Sharing Channel In IEEE 802.16 Using The Cooperative Model Of Slotted ALOHA

International Journal of Computer Organization Trends  (IJCOT)          
© 2013 by IJCOT Journal
Volume-3 Issue-5                           
Year of Publication : 2013
Authors : Abdellah Zaaloul , Mohamed Ben El Aattar , Mohamed Hanini , Abdelkrim Haqiq , Mohammed Boulmalaf


Abdellah Zaaloul , Mohamed Ben El Aattar , Mohamed Hanini , Abdelkrim Haqiq , Mohammed Boulmalaf . "Sharing Channel In IEEE 802.16 Using The Cooperative Model Of Slotted ALOHA" . International Journal of Computer organization Trend s (IJCOT), V3(5):43-47 Sep - Oct 2013, ISSN 2249-2593, Published by Seventh Sense Research Group.

Abstract—One of the main problems in WIMAX is to share the medium by multiple users who compete for access. Various random access mechanisms, such as ALOHA and its corresponding variations have been widely studied as efficient methods to coordinate the medium access among competing users. In this paper the slotted ALOHA protocol is implemented as a two-state system. Using Markov Models, we evaluate the channel utilization and we analyze the throughput under different fairness conditions. The cooperative team problem is considered.


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Keywords—slotted ALOHA, Markov process, Mac protocol and cooperative game.