CAP - Controlled Access Phase

This is a term used in IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) 802.11 networks which are supporting the QoS (Quality of Service) enhancements originally defined in the 802.11e standard. The Controlled Access Phase defines a period of time in which the network is supporting the controlled channel access technique HCCA (Hybrid Controlled Channel Access).

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