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Improvement of the Link Reliability for Ship Ad-Hoc Network by Employing Multiple Antennas
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 Title & Authors
Improvement of the Link Reliability for Ship Ad-Hoc Network by Employing Multiple Antennas
Su, Xin; Hui, Bing; Chang, KyungHi; Kim, SeungGeun;
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 Abstract
For the purpose of providing high data rate real-time services, radio transmission technologies (RTT) for ship ad-hoc network (SANET) based on the Recommendation ITU-R 1842-1 are designed. Physical layer parameters of SANET are contrived to meet the requirements of the specification. In order to improve the link reliability for SANET, in this paper, we investigate the performance of the SANET with the multiple antennas, where receive combining (RC), transmit diversity (TD), and beamforming (BF) are employed, respectively. Based on the analysis of the packet error rate (PER) under the highly correlated maritime wireless channel model, we select the efficient multiple antenna schemes for SANET to improve the link reliability. In addition, the optimal MCS levels for the single-carrier (SC) SANET with the bandwidth of 25 kHz, and the multi-carrier (MC) SANET with the bandwidth of 50 kHz and 100 kHz are finalized.
 Keywords
SANET;Receive combining;Transmit diversity;Beamforming;MIMO;
 Language
English
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