Wireless Token Ring Protocol by Duke Lee

Wireless Token Ring Protocol by. Duke Lee. B. S. University of California at Berkeley. A thesis submitted in partial satisfaction of the. Master of Science. The Wireless Token Ring Protocol (WTRP) is a medium access control protocol for wireless networks in Intelligent Transportation Systems.

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Wireless Token Ring Protocol by Duke Lee
Introduction
Related Works …
Application …
Wireless Environment …
Overall System Architecture
Medium Access Control
Channel Allocator
The Description of the Protocol
Definitions
Observations
Protocol Overview
Specification of the Protocol
Timers
Frame Formats
Frame Control Field
Sequence Control
Address Fields
Invalid Frame
Enumeration of Frame Types
Implementation
Linux Kernel Driver
Implementation of the Interface between Kernel and User Module
Implementation of the User Module
Kernel Process
Memory Space
User-space Device Driver
Kernel Modules
Viability of Real Time Processes in Linux
Actual Implementation
Sending Messages
Receiving the Token
Packet Transmission
Sending a Signal to the User Process
Mac Macro State (Figure 4.3)
Offring Micro State (Figure 4.4)
Claim Token Micro State (Figure 4.5)
Enter Micro State (Figure 4.6)
Inring Micro State (Figure 4.7)
Have Token Micro State (Figure 4.8)
Pass Token Micro State (Figure 4.9)
4.3.10 Physical Sender (Figure 4.12)
4.3.11 IP Receiver (Figure 4.13)
4.3.12 IP Sender (Figure 4.14)
Close Ring Micro State (Figure 4.10)
Physical Receiver (Figure 4.11)
Proof of Token Ring Protocol
Summary
Model
Proof
Conclusion
Constants
Graph
Token
Station
Network
Assumptions
Performance
Affective Bandwidth
Observed Bandwidth
Bound on Latency
Fairness
Clock Resolution
Responsiveness
Randomness of the Rotation Time
Responsiveness
Variance
Comparison with the IEEE802.11 in DCF mode
Performance Comparison
Topological Comparison
Working Together with Centralized Approach
Conclusion

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