RM-MAC: A routing-enhanced multi-channel MAC protocol in duty-cycle sensor networks

@article{Liu2015RMMACAR,
  title={RM-MAC: A routing-enhanced multi-channel MAC protocol in duty-cycle sensor networks},
  author={Ye Liu and Hao Liu and Qing Yang and Shaoen Wu},
  journal={2015 IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC)},
  year={2015},
  pages={3534-3539}
}
Multi-channel media access control (MAC) is important in wireless sensor networks because it allows parallel data transmissions and resists external wireless interference. Existing multi-channel MAC protocols, however, do not efficiently support delay-sensitive applications that require reliable and timely data transmissions. In addition, multi-channel operation is inherently deficient for supporting multi-hop broadcasting, due to independent waking-up schedules on sensors. To address these… CONTINUE READING

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