Adaptive power management in multi-channel multi-radio ad hoc wireless networks

Farah Mahdi Yaseen Al Sallami, Ahmad I. Abu-El-Haija

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Abstract

In a multi-channel multi-radio (MCMR) wireless
network, each user is equipped with multiple transceivers (radios)
that can be used simultaneously. Each radio is dynamically tuned to a
given carrier frequency with fixed bandwidth, allowing a user to
choose from a fixed number of orthogonal channels. Extensive efforts
have been devoted to propose efficient channel assignment protocols.
One of these protocols is the link layer protocol that is designed to
utilize multi-channels multi-radio. The proposed protocol enhances
the throughput performance over the protocol that uses a single
channel on all hops; however self interference along the route still
exists. In this work we use adaptive transmission power management
to overcome the self interference. Adaptive transmission power
management allows multiple interference-limited concurrent
transmissions. Reducing the interference would improve the
throughput performance of the network. We use network simulator 2
(NS2) to verify our theoretical expectation, which shows a significant
increase in the network’s throughput.
Original languageEnglish
Pages188-192
Number of pages5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 27 Jun 2013
EventIEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NETWORKING, SENSING AND CONTROL - Evry, France
Duration: 10 Apr 201312 Apr 2013
Conference number: 10th

Conference

ConferenceIEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NETWORKING, SENSING AND CONTROL
Abbreviated titleICNSC
CountryFrance
CityEvry
Period10/04/1312/04/13

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Wireless ad hoc networks
Network protocols
Throughput
Power transmission
Simulators
Power management (telecommunication)
Bandwidth

Keywords

  • adaptive power management
  • multi-channel multi-radio
  • channel assignment
  • ad hoc wireless network

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Al Sallami, F. M. Y., & Abu-El-Haija, A. I. (2013). Adaptive power management in multi-channel multi-radio ad hoc wireless networks. 188-192. Paper presented at IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NETWORKING, SENSING AND CONTROL , Evry, France. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICNSC.2013.6548734

Adaptive power management in multi-channel multi-radio ad hoc wireless networks. / Al Sallami, Farah Mahdi Yaseen; Abu-El-Haija, Ahmad I.

2013. 188-192 Paper presented at IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NETWORKING, SENSING AND CONTROL , Evry, France.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Al Sallami, FMY & Abu-El-Haija, AI 2013, 'Adaptive power management in multi-channel multi-radio ad hoc wireless networks' Paper presented at IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NETWORKING, SENSING AND CONTROL , Evry, France, 10/04/13 - 12/04/13, pp. 188-192. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICNSC.2013.6548734
Al Sallami FMY, Abu-El-Haija AI. Adaptive power management in multi-channel multi-radio ad hoc wireless networks. 2013. Paper presented at IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NETWORKING, SENSING AND CONTROL , Evry, France. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICNSC.2013.6548734
Al Sallami, Farah Mahdi Yaseen ; Abu-El-Haija, Ahmad I. / Adaptive power management in multi-channel multi-radio ad hoc wireless networks. Paper presented at IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NETWORKING, SENSING AND CONTROL , Evry, France.5 p.
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