An Improved Contention Access Mechanism for FPRP to Increase Throughput

Five-Phase Reservation Protocol (FPRP) is a contention-based media access control protocol for wireless ad hoc networks. FPRP uses a five-phase reservation process to establish slot assignments based on time division multiple accesses. It allows a node to reserve only one slot in an information frame. Once a node has reserved a slot, it will cease contending for other slots. As a result, there may be less contending nodes in the remaining slots, so the time slots in an information frame are not fully used by FPRP.

Provided by: ETRI Topic: Mobility Date Added: Feb 2013 Format: PDF

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