Performance of Markov models for frame-level errors in IEEE 802.11 wireless LANs

@article{Boggia2009PerformanceOM,
  title={Performance of Markov models for frame-level errors in IEEE 802.11 wireless LANs},
  author={Gennaro Boggia and Pietro Camarda and Alessandro D'Alconzo},
  journal={Int. J. Communication Systems},
  year={2009},
  volume={22},
  pages={695-718}
}
Interference among different wireless hosts is becoming a serious issue due to the growing number of Wireless LANs based on the popular IEEE 802.11 standard. Thus, an accurate modeling of error paths at the data link layer is indispensable for evaluating system performance and for tuning and optimizing protocols at higher layers. Error paths are usually described looking at sequences of consecutive correct or erroneous frames and at the distributions of their sizes. In recent years, a number of… CONTINUE READING

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