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Network-level Cooperation in Random Access IoT Networks with Aggregators

by   Nikolaos Pappas, et al.
Linköping University
University of Patras

In this work, we consider a random access IoT wireless network assisted by two aggregators. The nodes and the aggregators are transmitting in a random access manner under slotted time, the aggregators use network-level cooperation. We assume that all the nodes are sharing the same wireless channel to transmit their data to a common destination. The aggregators with out-of-band full duplex capability, are equipped with queues to store data packets that are transmitted by the network nodes and relaying them to the destination node. We characterize the throughput performance of the IoT network. In addition, we obtain the stability conditions for the queues at the aggregators and the average delay of the packets.


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