Aloha-type random-access protocols have been employed as access-control protocols in wireline and wireless, and stationary and mobile, multiple-access communications networks. They are frequently employed by the control and signaling subsystem of demand-assigned multiple-access protocols for regulating the sharing of a multiaccess communications channel… (More)
Fig. 4. Throughput s versus total channel loading G curves under Poisson traffic. The top-most solid thin line is generated from (2). The other three curves, denoted as (1), (2) (both dash-dot curves), and (3) (solid thick curve) correspond to P = 0:1, 0.25, and 0.5, respectively.