An Experimental Evaluation of Black Burst Transmissions
T. Kuhn, J. Irigon de Irigon
5th ACM International Workshop on Mobility Management and Wireless Access (MobiWac'2008), Chania, Crete Island, Greece, 2007
Wired networks exploit concurrent transmissions already for a long time, i.e. for bitwise arbitration, guaranteeing a deterministic medium access and therefore the absence of collisions. Black bursts, a relatively unexplored field in research, can be used to provide collision resistant, concurrent transmission in wireless ad-hoc networks, offering new possibilities for media access and time-synchronization. This paper covers the evaluation of black burst transmissions. We describe the basics of clear channel assessment that forms the base of black burst transmissions. We also present a methodology to realize dominant and recessive bits in scenarios with concurrent transmissions. Finally, we proof the applicability of black burst transmissions using data collected in real world experiments.
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