By Xiao Jun Hei, Lawrence Cheung
This ebook constitutes the completely refereed post-conference complaints of the Fourth foreign convention on entry Networks, AccessNets 2009, held in Hong Kong, China, in November 2009. The eleven revised complete papers awarded including eight invited papers have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen. The papers current unique and basic study advances within the quarter of entry networks, corresponding to hybrid dynamic bandwidth and wavelength allocation set of rules, different purposes in EPON, unsolicited furnish providers (UGS), cellular WiMAX community, FiWi networks, built-in PON-WiMAX networks, cognitive radio networks, effective and dynamic spectrum sharing, cross-layer routing process for SCTP, and vectored DSL.
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Results in Fig. 4 show that the accuracy of the simplified analysis is pretty good. Both analytical and simulation results indicate that a large number of RTS packets can still be received by R1. However, the number of successful RTS/CTS handshakes is much smaller— meaning that most successful RTS packets at R1 are wasted. 11 MAC Rc 31 Rc s_ S2 s_ S2 Fig. 3. (a) R1 and S2 are within the transmission range. (b) R1 and S2 are out of the transmission range. The dash circle is R1’s interference range; the dot circle is S2’s carrier sensing range.
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Event B can occur if (a) an RTS packet is received correctly and (b) R1 sees a clear channel in the immediate SIFS interval right after the reception of RTS. ) duration. Only time slot That means that S2 needs to be silent for a ( allows this to happen and the transmission time of S1 must occur during the first ( ) second of T1. This means ( | ) max ( , 0) 20 max ( 20 It is rare that link S2-R2 experience collision, thus number is uniformly distributed within [0, CWwin]. Therefore, , 0) . The back off ( ) ( | ) ( ) ( | ) ( ) ( | ) ( ) ( | ) 1 1 1 1 Fig.