July 2015 Archive

Multiple Access Protocols
Multiple Access Protocols

In the introduction to this section, we noted that there are two types of network links: point-to-point links and broadcast links. A point-to-point link consists of a single sender at one end of the link and a single receiver at the other end of the link. Many link-layer protocols have

Tags broadcast link, cocktail party, multiple access protocols, frame, cdma networks
Random Access Protocols
Random Access Protocols

The second broad class of multiple access protocols are random access protocols. In a random access protocol, a transmitting node always transmits at the full rate of the channel, namely, R bps. When there is a collision, each node involved in the collision repeatedly retransmits its

Tags random access protocol, transmitting node, carrier sensing, collision detection
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