Performance evaluation of Receiver Directed Transmission protocol with a single transceiver in MANETs

Nawaf S. Mirza , Mohamed Abdelshafy, Peter J. B. King

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Abstract

Utilising multiple channels can increase the wireless ad hoc network capacity. Receiver Directed Transmission protocol (RDT) is designed to provide multichannel access using a single radio interface. RDT introduces a clever approach to support channel assignment and negotiation without relying on a control channel or time synchronisation. Protocols based on the RDT scheme normally use an extra radio interface, dual home channel or time synchronisation to overcome the expected issues in RDT, such as, hidden terminal and deafness problems. This paper demonstrates that using RDT with a single radio and single home channel it is still possible to increase the network capacity. Additionally, the paper investigates the effect of node density, mobility and number of available channels on RDT performance. NS-2 simulator is used to evaluate the proposed scheme. Simulation results confirm that using multichannel RDT scheme can effectively increase the throughput, the packet delivery ratio and reduce the delay compared to single channel protocol.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2017 Wireless Days
PublisherIEEE
Pages241-244
Number of pages4
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-5090-5856-3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 4 May 2017
EventWireless Days - Porto, Portugal
Duration: 29 Mar 201731 Mar 2017
https://web.fe.up.pt/~hsalgado/WD17_proceedings/

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ConferenceWireless Days
CountryPortugal
CityPorto
Period29/03/1731/03/17
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Transceivers
Network protocols
Interfaces (computer)
Synchronization
Wireless ad hoc networks
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Throughput

Keywords

  • Receiver Direct Transmission
  • Multichannel wireless network
  • Single Transceiver
  • MAC protocol

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Performance evaluation of Receiver Directed Transmission protocol with a single transceiver in MANETs. / Mirza , Nawaf S.; Abdelshafy, Mohamed; King, Peter J. B. .

2017 Wireless Days . IEEE, 2017. p. 241-244.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference proceeding

Mirza , NS, Abdelshafy, M & King, PJB 2017, Performance evaluation of Receiver Directed Transmission protocol with a single transceiver in MANETs. in 2017 Wireless Days . IEEE, pp. 241-244, Wireless Days, Porto, Portugal, 29/03/17. https://doi.org/10.1109/WD.2017.7918153
Mirza , Nawaf S. ; Abdelshafy, Mohamed ; King, Peter J. B. . / Performance evaluation of Receiver Directed Transmission protocol with a single transceiver in MANETs. 2017 Wireless Days . IEEE, 2017. pp. 241-244
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