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h this paper, we propose a dynam~c polling-based multiple access protocol for wireless networks. The time of the radio channel between the user terminals and the network base station is divided into a sequence of h e d length frames. Each frame is subdivided into a variable length registration cycle and an information cycle. For active user identification in the registmtion cycle, an adaptive polling scheme, requiring a small bandwidth and a little centralized control fi-om the base station isdoi:10.1109/pimrc.1998.731352 dblp:conf/pimrc/AlwakeelA98 fatcat:o7auzbnnl5eenbrxvm4tcgfczq