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000197975 245__ $$aPerformance Analysis of MAC for Power-Line Communications
000197975 269__ $$a2014
000197975 260__ $$c2014
000197975 336__ $$aConference Papers
000197975 520__ $$aWe investigate the IEEE 1901 MAC protocol, the dominant protocol for high data rate power-line communications. 1901 employs a CSMA/CA mechanism similar to – but much more complex than – the backoff mechanism of 802.11. Because of this extra complexity, and although this mechanism is the only widely used MAC layer for power-line networks, there are few analytical results on its performance. We propose a model for the 1901 MAC that comes in the form of a single fixed-point equation for the collision probability. We prove that this equation admits a unique solution, and we evaluate the accuracy of our model by using simulations.
000197975 6531_ $$aPower-line communications
000197975 6531_ $$aCSMA/CA
000197975 6531_ $$aanalysis
000197975 700__ $$0246401$$aVlachou, Christina$$g211316
000197975 700__ $$aBanchs, Albert
000197975 700__ $$0244094$$aHerzen, Julien$$g167320
000197975 700__ $$0240373$$aThiran, Patrick$$g103925
000197975 7112_ $$aACM SIGMETRICS 2014 (poster session)$$cAustin, Texas, USA$$d16-20 June, 2014
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