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Channel Coding-Aided Multi-Hop Transmission for Throughput Enhancement
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  • Journal title : International Journal of Contents
  • Volume 12, Issue 1,  2016, pp.65-69
  • Publisher : The Korea Contents Association
  • DOI : 10.5392/IJoC.2016.12.1.065
 Title & Authors
Channel Coding-Aided Multi-Hop Transmission for Throughput Enhancement
Hwang, Inchul; Wang, Hanho;
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 Abstract
Wireless communication chipsets have fixed transmission rate and communication distance. Although there are many kinds of chipsets with throughput and distance purpose, they cannot support various types of wireless applications. This paper provides theoretic research results in order to support various wireless applications requiring different throughput, delayed quality-of-service (QoS), and different communication distances by using a wireless communication chipset with fixed rate and transmission power. As a performance metric, the probability for a data frame that successfully receives at a desired receiver is adopted. Based on this probability, the average number of transmission in order to make a successful frame transmission is derived. Equations are utilized to analyze the performance of a single-hop with channel coding and a dual-hop without error correction matter transmission system. Our results revealed that single-hop transmission assisted by channel coding could extend its communication distance. However, communication range extending effect of the single-hop system was limited. Accordingly, dual-hop transmission is needed to overcome the communication distance limit of a chipset.
 Keywords
Dual-hop system;Throughput Analysis;
 Language
English
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