PROBABILISTIC CHARACTERISTICS OF WIRELESS NETWORKS WITH INFRASTRUCTURE TOPOLOGY
Based on the analysis of the operation of networks IEEE 802.11 DCF, a function is proposed for determining the probability of frame transmission to a central node depending on the number of stations operating in saturation mode. The probabilities of collisions are calculated. Using a polynomial approximations an expression is obtained for the network throughput, which explicitly depends on the number of the simultaneously operating stations.
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