Dynamic channel allocation
Kaminsky, Andrew D.
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Dynamic Channel Allocation (DCA) offers the possibility of capturing unused channel capacity by allocating unused resources between competing network nodes. This can reduce or possibly eliminate channels sitting idle while information awaits transmission. This holds potential for increasing throughput on bandwidth constrained networks. The purpose of this thesis is to examine the techniques used to allocate channels on demand and access such methods ability to maximize throughput. This thesis will also explore potential benefits to be gained by DCA through the use of computer simulation.
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