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RCS, IN, NV
(Joint)
2021-05-27
10:55
Online Online A Study on the Effect of MU-RTS/CTS for Multu-User Hidden Nodes to Throughput in IEEE 802.11ax Dense Environments
Daiki Murayama, Leonardo Lanante, Hiroshi Ochi (KIT) RCS2021-17
In recent years, the number of wireless LAN terminals, such as smartphones, has been increasing rapidly.Due to the incre... [more] RCS2021-17
pp.7-12
MIKA
(3rd)
2020-10-08
15:10
Niigata
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Dual-CTS: Evaluation of Spatial Reuse Method for Heterogeneous Wireless System
Suguru Kameda, Kento Ono (Tohoku Univ.), Akimoto Kohei (Akita Prefectual Univ.), Noriharu Suematsu (Tohoku Univ.)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
RCS 2020-04-23
- 2020-04-24
Online Online Throughput Evaluation of Dual-CTS Method for Spatial Reuse in Heterogeneous IoT Systems
Kento Ono (Tohoku Univ.), Kohei akimoto (Akita Prefectural Univ.), Suguru Kameda, Noriharu Suematsu (Tohoku Univ.) RCS2020-6
A heterogeneous wireless IoT system is assumed to be used where several wireless subsystems with different standards usi... [more] RCS2020-6
pp.31-36
SR 2019-11-05
10:50
Overseas Rutgers University Inn & Conference Center, NJ, USA [Poster Presentation] Evaluation of Dual-CTS Method for Spatial Reuse in Heterogeneous Wireless IoT System
Kento Ono (Tohoku Univ.), Kohei Akimoto (Akita Prefectural Univ.), Suguru Kameda, Noriharu Suematsu (Tohoku Univ.) SR2019-78
It is a serious problem to decrease system throughput due to interference in an environment where a number of IoT (Inter... [more] SR2019-78
pp.39-40
CQ 2019-08-28
10:35
Hokkaido Hakodate arena Dual-CTS: Spatial Reuse Method for Heterogeneous Wireless System
Ono Kento (Tohoku Univ.), Akimoto Kohei (Akita Prefectual Univ.), Kameda Suguru, Suematsu noriharu (Tohoku Univ.) CQ2019-77
Interference among heterogeneous wireless systems is a serious problem in a closed place such as a factory. So far, seve... [more] CQ2019-77
pp.101-106
IN, NS
(Joint)
2019-03-04
11:10
Okinawa Okinawa Convention Center Performance Evaluation of Wireless Multihop Transmissions along Hop-by-hop Shortening Route with Transmission Power Control
Satoshi Suda, Hiroaki Higaki (Tokyo Denki Univ.) IN2018-104
In data message transmissions in wireless multihop networks, intra-route collisions of data messages and control message... [more] IN2018-104
pp.121-126
IN, NS
(Joint)
2019-03-04
10:50
Okinawa Okinawa Convention Center Experimental Evaluation on Effectiveness of IEEE802.11ac Channel Bonding in Competitive Environment
Kazuki Fujii, Hitomi Tamura (FIT), Daiki Nobayashi, Kazuya Tsukamoto (Kyutech) NS2018-207
Channel bonding technology, which bundles multiple adjacent channels, is one of the promising way for improving throughp... [more] NS2018-207
pp.81-86
SR 2018-10-30
10:30
Overseas Mandarin Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand [Poster Presentation] Experimental Investigation of Static Channel Bonding Performance in Competitive Environment -- Impact of Different MAC Procedures in 802.11ac --
Kazuki Fujii, Hitomi Tamura (FIT), Daiki Nobayashi, Kazuya Tsukamoto (Kyutech) SR2018-58
Channel bonding technology, which bundles multiple adjacent channels for frame transmission, is one of the promising way... [more] SR2018-58
pp.1-2
MoNA 2018-08-02
13:40
Hokkaido Otaru Citizen Center Power Controlled RTS/CTS and Adjustment of Transmission Interval for Collision Avoidance in Hop-by-Hop Shortening Wireless Multihop Transmission Route
Satoshi Suda, Hiroaki Higaki (Tokyo Denki Univ.) MoNA2018-6
In data message transmissions in wireless multihop networks, intra-route collisions of data messages and control message... [more] MoNA2018-6
pp.1-6
ASN, NS, RCS, SR, RCC
(Joint)
2018-07-13
14:50
Hokkaido Hakodate Arena High Performance Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks with Network Coding Communication based on Collision Detection of Control Messages
Yusuke Aoi, Hiroaki Higaki (Tokyo Denki Univ.) RCC2018-56 NS2018-80 RCS2018-125 SR2018-56 ASN2018-50
In some wireless network applications using bidirectional wireless multihop transmissions of sequences of data messages,... [more] RCC2018-56 NS2018-80 RCS2018-125 SR2018-56 ASN2018-50
pp.143-148(RCC), pp.217-222(NS), pp.225-230(RCS), pp.171-176(SR), pp.159-164(ASN)
RCS 2018-04-23
10:20
Yamaguchi Hotel New Tanaka, Yuda Onsen A reserch on RTS/CTS performance of IEEE802.11ah
Satoya Yoshida, Tran Thi Hong, Yasuhiko Nakashima (NAIST) RCS2018-3
To reduce power consumption of IEEE802.11ah,We investigated the relationship between the RTS/CTS and power consumption.
... [more]
RCS2018-3
pp.13-17
NS 2018-04-19
13:00
Fukuoka Fukuoka Univ. [Encouragement Talk] Experimental Investigation of Effectiveness of Static Channel Bonding in Contention Environment with Other Wireless LAN
Kazuki Fujii, Hitomi Tamura (FIT), Daiki Nobayashi, Kazuya Tsukamoto (Kyutech) NS2018-1
Channel bonding technology, which bundles multiple adjacent channels, is one of the promising way for improving throughp... [more] NS2018-1
pp.1-6
CQ 2018-01-19
14:50
Tokyo NII A method of sending out RTS/CTS frames with better timing on WLANs
Yutaka Shimamura, Hiroshi Inai (Okayama Pref Univ) CQ2017-99
In order to avoid data frame collisions due to the hidden terminals, the wireless LANs practically use a method under wh... [more] CQ2017-99
pp.81-85
CCS 2016-08-10
14:00
Hokkaido Yoichi Chuo kominkan End-to-End Throughput and Delay Analysis for RTS/CTS-used Wireless Multihop Networks
Kouhei Hayashida (Chiba Univ.), Kosuke Sanada (Mie Univ.), Nobuyoshi Komuro, Hiroo Sekiya (Chiba Univ.) CCS2016-28
Request to Send/Clear to Send (RTS/CTS) is effective for frame collisions caused by hidden terminals in the wireless mul... [more] CCS2016-28
pp.63-68
NS, RCS
(Joint)
2015-12-18
10:00
Ehime Matsuyama Community Center Power Saving Method of Wireless Stations based on Adaptive Control of Bidirectional Burst Transmission
Kohei Omori, Yosuke Tanigawa, Hideki Tode (Osaka Prefecture Univ.) NS2015-142
Recently, usage of WLAN (Wireless LAN) by mobile devices is spreading rapidly.
However, these mobile devices consume la... [more]
NS2015-142
pp.89-94
CQ 2015-09-02
13:00
Kyoto Kyoto Institute of Technology A Study of CW Optimization in IEEE 802.11 DCF Network Coding
Daisuke Umehara (Kyoto Inst. of Tech.), Hidekazu Murata (Kyoto Univ.), Satoshi Denno (Okayama Univ.) CQ2015-64
Network coding will be effective to enhance the bidirectional throughput for single-relay multi-user wireless networks e... [more] CQ2015-64
pp.143-148
RCC, ASN, RCS, NS, SR
(Joint)
2015-07-31
14:00
Nagano JA Naganoken Bldg. Power Saving Method of Wireless Stations based on Adaptive Control of Burst Transmission and NAV Duration
Kohei Omori, Yosuke Tanigawa, Hideki Tode (Osaka Prefecture Univ.) NS2015-63
Recently, the usage of WLAN (Wireless LAN) by mobile devices, such as smart phones and tablet computers, is spreading.
... [more]
NS2015-63
pp.153-158
RCS, SR, SRW
(Joint)
2015-03-05
09:55
Tokyo Tokyo Institute of Technology Novel Coexistence Scheme between WLAN and RoF-based WLAN
Kaito Funabiki, Takayuki Nishio, Masahiro Morikura, Koji Yamamoto (Kyoto Univ.), Daisuke Murayama, Takatoshi Sugiyama (NTT) SRW2014-50
To facilitate management of a wireless local area network (WLAN) system, the WLAN system with radio-over-fiber (RoF) is ... [more] SRW2014-50
pp.19-24
NS, IN
(Joint)
2014-03-07
13:00
Miyazaki Miyazaki Seagia QoS Improvement Scheme using Adaptive Back-off Control for Directional Antenna-used Wireless Multi-hop Networks
Yuki Kaizu, Shiro Sakata, Nobuyoshi Komuro (Chiba Univ.) IN2013-200
This paper proposes a new MAC protocol with directional antenna for controlling QoS and improving network capacity. In t... [more] IN2013-200
pp.331-336
RCS, SR, SRW
(Joint)
2013-02-27
16:00
Tokyo Waseda Univ. Throughput improvement of Wireless LAN system with RoF employing AP control
Yusei Okamoto, Yuki Sangenya, Masahiro Morikura, Koji Yamamoto (Kyoto Univ.), Fusao Nuno, Takatoshi Sugiyama (NTT) RCS2012-300
To realize a wireless cloud system, a wireless local area network (WLAN) system with Radio over Fiber (RoF) is one of th... [more] RCS2012-300
pp.97-102
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