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Channel Resource Allocation Scheme Provided for Fair QoS in ECMA-392-Based Ship Area Networks
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 Title & Authors
Channel Resource Allocation Scheme Provided for Fair QoS in ECMA-392-Based Ship Area Networks
Lee, Seung Beom; Back, Jong Sang; Park, Soonyoung; Lee, Seong Ro;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we use the ECMA-392 standard, the first cognitive radio networks to meet the demand for IT services in the ship. First, we learn about ECMA-392-based network and examine the consideration and the problems for assigning channels to the device. And, we propose a fair channel resource allocation to ensure efficiently channel required by device groups in ECMA-392 MAC protocol. This is a method to reallocate the channels fairly with considering the channel assignment parameters to a new device group and existing device groups. The simulation results show that the proposed scheme improves throughputs compared to the existing one.
 Keywords
ECMA-392;Ship Area Network;Cognitive Radio;Fair QoS;
 Language
Korean
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