Multichannel Dual Clocks Two-Dimensional Probability Random Access Protocol with Three-way Handshake Mechanism
Although two-dimensional probability random multiple access protocol can have a better control effect on the system, it features a single agreement, the practical application of the network is not strong. To solve the above problem, the model of multichannel dual clocks two-dimensional probability random access protocol with three-way handshake mechanism (DMTPTH protocol) is proposed. DMTPTH is based on the two-dimensional probability random access model, adding dual-clock, multichannel and three-way handshake mechanism, respectively, to achieve lower system idle rate, confirm the multiservice access and information transmission states. Theoretical analysis and simulation experiments show that the model can not only improve system throughput, but also achieve throughput by changing the two-dimensional probability adapt to different network environments, enhanced agreement practicality, and reliability.
KeywordsRandom multiple access Dual-clock Two-dimensional probability Multi-channel Three-way handshake
This work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (No.61461053, No.61461054, No.61072079); Natural Science Foundation of Yunnan Province (No.2010CD023); The Financial Support of Yunnan University (No.XT412004).
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