Mobile ad hoc networks require a complex management to efficiently exploit the networks resources. The capacity of these networks is determined by the capability of the medium access control mechanism to handle the access process and to achieve high resource reuse. The ADHOC MAC protocol allows to devise effective broadcast and point-to-point services for wireless ad hoc networks. However, this efficiency is lessened in a realistic interference scenario. In this paper we propose a dynamic strategy for reserving point-to-point resources capable of partially overcoming the problems stemmed from the realistic interfering nature of the shared wireless medium and we evaluate its performance through detailed simulation.

Performance evaluation of an interference aware access scheme for point-to-point services in the ADHOC MAC protocol

CAMPELLI, LUCA;CESANA, MATTEO;
2005

Abstract

Mobile ad hoc networks require a complex management to efficiently exploit the networks resources. The capacity of these networks is determined by the capability of the medium access control mechanism to handle the access process and to achieve high resource reuse. The ADHOC MAC protocol allows to devise effective broadcast and point-to-point services for wireless ad hoc networks. However, this efficiency is lessened in a realistic interference scenario. In this paper we propose a dynamic strategy for reserving point-to-point resources capable of partially overcoming the problems stemmed from the realistic interfering nature of the shared wireless medium and we evaluate its performance through detailed simulation.
Seventh IFIP International Conference on Mobile and Wireless Communication Networks (MWCN 05)
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