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MUI robustness provided by the processing gain of UWB. The proposed protocol also takes into account synchronization requirements. (UWB)2 is a multichannel MAC protocol. Multichannel access protocols have been widely investigated in the past, since the adoption of multiple channels may signi cantly increase the achievable throughput [8]. In multichannel protocols the overall available resource is partitioned into a nite number of elements. Each element of the resource partition corresponds to a channel. According to the de nition of resource, a channel can therefore correspond to: 1. A time slot, as in TDMA; 2. A frequency band, as in FDMA; 3. A code, as in CDMA. The design of an UWB MAC may adopt any of the above solutions. As described in Section 14.2, the IEEE 802.15.4 standard for example proposes a mixed TDMA/ CSMA-CA MAC for low-data-rate networks [2]. TH-IR UWB, however, provides a straightforward partition of the resource in channels, each channel being associated with a TH code. The design of a multichannel CDMA MAC protocol forms, therefore, the natural basis for the design of a MAC in TH-IR UWB. Multichannel CDMA MAC algorithms, commonly referred to as multicode, have been intensively investigated for DS-CDMA networks. Among all we cite random CDMA access [9], and, more recently, multicode spread slotted aloha [10]. Note, however, that although in recent years most of the research efforts were focused on DS-CDMA, frequency hopping (FH) CDMA and TH-CDMA also provide viable solutions. The performance of multicode MAC protocols is limited by two factors: 1. MUI, caused by the contemporary transmission of different packets from different users on different codes; 2. Collisions on the code, caused by the selection of the same code by two different transmitters within radio coverage. Robustness of the system to MUI is determined by the cross correlation properties of the codes; the lower the cross correlation between different codes, the higher the number of possible simultaneous transmissions. The effect of code collisions can be mitigated by adopting appropriate code selection protocols. The task of assigning codes to different transmitters in the same coverage area is a challenging issue in the design of distributed networks. Within this framework, Sousa and Silvester [8] provided a thorough overview of possible code assignment solutions: 1. Common Code all terminals share the same code, relying on phase shifts between different links for avoiding code collisions. 2. Receiver Code each terminal has a unique code for receiving, and the transmitter tunes on the code of the intended receiver for transmitting a packet.
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[1] Gregory Tassey, The Economic Impacts of Inadequate Infrastructure for Software Testing. National Institutes of Standards and Technology, May 2002. [2] ibid. [3] G. J. Meyers, The Art of Software Testing, John Wiley & Sons, 1976. [4] B. Beizer, Software Testing Techniques. Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1990. [5] Cem Kaner, Jack Falk, Hung Quoc Nguyen, Testing Computer Software, 2nd edition. International Thompson Computer Press, 1993 (ISBN 1-85032847-1). [6] James A. Whittaker, How to Break Software: A Practical Guide for Testing. Addison-Wesley, 2003 (ISBN 0-201-79619-8). [7] Cem Kaner, James Bach, Bret Pettichord, Lessons Learned in Software Testing. Wiley Computer Publishing, 2002, 286 pp. (ISBN 0471-08112-4). [8] James Schafter, All Corvettes Are Red. Simon & Schuster, 1996, 384 pp. (ISBN 0-684-80854-4. Academic permission granted to copy excerpts from the following pages for class: pages 243, 246, 254, 287, 295 296, 297). [9] Elsa Walsh, Court secrecy masks safety issue. The Washington Post, 1988, A1.
Test this script! Just enter some command name: GetDrive, for example. Immediately, the script opens a dialog window and displays the calling syntax. It also tells you which object file contains the command: for example, scrrun.dll. Even the name of the internal object that supplies this command is provided: in this case, FileSystemObject (see Figure 3-9). This script is not limited to external objects. It also queries the files vbscript.dll and wscript.exe, so you can also search for intrinsic VBScript commands like MsgBox and InputBox or commands provided by the scripting host like Sleep (WSH 2.0 only).
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