Improving protocol capacity with model-based frame scheduling in IEEE 802.11-operated WLANs

@inproceedings{Kim2003ImprovingPC,
  title={Improving protocol capacity with model-based frame scheduling in IEEE 802.11-operated WLANs},
  author={Hwangnam Kim and Jennifer C. Hou},
  booktitle={MobiCom},
  year={2003}
}
In this paper, we develop a model-based frame scheduling scheme, called MFS, to enhance the capacity of IEEE 802.11-operated wireless LANs (WLANs). In MFS each node estimates the current network status by keeping track of the number of collisions it encounters between its two consecutive successful frame transmissions, and, based on the the estimated information, computes the current network utilization. The result is then used to determine a scheduling delay that is introduced (with the… CONTINUE READING
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