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Slotted ALOHA:

• Slotted ALOHA is a simple random access protocol

• In Slotted ALOHA, the size of each frame should be exactly L bits.

• The time is divided into slots of fixed size. The size of each slot is L/R seconds.

• Nodes must transmit the frames only at the beginning of slot. Thus, all the nodes are synchronized so that each node knows the beginning of the slot.

• When two or more number of nodes collides in the same slot, then all the nodes detect the collision before ending of the slot.


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