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  • White Papers // Oct 2012

    Memory Placement in Network Compression: Line and Grid Topologies

    Enabling intermediate nodes in networks with the capability of storing the past communication can offer several benefits. Recently, the authors have shown that by utilizing memory at intermediate nodes, one can compress the data stream sent from the source node with superior performance compared to the conventional end-to-end compression of...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2012

    Performance of Medium Access Control Protocols for Full-Duplex Wireless LANs

    In this paper, the authors propose a Medium Access Control (MAC) protocol for improving throughput in full-duplex WLANs. The proposed MAC protocol introduces a dynamic Contention Window (CW) control at Access Point (AP) to increase the opportunity for full-duplex operations. In the proposed MAC protocol, a threshold is set in...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2012

    Performance of Medium Access Control Protocols for Full-Duplex Wireless LANs

    In this paper, the authors propose a Medium Access Control (MAC) protocol for improving throughput in full-duplex WLANs. The proposed MAC protocol introduces a dynamic Contention Window (CW) control at Access Point (AP) to increase the opportunity for full-duplex operations. In the proposed MAC protocol, a threshold is set in...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2012

    Memory Placement in Network Compression: Line and Grid Topologies

    Enabling intermediate nodes in networks with the capability of storing the past communication can offer several benefits. Recently, the authors have shown that by utilizing memory at intermediate nodes, one can compress the data stream sent from the source node with superior performance compared to the conventional end-to-end compression of...

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