Scheduling for Frequency Hopped Access With Randomized Frame Lengths

Provided by: Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers
Topic: Mobility
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This paper deals with the allocation of resources to the MAC layers of frequency hopped wireless networks. The research has been carried out on new efficient scheduling methods for robust systems to handle distortion and reception. The frequency and time slots are variable during the same point to point or point to multipoint communication. The chosen time intervals are small enough so as to limit distortion. By combining random packets with priority settings such as signal strength and band allocation queue length, the total capacity of the link was increased up to twice that offered by random allocations. This is functional as long as there is band availability a better latency is also obtained.

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