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In order to analyze the performance of Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) effectively, it is important to identify those network settings that can cause the networks performance to go from good to poor. Low throughput, high packet loss rate, delayed round trip time (RTT), increased retransmissions, and increased collisions are the detrimental attributes to look for, when poor network performance is encountered. In this paper, the authors' main focus is to analyze and evaluate the role of the media access delay as well as processing delay towards the performance of WLANs.
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