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2009 International Workshop on Satellite and Space Communications
In this paper we review key properties of recently proposed high performance protocols for Random Access (RA) satellite channels for both Time Division and Code Division Multiple Access (TDMA/CDMA) techniques. The proposed protocols by far outperform traditional satellite random access techniques without the need for quick feedback from the gateway. This makes possible to avoid the utilization of demand assigned capacity for the transmission of small/medium size bursts of packets. A fairdoi:10.1109/iwssc.2009.5286351 fatcat:igetd32lvza3nfhmzicqb47z2i