Diversity ALOHA - A Random Access Scheme for Satellite Communications

@article{Choudhury1983DiversityA,
  title={Diversity ALOHA - A Random Access Scheme for Satellite Communications},
  author={Gobinda Gopal Choudhury and Steve Lee Rappaport},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Communications},
  year={1983},
  volume={31},
  pages={450-457}
}
A generalization of the slotted ALOHA random access scheme is considered in which a user transmits multiple copies of the same packet. The multiple copies can be either transmitted simultaneously on different frequency channels (frequency diversity) or they may be transmitted on a single high-speed channel but spaced apart by random time intervals (time diversity). In frequency diversity, two schemes employing channel selections with and without replacements have been considered. In time… CONTINUE READING

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