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Stability and performance analysis of networks supporting elastic services
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We consider the stability and performance of a model for networks supporting services that adapt their transmission to the available bandwidth. Expand
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Performance enhancement of multirate IEEE 802.11 WLANs with geographically scattered stations
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In today's IEEE 802.11 b, stations support multiple transmission rates, and use them adaptively depending on the underlying channel condition via link adaptation. Expand
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An Efficient Reader Anticollision Algorithm in Dense RFID Networks With Mobile RFID Readers
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We propose an efficient reader anticollision algorithm using a polling server and neighboraware mechanism in dense and dynamic RFID networks with mobile readers. Expand
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Accurate tag estimation for dynamic framed-slotted ALOHA in RFID systems
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Dynamic framed-slotted ALOHA (DFSA) is one of the most popular algorithms to resolve tag collision in RFID systems. Expand
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Identification of RFID Tags in Framed-Slotted ALOHA with Robust Estimation and Binary Selection
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We propose an accurate and robust tag estimation method and an effective tag anti-collision protocol. Expand
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Performance analysis of HomePlug 1.0 MAC with CSMA/CA
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We propose a new analytic model to evaluate MAC throughput and delay of HomePlug 1.0 both under saturation and under normal traffic conditions. Expand
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Enhancement of IEEE 802.11ah MAC for M2M Communications
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In this letter, we propose a new medium access control (MAC) enhancement to increase the uplink access efficiency of massive 802.11ah devices. Expand
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MAC throughput limit analysis of slotted CSMA/CA in IEEE 802.15.4 WPAN
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We proposed a new analytical model for slotted CSMA/CA in IEEE 802.15.4 WPAN and evaluated its throughput limit. Expand
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Double-Phase Polling Algorithm Based on Partitioned ONU Subgroups for High Utilization in EPONs
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The Ethernet passive optical network (EPON) is an emerging technology for the next-generation broadband access networks and is considered an up-to-date candidate network for future fiber to the home. Expand
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A Self-Scheduling Multi-Channel Cognitive Radio MAC Protocol Based on Cooperative Communications
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We propose a self-scheduling multi-channel cognitive MAC (SMC-MAC) protocol, which allows multiple secondary users to transmit data though the sensed idle channels by two cooperative channel sensing algorithms, i.e., fixed channel sensing (FCS) and adaptive channel sensing, and by slotted contention mechanism to exchange channel request information. Expand
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