Multi-packet communication by spatial reuse: Application scenarios and open research issues

@article{Babich2013MultipacketCB,
  title={Multi-packet communication by spatial reuse: Application scenarios and open research issues},
  author={Fulvio Babich and Massimiliano Comisso},
  journal={2013 9th International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference (IWCMC)},
  year={2013},
  pages={1308-1313}
}
This paper has the objective of identifying the application domain of a particular multi-packet strategy enabled by spatial reuse, which allows the simultaneous coexistence of multiple traffic flows in 802.11 wireless networks and is known as multi-packet communication (MPC). More precisely, this study outlines the differences between MPC and the widely investigated multi-packet reception (MPR) and multi-packet transmission (MPT) techniques, proposing extensions to the existing MPC theoretical… CONTINUE READING

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