Removing hidden nodes in IEEE 802.11 wireless networks
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AbstractThis paper investigates the Hidden-node phenomenon (HN) that arises in IEEE 802.11 wireless networks. HN can cause many performance problems, including throughput degradation, unfair throughput distribution among flows, and throughput instability. Previous investigations mostly focus on indirect methods to alleviate these performance problems rather than direct elimination of HN. Such an approach may solve one but not all of these problems. This paper identifies the fundamental conditions leading to HN, and devises a Hidden-node-Free Design (HFD) to completely remove HN. Also, we further improve HFD to reduce Exposed-node problem while keeping the network free of HN.
All Author(s) ListJiang LB, Liew SC
Name of Conference62nd IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference
Start Date of Conference25/09/2005
End Date of Conference28/09/2005
Place of ConferenceDallas
Country/Region of ConferenceUnited States of America
Detailed descriptionorganized by IEEE,
Pages1127 - 1131
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
Keywordsad hoc networks; hidden-node problem; IEEE 802.11; wireless networks
Web of Science Subject CategoriesTelecommunications; Transportation; Transportation Science & Technology

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