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Title: Novel radio resource management for high density chaotic wireless LANs
Authors: Manitpornsut, S. 
Keywords: Clustering Algorithm;Performance;Wireless LAN Channel Assignment
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
Source: S. Manitpornsut (2011) Novel radio resource management for high density chaotic wireless LANs., 40-45.
Conference: Proceedings of the 2011 8th International Joint Conference on Computer Science and Software Engineering, JCSSE 2011 
Abstract: limited number of nonoverlapping channels. In order to mitigate the interference problem, channel assignment algorithms have been a popular research topic in recent years. It has been shown that such algorithms can greatly reduce the interference among wireless access points. However, in this paper we present our findings that traditional channel assignment algorithm can introduce a high hidden node index in high network density, thus greatly reducing the WLAN performance. We show that careful consideration needs to be taken when assigning channels using such algorithms. In addition, we propose a novel algorithm, called Cluster Channel Assignment (CCA), which is presented in the form of a state diagram. From our simulation results, we show that CCA can outperform traditional channel assignment in densely deployed scenarios, and is therefore a betteralternative in such settings.
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