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Impact of medium access control (MAC) on throughput of IEEE 802.11-based multi-hop wireless networks is not completely understood despite numerous research efforts. Researchers have explored the MAC interaction of two-flow topologies in order to better understand the MAC behavior of nodes in generic multi-hop wireless network. Prior research has considered two flow interactions under the assumption of same transmission and carrier sensing range. This research extends and completes the existing body of work by relaxing the assumption of same transmission and carrier sensing range to realize more practical and realistic two-flow topologies. Twenty-five unique possible two-flow topologies can exist in general multi-hop wireless networks. The topologies have been classified into six categories based on MAC layer behavior and per flow throughput. Closed-form expressions for occurrence probabilities of the identified categories have been derived with particular observation that carrier sensing range-based categories have high occurrence probability and cannot be ignored. MAC behavior of each category is discussed. It is observed that different transmission and carrier sensing ranges significantly affect the MAC behavior and the throughput of flows. Based on the behavior, exact throughput of the two single hop flows is analytically computed. The results achieved through analysis have been compared with the simulated results to verify the accuracy of analysis. This research will serve as basis for MAC behavior analysis of generic multi-hop wireless networks.
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