CDMA implementation for many-to-many cooperation in mobile ad hoc networks
We describe a collaboration-driven approach to the sharing of the available bandwidth in wireless ad hoc networks, which we call many-to-many cooperation, that allows concurrent many-to-many communication. This scheme is based on the integration of multi-user detection and position-location information with frequency and code division in mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs). Transmissions are divided in frequency and codes according to nodal locations, and successive interference cancellation (SIC) is used at receivers to allow them to decode and use all transmissions from strong interfering sources. Many-to-many cooperation allows multi-copy relaying of the same packet, which reduces the packet delivery delay compared to single-copy relaying without any penalty in capacity.
de Moraes, R. M.; Sadjadpour, H.; Garcia-Luna-Aceves, J. J. CDMA implementation for many-to-many cooperation in mobile ad hoc networks. Proc. 25th Brazilian Symposium on Computer Networks and Distributed Systems; 2007 May 28- June 1; Belem; Brazil.