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Detection Of Misbehavior at Mac Layer in Wireless Networks
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Author(s)
MR.OMKAR NATH TIWARY
KEYWORDS
—MAC-misbehaviour, RTS re-transmission rate, throughput, back off value
ABSTRACT
The IEEE 802.11 CSMA/CA protocol is most commonly used MAC protocol for wireless network. This protocol is used to access the media. But IEEE 802.11 works properly only if all the stations obey the MAC protocol. Some node can substantially increase his share of bandwidth by slightly changing the parameters of MAC protocol, in order to increase their throughput. This cause throughput degradation of all well behaved node. In this paper, we proposed the detection scheme for such misbehavior at MAC layer in wireless networks.
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