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Title: Improved timing recovery in wireless mobile receivers
Authors: Olwal, TO
Van Wyk, MA
Van Wyk, BJ
Odhiambo, M
Chatelain, D
Keywords: Average multiple transmission activity
Wireless mesh networks
Cross-layer occupation measure
Issue Date: Jun-2007
Publisher: African Network for Scientific and Technological Institutions ( ANSTI)
Citation: Olwal, TO, Van Wyk, MA, Van Wyk, BJ, Odhiambo, M and Chatelain, D. 2007. Improved timing recovery in wireless mobile receivers. ANSTI Journal of Science and Technology. Science and Engineering Series, Vol. 8(1), pp 71-86
Abstract: This paper presents a decentralised cross layer dynamic power control (DDPC) scheme for Wireless Mesh Networks (WMNs). A general cross-layer occupation measure (COM) based on transmission scheduling probability (TSP) and power control policy (PCP) model is proposed. Depending on the network traffic application and multiple transmission activity (MTA), each user adjusts its power dynamically so as to minimise an average network cost function. Simulation results indicate that the decentralised policy allows each node to autonomously choose a steady state greedy or energy-efficient power response. It was also shown that more network users are admissible under a controlled transmission power signalling scheme in CSMA/CA systems. This is desirable in improving scalability properties of the WMNs
Description: Copyright: 2007 African Network for Scientific and Technological Institutions ( ANSTI)
URI: http://www.ansti.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=498
http://hdl.handle.net/10204/2802
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