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1 List three categories of multiple access protocols discussed in this chapter 2 Define random access and list three protocols in this category
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3 Define controlled access and list three protocols in this category 4 Define channelization and list three protocols in this category 5 Explain why collision is an issue in a random access protocol but not in controlled access or channelizing protocols 6 Compare and contrast a random access protocol with a controlled access protocol 7 Compare and contrast a random access protocol with a channelizing protocol 8 Compare and contrast a controlled access protocol with a channelizing protocol 9 Do we need a multiple access protocol when we use the 1ocalloop of the telephone company to access the Internet Why 10 Do we need a multiple access protocol when we use one CATV channel to access the Internet Why
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11 We have a pure ALOHA network with 100 stations If Tfr = 1 }is, what is the number of frames/s each station can send to achieve the maximum efficiency 12 Repeat Exercise 11 for slotted ALOHA 13 One hundred stations on a pure ALOHA network share a l-Mbps channel If frames are 1000 bits long, find the throughput if each station is sending 10 frames per second
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22 Prove the third and fourth orthogonal properties of Walsh chips for W4 recreated in Exercise 20 23 Repeat the scenario depicted in Figures 1227 to 1228 if both stations 1 and 3 are silent 24 A network with one primary and four secondary stations uses polling The size of a data frame is 1000 bytes The size of the poll, ACK, and NAK frames are 32 bytes each Each station has 5 frames to send How many total bytes are exchanged if there is no limitation on the number of frames a station can send in response to a poll 25 Repeat Exercise 24 if each station can send only one frame in response to a poll
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