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Throughput Analysis of Large Wireless Networks with Regular Topologies
EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking volume 2007, Article number: 026760 (2007)
The throughput of large wireless networks with regular topologies is analyzed under two medium-access control schemes: synchronous array method (SAM) and slotted ALOHA. The regular topologies considered are square, hexagon, and triangle. Both nonfading channels and Rayleigh fading channels are examined. Furthermore, both omnidirectional antennas and directional antennas are considered. Our analysis shows that the SAM leads to a much higher network throughput than the slotted ALOHA. The network throughput in this paper is measured in either bits-hops per second per Hertz per node or bits-meters per second per Hertz per node. The exact connection between the two measures is shown for each topology. With these two fundamental units, the network throughput shown in this paper can serve as a reliable benchmark for future works on network throughput of large networks.
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Hong, K., Hua, Y. Throughput Analysis of Large Wireless Networks with Regular Topologies. J Wireless Com Network 2007, 026760 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1155/2007/26760
- Information System
- System Application
- Fading Channel
- Large Network
- Network Throughput