Fully Adaptive Power Saving Protocols for Ad Hoc Networks Using the Hyper Quorum System

@article{Wu2008FullyAP,
  title={Fully Adaptive Power Saving Protocols for Ad Hoc Networks Using the Hyper Quorum System},
  author={Shan-Hung Wu and Ming-Syan Chen and Chung-Min Chen},
  journal={2008 The 28th International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems},
  year={2008},
  pages={785-792}
}
Quorum-based power saving (QPS) protocols have been proposed for ad hoc networks (e.g., IEEE 802.11 ad hoc mode) to increase energy efficiency and prolong the operational time of mobile stations. These protocols assign to each station a cycle pattern that specifies when the station should wake up (to transmit/receive data) and sleep (to save battery power). In all existing QPS protocols, the cycle length is either identical for all stations or is restricted to certain numbers (e.g. squares or… CONTINUE READING
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