When priority resolution goes way too far: An experimental evaluation in PLC networks

@article{Cano2015WhenPR,
  title={When priority resolution goes way too far: An experimental evaluation in PLC networks},
  author={Cristina Cano and David Malone},
  journal={2015 IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC)},
  year={2015},
  pages={952-957}
}
Power Line Communication (PLC) devices are increasingly used and available. However, research carried out at the Medium Access Control (MAC) layer is limited. This article addresses Quality of Service (QoS) mechanisms defined in the widely implemented Homeplug and IEEE 1901 standards. By means of a testbed constructed from off-the-shelf components we identify a number of issues with a potentially significant impact on user satisfaction: i) a pronounced starvation and variability of lower… CONTINUE READING
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