working group has triggered the IEEE 802.11ax project, which aims to amend the current IEEE 802.11 standard to improve efficiency of dense WLANs. In this paper, we evaluate the Dynamic Sensitivity Control (DSC) Algorithm proposed for IEEE 802.11ax. This algorithm dynamically adjusts the Carrier Sense Threshold (CST) based on the average received signal strength. We show that the aggregate throughput of a dense network utilizing DSC is considerably improved (i.e. up to 20%) when compared with the IEEE 802.11 legacy network.
CitationAfaqui, M., Garcia-Villegas, E., Lopez-Aguilera, E., Smith, G., Camps, D. Evaluation of dynamic sensitivity control algorithm for IEEE 802.11ax. A: IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference. "IEEE WCNC 2015". 2015, p. 1060-1065.
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