Kalantarisabet, B and Mitchell, JE (2006) MAC constraints on the distribution of 802.11 using optical fibre. In: 2006 EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES. (pp. 238 - 240). IEEE
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This paper explores the MAC-protocol performance of an IEEE 802.11 Network that deploys Radio over Fibre technology to distribute radio frequency signals from a central location to remote antenna sites for nomadic users. Our analysis is based on the current DCF access scheme specifications using both the Basic access method and the RTS/CTS access mechanism. The theoretical results show that the length of the fibre is constricted to a maximum limit in a standard system. However, with minimal changes to the parameters of IEEE 802.11 standard, this limit can be expanded.
|Title:||MAC constraints on the distribution of 802.11 using optical fibre|
|Event:||European Conference on Wireless Technologies|
|Dates:||2006-09-10 - 2006-09-12|
|Keywords:||IEEE 802.11, MAC protocol, performance evaluation, radio over fibre, WLAN|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Engineering Science Faculty Office|
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