Skip-Correlation for Multi-Power Wireless Carrier Sensing

@inproceedings{Bhardwaj2017SkipCorrelationFM,
  title={Skip-Correlation for Multi-Power Wireless Carrier Sensing},
  author={Romil Bhardwaj and Krishna Chintalapudi and Ramachandran Ramjee},
  booktitle={NSDI},
  year={2017}
}
Carrier sensing is a key mechanism that enables decentralized sharing of unlicensed spectrum. However, carrier sensing in its current form is fundamentally unsuitable when devices transmit at different power levels, a scenario increasingly common given the diversity of Wi-Fi APs in the market and the need for WiFi’s co-existence with new upcoming standards such as LAA/LWA. The primary contribution of this paper is a novel carrier sensing mechanism – skip correlation – that extends carrier… CONTINUE READING

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