It is well known that in case of high density deployments, Wi-Fi networks suffer from serious performance impairments due to hid- den and exposed nodes. The problem is explicitly considered by the IEEE 802.11ax developers in order to improve spectrum efficiency. In this pa- per, we propose and evaluate the joint usage of dynamic sensitivity con- trol (DSC) and time division multiple access (TDMA) for improving the spectrum allocation among overlapping 802.11ax BSSs. To validate the solution, apart from simulation, we used a testbed based on the Wireless MAC Processor (WMP), a prototype of a programmable wireless card.

Khorov, E., Kiryanov, A., Krotov, A., Gallo, P., Garlisi, D., Tinnirello, I. (2016). Joint Usage of Dynamic Sensitivity Control and Time Division Multiple Access in Dense 802.11ax Networks. In Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), Springer.

Joint Usage of Dynamic Sensitivity Control and Time Division Multiple Access in Dense 802.11ax Networks

GALLO, Pierluigi;GARLISI, Domenico;TINNIRELLO, Ilenia
2016

Abstract

It is well known that in case of high density deployments, Wi-Fi networks suffer from serious performance impairments due to hid- den and exposed nodes. The problem is explicitly considered by the IEEE 802.11ax developers in order to improve spectrum efficiency. In this pa- per, we propose and evaluate the joint usage of dynamic sensitivity con- trol (DSC) and time division multiple access (TDMA) for improving the spectrum allocation among overlapping 802.11ax BSSs. To validate the solution, apart from simulation, we used a testbed based on the Wireless MAC Processor (WMP), a prototype of a programmable wireless card.
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Khorov, E., Kiryanov, A., Krotov, A., Gallo, P., Garlisi, D., Tinnirello, I. (2016). Joint Usage of Dynamic Sensitivity Control and Time Division Multiple Access in Dense 802.11ax Networks. In Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), Springer.
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