An Efficient Medium Access Control Mechanism Using Multiple Data Rates in Ad Hoc Networks

  • Arundhati ArjariaEmail author
  • Priyanka Dixit
  • Shivendra Dubey
  • Uday Chourasiya
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems book series (LNNS, volume 98)


Specially appointed remote systems made of versatile stations that transmit information over a typical remote channel, along these lines are shaping an all-remote correspondence arrangement. In contrast to cell/wired systems, the portable stations are not upheld by a pre conveyed foundation. For example, base stations, a wired spine, a focal system station, and so forth. Subsequently, the foundation of the system structure and its operational execution must be only over the remote medium, and in a dispersed and decentralized way. With the conspicuous innovative difficulties, these systems have pulled in noteworthy research enthusiasm for ongoing years, as they are very appropriate for some trying settings, for example, in pursuit and salvage tasks, detecting applications, work systems, vehicular interchanges, and so forth. Here in this paper, we present the idea of remote impromptu systems; we talk about their points of interest and the reasons which debase the execution of specially appointed systems and significantly diminish the throughput of the system and increment the crash and postponement of the systems in particular “Hidden” and “Exposed” station issue. We have employed a twofold busy tone build Medium Access Control methodology to totally alleviate these problems. Reenactment results demonstrate the exactness of our proposed plan as far as higher throughput and lesser crash rate.


Wireless ad hoc networks Medium Access Control Busy tone Hidden Exposed stations 


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Arundhati Arjaria
    • 1
    Email author
  • Priyanka Dixit
    • 1
  • Shivendra Dubey
    • 2
  • Uday Chourasiya
    • 1
  1. 1.Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki VishwavidyalayaBhopalIndia
  2. 2.Sagar Institute of Research Technology & ScienceBhopalIndia

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