Table 2: Comparison according to CH requirements: Yes, Yes/No, No, — (Not elaborated), Yes (all) means RDV on all channels; CHC requirements: (1st) RDV guarantee on at least one channel; (2nd) RDV guarantee on multiple channels; (3rd) TTR small and bounded; (4th) No synchronization/coordination; (5th) No global or neighborhood information; (6th) Symmetric and asymmetric channels.

Scheme/Req. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th Simplicity

[6]: M-QCH ( 09) Yes Yes Yes No Yes No Yes No
[43]: A-MOCH ( 11) Yes Yes (all) Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes
[63]: optimal ACH ( 11) Yes Yes (all) Yes Yes Yes No Yes/No Yes
[7]: DSMMAC ( 11) Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes/No No
[5]: QRCH ( 10) Yes No Yes Yes No Yes Yes/No
[60]: CQM ( 09) Yes/No No No No Yes No
[58]: RW ( 10) Yes Yes/No Yes No Yes Yes No
[41]: MC ( 10) Yes/No Yes/No Yes No Yes/No Yes No
[59]: JS ( 11) Yes Yes/No Yes Yes Yes Yes No
[65]: Hsien ( 11) Yes Yes/No Yes Yes Yes No Yes/No No
[14]: gQ-RDV:cA/nCA ( 11) Yes/No Yes/No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes/No Yes
This work MtQS-DSrdv ( 12) Yes Yes (all) Yes Yes Yes Yes/No Yes/No