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Old 01-20-2012, 05:27 PM   #1
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Unhappy How to incorporate Contention free period and contention period together in 802.11e?


Hello friends,

I am working on 802.11e and I use HCCA patch from this site http://cng1.iet.unipi.it/wiki/index.php/Ns2hcca
To my knowledge it supports only the contention free period (CFP) but not contention period (EDCA/DCF).

I have to incorporate EDCA and work together, so that CFP and CP can cycle alternatively. I have been looking for the materials since long time, still i couldn't find a path. It would be a great help if any of you guys aware about it. Kindly shed some light on this.

Your suggestions are most welcome!
Thanks in advance
 
  


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