PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF CHANNEL ACCESS MODEL FOR MAC IN RANDOMLY DISTRIBUTED WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS

@article{Sikandar2014PERFORMANCEAO,
  title={PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF CHANNEL ACCESS MODEL FOR MAC IN RANDOMLY DISTRIBUTED WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS},
  author={Ajay Sikandar and Sushil Kumar},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Networks \& Communications},
  year={2014},
  volume={6},
  pages={99-110}
}
Medium Access control (MAC) is one of the fundamental problems in wireless sensor networks. The performance of wireless sensor network depends on it. The main objective of a medium access control method is to provide high throughput, minimize the delay, and conservers the energy consumption by avoiding the collisions. In this paper, a general model for MAC protocol to reduce the delay, maximize throughput and conserve the energy consumption in channel accessing in high density randomly… Expand
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