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Conference Paper: NEW MULTIPLE ACCESS PROTOCOL FOR LOCAL AREA NETWORKS.

TitleNEW MULTIPLE ACCESS PROTOCOL FOR LOCAL AREA NETWORKS.
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Issue Date1985
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Conference Record - International Conference On Communications, 1985, p. 1119-1124 How to Cite?
AbstractA description is given of a new multiple-access protocol for local area networks. It is basically a hybrid of carrier-sense multiple access with collision detection (CSMA/CD) and broadcast recognition with alternating priorities (BRAP). It is well known that CSMA/CD, as well as other contention-based protocols, works well under the condition of light load but message collisions will affect system performance when the channel becomes heavily loaded. On the other hand, collision-free protocols have longer delays at low load but the efficiency will improve as the load increases. The authors propose a new protocol which combines the Ethernet protocol and a collision-free reservation-based protocol. Performance models are developed for the Ethernet protocol, as well as for the proposed protocol. It is found that the new protocol gives better performance under a wide range of scenarios.
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dc.contributor.authorChen, ShiawJuangen_US
dc.contributor.authorLi, Victor OKen_US
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dc.date.issued1985en_US
dc.identifier.citationConference Record - International Conference On Communications, 1985, p. 1119-1124en_US
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dc.description.abstractA description is given of a new multiple-access protocol for local area networks. It is basically a hybrid of carrier-sense multiple access with collision detection (CSMA/CD) and broadcast recognition with alternating priorities (BRAP). It is well known that CSMA/CD, as well as other contention-based protocols, works well under the condition of light load but message collisions will affect system performance when the channel becomes heavily loaded. On the other hand, collision-free protocols have longer delays at low load but the efficiency will improve as the load increases. The authors propose a new protocol which combines the Ethernet protocol and a collision-free reservation-based protocol. Performance models are developed for the Ethernet protocol, as well as for the proposed protocol. It is found that the new protocol gives better performance under a wide range of scenarios.en_US
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