SIMULATION OF MULTI-CHANNEL MCMAC PROTOCOL

    Many multi-channel wireless MAC protocols have been proposed to increase the throughput of ad hoc networks. These protocols exploit the availability of multiple disjoint channels (i.e., frequency bands) and the ability of modern radios to switch channels quickly. Using a multi-channel MAC protocol, different devices can transmit in parallel on distinct channels. The parallelism increases throughput and can potentially reduce delay as well, provided channel access time is not excessive. This project proposed parallel rendezvous protocol, McMAC for wireless networks. McMAC protocol to avoid control channel congestion so that it can scale to use many channels efficiently.
    Two different network scenarios in order to study McMAC under different assumptions of available channels, link speed, and number of nodes. These two simulation scenarios are called circuit model 802.11 and discret model 802.11. We developed a simulation in Matlab to study and validate the McMAC protocol.    

Reference Paper-1: McMAC: A Parallel Rendezvous Multi-Channel MAC Protocol
Author’s Name: Hoi-Sheung Wilson So, Jean Walrand and Jeonghoon Mo
Source: IEEE
Year:2007
Reference Paper-2: Comparison of Multi-Channel MAC Protocols
Author’s Name: Hoi-Sheung Wilson So, Jean Walrand and Jeonghoon Mo
Source: IEEE
Year:2007

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