US Patent No. 10,085,243

WIRELESS COMMUNICATION METHOD AND WIRELESS COMMUNICATION TERMINAL


Patent No. 10,085,243
Issue Date September 25, 2018
Title Wireless Communication Method And Wireless Communication Terminal
Inventorship Yongho Kim, Incheon (KR)
Juhyung Son, Gyeonggi-do (KR)
Jinsam Kwak, Gyeonggi-do (KR)
Assignee Wilus Institute Of Standards And Technology Inc., Seoul (KR)

Claim of US Patent No. 10,085,243

1. A wireless communication terminal comprising:a transceiver; and
a processor,
wherein the processor receives, through the transceiver, a first control frame which reserves a channel for a transmission between a transmission terminal and a first plurality of wireless communication terminals and includes information on each of channels respectively allocated to each of the first plurality of wireless communication terminals, from the transmission terminal,
transmits, by using the transceiver, a second control frame in response to the first control frame through a channel allocated to the wireless communication terminal which is indicated by the information to the transmission terminal when at least one of terminal identifier fields included in the first control frame indicates the wireless communication terminal, wherein a receiver address of the first control frame is a group address which indicates a second plurality of wireless communication terminals including the first plurality of wireless communication terminals, wherein the terminal identifier fields include a plurality of association identifiers, wherein each of the plurality of association identifiers respectively identifies the each of the first plurality of wireless communication terminals, and
receives, through the transceiver, a data frame which is transmitted based on the second control frame, from the transmission terminal,
wherein the first control frame includes a duration field which is used for setting a network allocation vector for the transmission between the transmission terminal and the first plurality of wireless communication terminals.