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Article: Performance analysis of a fully-connected, full-duplex CDMA ALOHA network with channel sensing and collision detection

TitlePerformance analysis of a fully-connected, full-duplex CDMA ALOHA network with channel sensing and collision detection
Authors
KeywordsCommunications Engineering
Electrical engineering
Issue Date1996
PublisherIEEE.
Citation
Ieee Journal On Selected Areas In Communications, 1996, v. 14 n. 9, p. 1708-1716 How to Cite?
AbstractIn cases where machines having bursty data are equally likely to transmit to one another, code-division multiple-access (CDMA) ALOHA which allows for an individual "virtual channel" for each receiving station may be a better multiple-access protocol than simple ALOHA. With the use of "receiver-based code" multiple-access protocol, it is also possible for a station to listen to the channel of the intended receiver before transmission, and also abort transmission when it detects others transmitting on the same channel. This paper describes a model for a fully-connected, full duplex, and slotted CDMA ALOHA network where channel sensing and collision detection are used. The model is analyzed using a discrete time Markov chain and some numerical results are presented. For a system with a large number of users, where Markov analysis is impractical, equilibrium point analysis is used to predict the stability of the system, and estimate the throughput as well as the delay performance of the system when it is stable. Finally, a comparison is made with a simple channel sense multiple-access with collision detection (CSMA-CD) network, showing that a substantial improvement in the performance is achieved by the proposed network.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/44837
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dc.description.abstractIn cases where machines having bursty data are equally likely to transmit to one another, code-division multiple-access (CDMA) ALOHA which allows for an individual "virtual channel" for each receiving station may be a better multiple-access protocol than simple ALOHA. With the use of "receiver-based code" multiple-access protocol, it is also possible for a station to listen to the channel of the intended receiver before transmission, and also abort transmission when it detects others transmitting on the same channel. This paper describes a model for a fully-connected, full duplex, and slotted CDMA ALOHA network where channel sensing and collision detection are used. The model is analyzed using a discrete time Markov chain and some numerical results are presented. For a system with a large number of users, where Markov analysis is impractical, equilibrium point analysis is used to predict the stability of the system, and estimate the throughput as well as the delay performance of the system when it is stable. Finally, a comparison is made with a simple channel sense multiple-access with collision detection (CSMA-CD) network, showing that a substantial improvement in the performance is achieved by the proposed network.-
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