Near/far effects on packet radio networks with direct-sequence spread-spectrum signaling

Yu Dong Yao, Asrar U.H. Sheikh, Shi Xin Cheng

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The near/far effect on a direct-sequence spread-spectrum packet radio network is investigated. It is found that the maximum throughput of the network is decreased in the presence of near/far problems. Under high traffic conditions, however, the network with near/far problems provides higher throughput than the one without near/far problems. This suggests that the direct-sequence spread-spectrum packet radio network with near/far problems retains stability under heavy traffic conditions.

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OtherIEEE Pacific RIM Conference on Communications, Computers and Signal Processing
CityVictoria, BC, Canada
Period6/1/896/2/89

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Yao, Y. D., Sheikh, A. U. H., & Cheng, S. X. (1989). Near/far effects on packet radio networks with direct-sequence spread-spectrum signaling. 122-125. Paper presented at IEEE Pacific RIM Conference on Communications, Computers and Signal Processing, Victoria, BC, Canada, .
Yao, Yu Dong ; Sheikh, Asrar U.H. ; Cheng, Shi Xin. / Near/far effects on packet radio networks with direct-sequence spread-spectrum signaling. Paper presented at IEEE Pacific RIM Conference on Communications, Computers and Signal Processing, Victoria, BC, Canada, .4 p.
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Yao, YD, Sheikh, AUH & Cheng, SX 1989, 'Near/far effects on packet radio networks with direct-sequence spread-spectrum signaling' Paper presented at IEEE Pacific RIM Conference on Communications, Computers and Signal Processing, Victoria, BC, Canada, 6/1/89 - 6/2/89, pp. 122-125.

Near/far effects on packet radio networks with direct-sequence spread-spectrum signaling. / Yao, Yu Dong; Sheikh, Asrar U.H.; Cheng, Shi Xin.

1989. 122-125 Paper presented at IEEE Pacific RIM Conference on Communications, Computers and Signal Processing, Victoria, BC, Canada, .

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