Three protocols based on the slotted Aloha technique are proposed for very high-speed optical fiber local area networks using wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) passive star topology and the throughputs and delays are derived. For getting a high probability in successful transmission of control packets determining the transmission of a data packet, we adopt control mini slot groups in these protocols. The retransmission probability is also considered in analysis. Both throughput and delay of three protocols are compared and analyzed by varying the number of control solt groups, the retransmission probability the length of a data packet and the number of channels. The numerical analysis shows that the proposed protocols adopted the control slot groups give the increase of throughput and the decrease of delay.
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