Reducing Starvation in Multi-Channel Protocols Through Enhanced AMCP
The multi-channel protocols are determined to have more throughput when compared to single-channel protocols. Asynchronous Multi-Channel Co-Ordination protocol (AMCP) is devised to address the starvation in multi-channel protocols by having an approximate lower-bound on the throughput of any flow in arbitrary topology. The authors here determine that AMCP can be enhanced by modeling per-flow throughput. The determined methodology has been found to have higher per-flow throughput than IEEE802.11 and MMAC. The previously determined protocols like IEEE 802.11 DCF are used to produce unfairness when applied to multi-hop wireless networks.
Provided by: International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology (IJEAT) Topic: Mobility Date Added: Apr 2012 Format: PDF