mca 16(9): e3

Research Article

Distributed Call Admission Control for DESYNC-TDMA in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

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  • @ARTICLE{10.4108/eai.3-12-2015.2262443,
        author={Bongsoo Roh and Myoung-hun Han and Mijeong Hoh and Hwi-Sung Park and Kwangsoo Kim and Byeong-hee Roh},
        title={Distributed Call Admission Control for DESYNC-TDMA in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks},
        journal={EAI Endorsed Transactions on Mobile Communications and Applications},
        volume={3},
        number={9},
        publisher={ACM},
        journal_a={MCA},
        year={2017},
        month={4},
        keywords={desynchronization, manet, tdma, call admission control},
        doi={10.4108/eai.3-12-2015.2262443}
    }
    
  • Bongsoo Roh
    Myoung-hun Han
    Mijeong Hoh
    Hwi-Sung Park
    Kwangsoo Kim
    Byeong-hee Roh
    Year: 2017
    Distributed Call Admission Control for DESYNC-TDMA in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
    MCA
    EAI
    DOI: 10.4108/eai.3-12-2015.2262443
Bongsoo Roh1,*, Myoung-hun Han1, Mijeong Hoh1, Hwi-Sung Park1, Kwangsoo Kim2, Byeong-hee Roh2
  • 1: Agency for Defense Development
  • 2: Ajou University
*Contact email: saintroh@add.re.kr

Abstract

DESYNC-TDMA is a self-organizing algorithm based on bio-inspired features used to implement a collision-free MAC. It does not require a global clock or other infrastructures, and it automatically adjusts to the number of participating nodes to ensure that the available bandwidth is always fully utilized. In DESYNC-TDMA the time slots assigned to each node are equally allocated according to the number of nodes, and its slots are allocated one over the number of nodes. It is hard to guarantee the certain level of QoS for certain types of traffic. In this paper, we propose Distributed Call Admission Control (D-CAC) for DESYNC protocol, which is able for nodes to control joining the network with distributed manner. Our scheme needs to add only small amount of bit/flag information to the fire messages of DESYNC protocol. Simulation results showed that D-CAC is able to guarantee a certain amount of allocated slots to send its traffic by control not to join the network if congested.