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A distributed control scheme in multi-hop packet radio networks for voice/data traffic support


The paper presents a self-organizing, multihop packet radio network architecture for multimedia. This architecture relies on the code division access scheme. Nodes are organized into subsets called clusters. Within a cluster, any two nodes are one hop away from each other. All links in a cluster are assigned a common spread-spectrum code. Channel access in a cluster is implemented using a round robin scheme for data traffic and a piggyback scheme with bandwidth reservation for real time traffic. At call setup time, this architecture constructs virtual circuits and allocates bandwidth to each real time session. This multicluster architecture provides a good spatial reuse of the bandwidth. Since none of the nodes need to keep accurate common time, it eliminates the overhead of a global clock or time synchronization mechanism

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ICC, Seattle, WA , USA, June. 1995


Lin, C-h.R
Mario Gerla