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Distinctive Transmissions in Wireless Networks Using Markovian Queuing Theory Based Approach with Blocking Probability

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In this research two protocols are being proposed for analysing the utilization and blocking probability of each station to the access point. The first protocol is based on Markovian Queuing based Single channel Single Access Point protocol with Blocking Probability (MQSSABP) where the stations are associated with a single access point. The calculations are being done based on M/M/1/N based queuing model. It is necessary to avoid long block off time to measure the value of blocking probability. The measure of utilization and throughput has also been obtained in the work. The second protocol proposed is Markovian Queuing based Single channel Multi Access Point protocol with Blocking Probability (MQSMABP) where the stations may associate with various access points. The calculation has been done based on M/M/c/N based queuing model and the measure of utilization and throughput has been obtained. The performance of the protocols has been measured both numerically and through simulations.
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Keywords: MQSMABP; MQSSABP; QUEUING THEORY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2017

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