Random access MAC for efficient broadcast support in ad hoc networks

@article{Tang2000RandomAM,
  title={Random access MAC for efficient broadcast support in ad hoc networks},
  author={K. Tang and M. Gerla},
  journal={2000 IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference. Conference Record (Cat. No.00TH8540)},
  year={2000},
  volume={1},
  pages={454-459 vol.1}
}
  • K. Tang, M. Gerla
  • Published 2000
  • Computer Science
  • 2000 IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference. Conference Record (Cat. No.00TH8540)
Wireless communications are becoming an important part of our everyday lifestyle. One major area that will have an enormous impact on the performance of wireless ad hoc networks is the medium access control (MAC) layer. Current random access MAC protocols for ad hoc networks support reliable unicast but not reliable broadcast. We propose a random access MAC protocol, broadcast support multiple access (BSMA), which improves the broadcast reliability in ad hoc networks. 
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