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Towards Performance Modeling of IEEE 802.11 Based Wireless Networks: A Unified Framework and Its Applications
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We present a simple analytical model for IEEE 802.11 based wireless networks that effectively captures the important network performance characteristics such as throughput, delay and fairness. Expand
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Voice capacity of IEEE 802.11b, 802.11a and 802.11g wireless LANs
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This paper presents new analytical and simulation results for the conversational speech capacity of WLANs and compares the different WLAN technologies in that regard. Expand
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Receive antenna selection in MIMO systems using convex optimization
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We present a low complexity approach to receive antenna selection for capacity maximization, based on the theory of convex optimization. Expand
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TCP performance over cdma2000 RLP
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This paper provides performance results for TCP over cdma2000 radio link protocol (RLP). Expand
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Throughput analysis of IEEE 802.11 wireless LANs using an average cycle time approach
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We show that a notion of average cycle time exists in DCF access where by all stations, on average, successfully transmit one packet in a cycle. Expand
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System centric and user centric queueing models for IEEE 802.11 based wireless LANs
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We consider the following two views of an IEEE 802.11 based Wireless LAN: (i) as seen by the WLAN medium and (ii)as seen by a user. In the system centric view, we model the W LAN medium as a server that allocates its resources to users in a round Robin manner. This resource sharing model not only provides a simple model for the system, it also enables us to derive the channel service rate and the total delay incurred in transmitting a packet. Expand
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On Optimization of CSMA/CA based Wireless LANs: Part I - Impact of Exponential Backoff
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In this paper, we show that the joint optimization of initial contention window (CWmin) and the number of backoff stages in BEB yields, interestingly, no additional gains over a simple CWmin optimization that is performed by considering that BEB is absent. Expand
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Throughput Analysis of a Path in an IEEE 802.11 Multihop Wireless Network
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In this paper, we present a methodology to analytically compute end-to-end throughput that can be achieved on a path between two nodes in an IEEE 802.11 multihop wireless network with homogenous data transmission rates. Expand
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Wireless Internet Access Using IS-2000 Third Generation System: A Performance and Capacity Study
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In this paper, we evaluate the performance and capacity of a 3G wireless data system based on IS-2000 standard based on multi-cell simulations. Expand
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On Optimization of CSMA/CA based Wireless LANs: Part II - Mitigating Efficiency Loss
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We propose using multiple channels to improve the throughput of high data rate users. Expand
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