Opportunistic large arrays. Scaglione, A. and Hong, Y. In IEEE International Symposium on Advances in Wireless Communications, September, 2002.
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In this paper, we introduce a new scheme that allows transmission from a set of asynchronous transmitters to a remote destination which, otherwise, would not be ca- pable to forward the data individually. In our scheme the small devices form an Opportunistic Large Array (OLA) by reacting to the signal sent by a special node in the network, called the leader. The problem solution provides as a by- product a communication technique for the network itself, based on a unique physical layer design where the signals are broadcasted to the other nodes without contending for the channel.
@InProceedings{ 5883,
	title = "Opportunistic large arrays",
	booktitle = "IEEE International Symposium on Advances in Wireless Communications",
	author = "Anna Scaglione and Yao-Win Hong",
	location = "Victoria, BC, Canada",
	month = "September",
	year = "2002",
	abstract = "In this paper, we introduce a new scheme that allows transmission from a set of asynchronous transmitters to a remote destination which, otherwise, would not be ca- pable to forward the data individually. In our scheme the small devices form an Opportunistic Large Array (OLA) by reacting to the signal sent by a special node in the network, called the leader. The problem solution provides as a by- product a communication technique for the network itself, based on a unique physical layer design where the signals are broadcasted to the other nodes without contending for the channel. ",
	localfile = "/home/stephan/Daten/Arbeit/Paper\_Tutorials/Paper/020101\_5883\_OpportunisticLargeArrays.pdf",
	Bemerkung: = "OLA: reaction on received signal: Retransmission and thereby flooding the network with message."
}
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