Medium access control protocol for wireless, transparent ATM access

@article{Petras1995MediumAC,
  title={Medium access control protocol for wireless, transparent ATM access},
  author={Dietmar Petras},
  journal={IEEE Wireless Communication System Symposium},
  year={1995},
  pages={79-85}
}
This paper describes a MAC protocol called DSA++ that allows the full integration of mobile ATM terminals into an ATM network by extending the statistical multiplexing from ATM multiplexers on the air interface, offering capacity on demand. The DSA++ protocol offers functions necessary for the implementation of a resource scanning algorithm and power saving mode in the mobile station as well as a dynamic frequency selection algorithm in the base station. 

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